Therese Willkomm, PhD
- Nationally Certified Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP), 1997
- Ph.D., Rehabilitation Science and Technology, University of Pittsburgh, 1997
- M.S., Vocational Rehabilitation, Job Development, Job Placement, Drake University, 1984
- B.S., Vocational Rehabilitation, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 1982
- B.S., Special Education K-12, University of Wisconsin-Stout, 1982
Dr. Willkomm is currently the Director of the New Hampshire Statewide Assistive Technology Program (ATinNH) with the Institute on Disability and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy. In addition, Dr. Willkomm is the coordinator of the Graduate Certificate in Assistive Technology Program and the coordinator of the Disability Studies Minor. She has been engaged in providing/managing assistive technology services for over 28 years in the areas of home, school, and worksite modifications for persons with disabilities. She is known nationally and internationally as “The MacGyver of Assistive Technology" and for her work in rural rehabilitation technology. Dr. Willkomm has presented in 38 states, five foreign counties, and three U.S. territories and authored 22 publications including her most recent book titled “Make A Difference Today – Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes."