Information and Communication Technology/Remote Connectivity

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.

SCION: Improving Education and Employment Opportunities

New York

The Justice Center and various TRAID Centers have collaborated with staff from the Department of Labor on the New York Systems Change and Inclusive Opportunities Network (SCION.) SCION's goal is to improve education, training and employment opportunities and ou

"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”.

Disability Training for First Responders

Northern Marianas

The AT Program, housed under the Council for Developmental Disabilities, continues to work with the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Network to complete its goal of training all First Responders in the CNMI.

Improving State Employees' Access to AT


STAR is working collaboratively with the state of Minnesota's IT department and ADA leaders to improve state employees' and state job applicants' access to assistive technology.

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.

Accessibility Training for State Employees


Maine CITE partnered with the Maine IT Accessibility Committee (ITAC) to provide accessibility training to employees of the state of Maine. While Maine has adopted the idea of accessibility, it has not fully put it into practice.

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.

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

The 2022 AzTAP/IHD Evidence for Success Hybrid Conference


The 2022 AzTAP/IHD Evidence for Success Hybrid Conference was a 2-day conference featuring 4 general sessions (opening and closing speakers and lunchtime presentations both days), 47 breakout sessions, and an exhibit hall with 28 exhibitor booths (consisting of