Aging and Disability Network/No Wrong Door

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 population. 

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.

Expanding AT Programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing


The Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind's collaboration with The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE) has greatly helped expand its Communications Technology Program (CTP) through their assessments, installation, and t

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

Money Follows the Person AT Position Expansion


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.

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


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 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


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

Reducing Social Isolation Partnership with No Wrong Door System


Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Program, through Cares Act Funds, in coordination with the Iowas No Wrong Door system (The Aging and Disability Resource Center, The Iowa Department of Aging, and Iowa's University Center on Excellence, The University of Io