Two-day National Level Continuing Rehabilitation Education (CRE) Program on “Assistive Technology – Accessibility, Availability and Affordability for Persons with Disabilities” kicked-off today at Arunachal University of Studies (AUS) today. The program is being organized by the Department of Special Education. The two-day event is being attended by professionals, social workers, and special educators registered with Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI). Prof. D. S. Hernwal, Vice Chancellor, AUS, said that such programs are vital part of the training of professionals in the domain of special education and enable them to deliver quality education. Chief Guest of the program, Ms. Wihong Khimhun, Child Development Project Officer (CDPO), Namsai, appreciated the initiative and stated that such trainings are important for the improvement of special education in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Dr. P. Ramakrishna, Asst. Prof., Special Education (HI), Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, and Mrs. Brinda Baruah Sharma, Clinical Psychologist, Assam Medical College and Hospital, Dibrugarh also participated in the event. Several presentations and research papers by participants will be discussed during the two-day long program.