CATADA's Catalogue of Initiatives is our new repository of field-generated initiatives submitted by State AT Program grantees and their contractors/partners. Here you can find impactful and innovative AT initiatives from programs across the country.
Initiatives in this repository meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Demonstrate positive outcomes of increased access to and/or acquisition of AT,
- utilize strong partnerships,
- report high satisfaction among recipients of AT, or
- show a positive return on investment.
This catalogue offers a place for AT programs to share their work with other programs and stakeholders with the goal putting more assistive technology into the hands of people with disabilities!
Submit an Initiative
Please consider submitting an initiative for inclusion in our catalogue. State AT Program grantees and their contractors/partners are encouraged to submit innovative or highly effective initiatives across all AT Act activities.
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The Aging and Disability Resource Center for central Texas, Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG), identified the Texas Technology Access Program (TTAP), the state assistive technology program, as an entity that could assist in reducing isolation by increasing virtual connections and using te
ATLA has adopted a range of technologies to develop “smart homes.” These homes are equipped with devices that allow for tasks, typically performed by humans, to be automated by voice, touch, and sensors.