• News

    TAPit

    Trio of New TAPit Videos!

     

    Westminster Technologies has created three new TAPit videos, each focusing on different areas that relate to the TAPit being used in education and therapy.

     

    Quite simply, the TAPit is being used globally to offer the best accessibility to digital information for those with differing abilities. There is no other device available that offers the same range of accessibility, portability and safety. See for yourself why the TAPit is the choice for schools, therapy centers and hospitals.

  • Demo Equipment

    TAPit

    Gently-Used Equipment Available

     

    Every year, Westminster Technologies uses various products for presentations and trade shows. Periodically, we offer some of these gently-used products for a reduced cost. Products currently available include TAPit units, ITPs and a Digital Nursery Tilt and Touch Table.

    Please contact Dr. Raymond Heipp at 216.310.9709 or rheipp@westminstertech.com for additional information.

  • Catalog

    WT Catalog

    2014 Product Catalog is here!

     

    Westminster Technologies has carefully selected our 2014 product lineup. We are the premier strategic partner for the TAPit. Our knowledge and experience in assistive technologies has lead other manufacturers like Aldebarran, PROXTALKER and Skoog Music to invite us to represent them.

    We currently offer more than a dozen diverse product lines to help a wide range of those with differing abilities. Get information on our entire product lineup in our 2014 catalog.

  • Who We Are

    About Us

    About Us


    We strive to enable those with differing abilities to reach their full potential. Be it software, hardware or professional development, you can get the tools you need to support your mission.

    Our management team has a combined 50+ years of experience and more than 2,500 schools have relied upon their expertise to engage and motivate students. That expertise carries over to hospitals and rehabilitation centers in their transitioning of patients back into daily life. [Continue...]

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