Kits for Social Isolation and Personal Safety


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


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


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

Electronic Referral Process to Streamline AT Access

South Dakota

DakotaLink collaborates with the State Department of Human Services to provide training to Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors throughout the State on their established process for how they provide Assistive Technology devices and services for their Consumers.

Digital Training for Older Adults

Rhode Island

ATEL an ATAP partner has started a new program to help bridge the digital divide of our older adults, providing monthly awareness, demonstrations, and trainings to older adults in underserved areas.

Program Collaboration to Enhance Device Reutilization Program


In FFY22 Oklahoma ABLE Tech actively sought partnerships and collaborations to support the demand for equipment offered through the Device Reutilization Program.

"Byte Size Lunch Series" for Information Sharing

New Jersey

We partnered with Rutgers School of Health, Community Living Education Project to develop and deliver 45-minute lunch and learn on a variety of topics called “Byte Size Lunch Series”.

A Collaboration to Increase Independent Living for Seniors

North Carolina

NCATP received additional funding 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 populati

Increasing AT Awareness through Advertisements


STAR has been connecting with our Aging and Disability Resource Centers, Department of Human Services (Board of aging, Disability Services division, Live Well at Home Grant), and Centers for Independent Living for a few years.

The SHIFT Enabling Technology Curriculum

District of Columbia

DC Assistive Technology Specialists and Program Manager serve on the Department on Disability Services work group to develop a "Technology First" initiative in the District of Columbia.