About PCs for Aided Learning
DDRC’s PAL (PCs for Aided Learning) program is a technology program for people with developmental disabilities. The objective of PAL is to provide computers to people with developmental disabilities and their families. Our goal is to increase learning opportunities and job skills for people with developmental disabilities. The DDRC PAL program refurbishes donated computers, adds an operating system and application software and gives them to people who need them free of charge.
Studies have shown that computers providing computers to people with developmental disabilitieshas helped to increase their life skills, educational opportunities and provides necessary job skills for today’s technology driven marketplace..
Have you received a PC from the PAL program? Would you like to tell the world what you do with your donated PC? The this column is for you. If you are interested in being one of our featured receipients, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell your story.
Resource Center (DDRC)
provides leading-edge services
that create opportunities for people with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the community. Founded in 1964, DDRC serves Jefferson, Clear Creek, Summit & Gilpin counties in Colorado. Visit DDRC’s web site.