Veterans

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.

WyRamp: Addressing the Need for Home Ramps in Wyoming

Wyoming

Accessing one’s home for some residents who have problems with balance or who use a wheelchair, scooter, or walker is a major issue in Wyoming. Many homes in Wyoming are not equipped with ramps or zero-degree thresholds at their entrances.

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.

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

Expanding AT Programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Colorado

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

Incorporating AT Awareness for ALS Patients

Tennessee

Tennessee Technology Access Program (TTAP) collaborates with Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the Muscular Dystrophy Association to provide assistive technology services at the monthly multidisciplinary ALS Clinic.  The clinic is maintained by Vand

Training VR Counselors on Providing AT to Consumers

South Dakota

DakotaLink collaborated 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.

From Active Duty to Agriculture: Engaging Veterans in Farming and Gardening

Kansas

Assistive Technology for Kansans (ATK) serves veterans and active duty soldiers transitioning out of the service into civilian life through farming and gardening providing them with socialization opportunities as well as knowledge and skills to gain employment.