Nathan provides specialized Assistive Technology (AT) evaluation and training for clients referred from state vocational agencies NYSCB and ACCES-VR. He also works with other professionals and students in the region to promote awareness and interest in AT.
Nathan was born without his left hand, and developed a passion for AT at a young age. He has worked within the health and human services industries since 2003, with diverse people who have a variety of goals and needs. In addition to his work in computer access, Nathan has an interest in promoting evidence-based practice and service provision guidelines for users of upper extremity prosthetics.
The CAT Program Office and Research & Development Project Office are located off campus at 100 Sylvan Parkway, Suite 400, Amherst, NY 14228.
CAT Client Service is located off campus at 315 Alberta Drive, Suite 102 Amherst, NY 14226.