Device Demonstration

Inclusive Opportunities: Collaborative Efforts of the Justice Center, TRAID, and SCION

New York

The Justice Center and the TRAID Centers continued to collaborate with staff from the Department of Labor on the New York Systems Change and Inclusive Opportunities Network (SCION.) SCION's goal is to improve education, training and employment opportunities and outcomes for youth and adults with

Building Bridges: Nevada AT Program and United Way Partnership


The AT Resource Center has an established and on-going partnership with the United Way.

Access to Employment: Collaborative Vocational Support Service Event

New Mexico

In partnership with the New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (NMDVR), DiverseIT, and NMTAP we coordinated a full service for individuals with disabilities obtaining vocational rehabilitation services.

Aging Well: AT Webinar Series with NJ Advocates

New Jersey

We partnered with NJAWW (NJ Advocates for Aging well)  Developed and implemented a webinar series that covered a variety of AT topics   The first 15-20 minutes were an overview of the AT covered.

Empowering Vision Rehabilitation: Partnership with Future In Sight

New Hampshire

We established a new partnership with Future In Sight, which is a nonprofit that provides vision rehabilitation services for NH people of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.

Expanding Access: Collaborative Efforts to Support Visually Impaired Students

New Hampshire

We collaborated with the Department of Education support project for teachers of the visually impaired. The purpose of this collaboration was to increase access to devices that teachers can borrow for students with vision impairments.

Nebraska ATP: Empowering Educators and Students Through Assistive Technology


ATP has an agreement with the Nebraska Department of Education, Office of Special Education to provide awareness activities, training, technical assistance, and a statewide assistive technology loan pool to IEP/IFSP teams in the state of Nebraska.

Collaboration Between ND Assistive and Alzheimer’s Association

North Dakota

In FY 2023, ND Assistive met several times with the director of the North Dakota Alzheimer’s Association to see how our programs could work together to improve the lives of individuals with dementia as well as their caregivers.

Empowering Vulnerable Adults: ND Assistive's Collaboration with Aging Services

North Dakota

ND Assistive collaborated with the Assistant Director of North Dakota Aging Services to develop a strategy for providing assistive technology that promotes independence and safety to the numerous North Dakota adults benefiting from the Vulnerable Adult Protective Services (VAPS) program under her

Empowering Independence: NCATP's Continued Support through CARES Act Funding

North Carolina

NCATP continued to receive the remaining funds under the Cares Act as part of an MOU with the Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS). The initial funding in 2020 under the ADRC grant allowing NCATP to identify needs within the state and across the senior   population.