This is the statewide Assistive Technology program which as AT Access Sites in Oakley, Wichita, Salina, Topeka and Parsons. There is an equipment reuse site in Garden City. Each site has staff who can help Kansans see and try a device, borrow a device, obtain a used device or help locate funding. They also teach how to maintain and use technology.
GPAT supports local school systems in their efforts to provide assistive technology devices and services to students with disabilities.
This website is intended to provide information about the provision of assistive technology (commonly referred to as "AT") in the K-12 school setting, to Illinois educators and parents. Infinitec has created and maintains this free public website as place to house information that we trust will be very useful to the stakeholders involved in the school-based AT process.This website along with the many free statewide AT resources and trainings presented here are funded through a competitive grant awarded to Infinitec by the Illinois State Board of Education.
This site gives users access to resources to assist with evaluation and program planning for a student with a disability.
Assists with access and acquisition of AT devices and services in Pennsylvania.
State-funded project to help schools improve their assistive technology services. Includes resources, lending library information, and related links.