Assistive Technology Coordinator
Amy Cline is the Assistive Technology (AT) Coordinator here at CILNCP. In this role, Amy fits people with the right piece of AT by providing access, demonstrations, and training. Amy is currently working towards becoming an Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) through the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA).
She started working at the CIL in 2014 as community support in the Adult Autism Waiver department since then has moved into the role she holds now in 2016.
Amy also helps provide the vision of the CIL by being a part of the marketing team and overseeing community outreach projects. She has worked tirelessly at branding our name and making sure outside entities are aware of the CILs tireless efforts in bringing access and inclusion to all persons with disabilities both visible and not.
Amy has 14 years of consumer management experience. With this background, she is able to bring a new perspective to the CIL and the consumers we serve. As she works on becoming an Assistive Technology Professional through RESNA, she is strengthening her skills and knowledge in the ever-changing world of technology. RESNA’s goals resonate with ours as they maximize the health and well-being of people who have disabilities with technology.
Amy is passionate about helping people with disabilities maintain their independence, not only through assistive technology but also through building life skills. She does this by meeting individuals where they are and assessing their needs on a case by case basis. This personal touch is what Amy believes drives our services as a whole.
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson