Recreation/Leisure

Accessible Recreation and Gaming AT Pop Ups

North Carolina

Following up on the success of previous AT pop up events prior to Covid and in 2022 focusing on AT Financing and AT for Aging, NCATP partnered with AbleGamers to host 3 AT pop up events in 2023 focusing on Accessible Recreation and Gaming.

The Social Isolation and Loneliness Project

Oregon

To reduce social isolation and loneliness, the Oregon AT Program partnered with the State Unit on Aging and ADRC offices throughout Oregon to provide technology and related services to seniors and individuals with disabilities.

Helping K-12 Students through Parent Information Center Collaboration

New Hampshire

We are in the process of establishing a new partnership and relationship with the Parent Information Centers in New Hampshire. We attended a Wrights Law Conference hosted by the Parent Information Centers.

Improving Access to Public Libraries

INDATA collaborated with the Indianapolis Public Library to improve access to services and materials for persons of all abilities by implementing assistive technology workstations in each branch (25 total).

Accessible Training Videos for Medical Equipment

Illinois

AE Corner is a for profit Therapy Program in Southern Illinois owned and operated by a Physical Therapist and and Speech Therapist.  They create training videos on the proper use of durable medical equipment so that has individuals with disabilities and th

Area Education Agencies Collaboration for Device Loans to Students

Iowa

Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Program has enhanced its coordination and collaboration with state Area Educational Agencies.

Kits for Social Isolation and Personal Safety

Virginia

VATS staff meet monthly with Virginia No Wrong Door (NWD) to coordinate awareness of and access to assistive technology (AT) devices and services in Virginia’s NWD system.

Upgrading Online Services through Collaboration

Utah

The COVID-19 pandemic shut down visits to the physical offices of Utah's AAA, senior centers, and other facilities. As a result, shifting to online services was more complicated than it had been for other organizations.

Recycling Collaboration to Enhance Reutilization Process

Tennessee

The Executive Director of the TN Technology Access Program’s (TTAP) partner assistive technology (AT) center serving East TN functions as the lead in collaborative partnership with Scott Recycling that provides recycling of computers, small household appliances