• Robox 3D Printer

    Robox 3D Printer

    Imagine it - create it - print it with the Robox 3D Printer

    3D Printing & Special Needs

    The Robox 3D Printer comes to Westminster Technologies.

    The special needs classroom is actually one of the most significant places to use a 3D printer. The teacher can create manipulatives that help enhance a lesson or add some experiential learning to the class. Experiential learning activities for additional layers of understanding for the students are also a possibility.

    A teacher can also make props to better explain or demonstrate pieces of literature, historical artifacts, and much more. Objects for visual and tactile support can also be made to help increase conceptual understanding.
  • Catalog

    Westminster Technologies, Inc. 2015 Assistive Technology Products Catalog

    Get the Westminster Technologies 2016 Product Catalog.

    Westminster Technologies 2016 Product Catalog

    Westminster Technologies, Inc. offers a diverse array of assistive technology product. Each product we represent has been carefully researched and tested by us to confirm its effectiveness on its own and to be part of an overall solution we can customize for you.

    We put a value on our name and take pride in representing only those assistive technology products that we can confidently say will be of maximum benefit to those who need them the most.

    Get information on our entire assistive technology products lineup in our 2016 catalog.
  • Demo Equipment

    Masters Interactive Lectern

    Demo equipment like the Masters Interactive Lectern is available.

    Gently-Used Demo Equipment Available

    Westminster Technologies uses various products for presentations and trade shows. Periodically, we offer some of these gently-used products for a reduced cost.

    You can see a complete list of our currently available demonstration equipment here.

    Call 844.881.2088 for pricing and availability as our demo stock changes quickly.

Welcome to Westminster Technologies!

Westminster Technologies’ mission is to enable those with differing abilities to reach their full potential. Be it assistive technology, software, hardware or professional development, you can get the tools and training you need to support your mission.

Westminster Technologies Process

Westminster Technologies ProcessOur approach to Assistive Technology is much more than just selling devices. We want to understand your situation and the goals for the users of any of our products. Having a focus on them, allows us to personalize any solutions we suggest, so that they will have the best chance for success.
Because we thoroughly review and research all products before agreeing to carry them, we believe in each of them and how they can assist individuals. That belief in our products and services is shared with you, as we want you to have faith in the end result. Your trust is very important to us and we take that very seriously.


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May 3, 2016 by Dr. Raymond T. Heipp Many of us have seen the advertisements for individuals with differing abilities on TV and Cable shows. When reviewing those shows, we also see that those individuals have been portrayed in a positive light. The fear always becomes a transition into creating “reality shows” where the main […]

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