Aging

Connection Cart Project

North Dakota

During this reporting period, North Dakota (ND) Assistive worked with the ND Department of Human Services, Aging Services Division to conduct the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)/No Wrong Door Funding Opportunity Critical Relief Funds for COVID-19 Pandemic Response-Connection Cart Proj

Bringing Technology to Seniors

Washington

WATAP continues work on the 5-year project funded by King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy providing assistive technology services and resources to low-income seniors and unpaid caregivers in rural and tribal communities in King County.

Seniors Learning to use Technology Training Videos

Wyoming

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources partnered with the University of Wyoming School of Nursing, Wyoming Center on Aging, and Wyoming Senior Centers for nursing students to provide training on technology to seniors.

Money Follows the Person AT Position Expansion

Vermont

The Vermont Assistive Technology Program (VATP) worked with the Adult Services Division of VT's Department for Disability, Aging, and Independent Living on a supplemental grant for Money Follows the Person.

Awareness and Outreach to Underserved Project

Utah

We partnered with Salt Lake County to educate underserved communities, such as individuals with disabilities, older adults, Asian, Native American, Pacific Islander, Latinx populations, about available resources in Utah during the pandemic.   We have existing,

No Wrong Door and United Way 211 Collaboration

Rhode Island

RI Assistive Technology Access Program (ATAP)  has an established collaboration with the NWD system including the Office of Healthy Aging (OHA) and United Way 211 to reach older individuals that need access to technology and are isolated due to living alone and

Mitigate Social Isolation with Technology

Pennsylvania

The PA AT Program partnered with the Pennsylvania Department of Aging  and utilized CARES Act funding to add hundreds of iPad tablets, apps, Chromebooks, and Wi-Fi Hotspots to our AT Lending Library.

Responding to Social Isolation in Michigan

Michigan

Michigan Assistive Technology Program collaborated with Michigan Aging and Adult Services Administration to provide support to Centers for Independent Living and Area Agencies on Aging who received No Wrong Door funds to decrease social isolation for older adul

Going Home Senior Transition Project

Kansas

Assistive Technology for Kansans (ATK) staff collaborated with Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) staff on the Going Home Senior Transition Project.

Smart Self Reliance Website - Smart Devices Resource

Illinois

The Illionois Assistive Technology Program (IATP), Senior Independent Living Collaborative (SILC) and other Illinois aging and disability organizations partnered to produce the Smart Self Reliance website (https://smartselfreliance.org/).