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Awareness and Outreach to Underserved Project


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

State Leaders of Assistive Technology in Education


The Oregon AT Program participated in SLATE (State Leaders of Assistive Technology in Education).

Money Follows the Person Transition Collaboration


The Nevada Assistive Technology Collaborative (NATC) Initiated conversations about care facility transition with Nevada's Money Follows the Person (MFP), Facility Outreach and Community Integration Services (FOCIS), Centers for Independent Living and the Nevada

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.

Pandemic AT Support for K-12 Education


The Georgia AT Program, Tools for Life (TFL) grew collaboration with local school districts across Georgia to ensure they benefited from the existing assistive technology partnership with the Georgia Department of Education.This expanded K-12 partnership provid

Leadership Conference on Virtual Learning

South Carolina

The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program and the South Carolina Department of Education co-hosted a virtual assistive technology leadership conference. The topic was virtual learning and included several speakers on the subject.

Getting Appropriate and Cost-effective Solutions to Enable Consumer Independence


Nebraska ATP has a contract with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services-Home and Community Based Waivers to provide assessments and project management for all home modifications, vehicle modifications, and assistive technology services statewide f

Reaching out to the Aging Population to end Social Isolation

North Carolina

In 2019, NCATP partnered with the Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) under the CARES grant to provide access to assistive technology for individuals who are aging and disabled and who were facing difficulties in accessing vaccine related care, medical