Technical Assistance/State Improvement Outcomes

AT Awareness Month


May 2022 was Wyoming Assistive Technology Awareness Month, a formal proclamation signed by Wyoming's Governor Mark Gordon and was held virtually through the Google Meets platform. 45 attendees witnessed the virtual signing.

Policy and Training Improvement for Power during Emergencies


TTAP partnered with the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilties and other stakeholders on a Task Force to develop policy recommendations, information, and training on the critical need of power back up for dedicated medical equipment and assistive techn

Smart Home AT Contract for Lift Systems

South Dakota

We are currently establishing a collaboration with the LTSS Hope Waiver program. We plan to start with smart home equipment and possibly SureHands lift systems.

Making Payroll Services Accessible


Implemented in 2022, Workday@OK is the State of Oklahoma’s unified system providing Human Resources, Payroll, Benefits, Talent, Learning and more services to all state employees.

Online Training Series for Human Service Professionals


We have developed, in partnership with the College of Engineering, on online training series targeting the education of state employees and human services professionals on the role assistive technology can play in the lives of Ohioans with disabilities. 

Effecting Waiver Changes for AT Improvement

North Dakota

In 2022, ND Assistive provided input during several meetings with the ND Department of Health and Human Services, Aging Services Department to make changes to the waiver in the area of assistive technology.

Funding for Mobility Equipment through HHS


The Children's Special Health Services division of Montana's Department of Public Health and Human Services reached out to MonTECH about additional funding for pediatric mobility and positioning equipment.

"Memorandum of Understanding" - Training Series


MoAT has updated and re-established its Memorandum of Understanding with the state vocational agency.

Toolkits for Emergency Preparedness


MDTAP has provided extensive support to the MD Department of Disabilities Emergency Preparedness Program and the MD Department of Human Services to expand and improve the state's Emergency Deployment Assistive Technology Toolkits.

"Public Act" - Information for Students with IEPs


IATP worked with the disability organization and sponsors to encourage the passing of Public Act 102-0841 which amends the school code by requiring local districts to provide parent's and guardians of students with IEPs informational materials about the Achievi