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Access Technologies Inc
3070 Lancaster DR NE
Salem, OR 97305

Oregon’s Statewide Assistive Technology Program Access Technologies, Inc. is a nonprofit organization specializing in Ergonomic Risk Assessments, Assistive Technology Evaluations, and Technology Training Services. We work with government, business, education, health service organizations, and individuals to provide accessible and cost-effective ergonomic and technology solutions.

Contact: Laurie Books
Phone: 503-361-1201
FAX: 503-370-4530
TTY: 503-361-1201
E-mail: info@accesstechnologiesinc.org
Website: http://www.accesstechnologiesinc.org

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Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services
236 Goodwin Crest Drive
Homewood, AL 35209

Children's Rehab, Vocational Rehab, and Independent Living Services.

Contact: Michael Papp
Phone: 800-671-6837
FAX: 205-945-8517
TTY: 800-499-1816
E-mail: Michael.Papp@rehab.alabama.gov
Website: http://www.rehab.alabama.gov

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AllTech
60 Pineland Drive
Lewiston Hall, Building IV
New Gloucester, ME 04260

ALLTech develops and promotes the use of technology that enables all individuals to lead full and independent lives. We provide leadership, advocacy, training, technical assistance, and research so that people can further their knowledge and skills in the areas of assistive technology, universal design, and Web accessibility.

Contact: Deb Dimmick
Phone: 207-688-4573
FAX: 207-688-4572
TTY: 866-688-4591
E-mail: ddimmick@alltech-tsi.org
Website: http://www.alltech-tsi.org/

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Arizona Technology Access Program
2400 North Central Ave
Suite 300
Phoenix, AZ 85004

The mission of the AzTAP is to (a) increase access to assistive technology (AT) devices and services for individuals with disabilities and their families, and (b) facilitate the development of a consumer-responsive AT service delivery system. Program staff work with consumers, service providers, state agencies, private industry, legislators, and other interested individuals to facilitate the development of a statewide system to provide AT services.

Contact: Jill Pleasant
Phone: 602-728-9532
FAX: 602-728-9535
TTY: 602-728-9536
E-mail: jill.pleasant@nau.edu
Website: http://www.nau.edu/ihd/aztap/

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Assistive Technology Center
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
125 Nashua St.
Boston, MA 02114

At the Assistive Technology Center in Boston, dedicated and experienced clinicians in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology provide assessments, demonstrations, and trial sessions with different types of assistive technologies including computer access, augmentative/alternative communication devices, ergonomics, and mobility/seating/positioning.

Contact: Peggy Dellea
Phone: 617-573-2927
FAX: 617-573-2209
E-mail: MDellea@Partners.org
Website: http://www.spauldingrehab.org/atc

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Assistive Technology Exchange Center
1601 E Saint Andrew Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705

ATEC is a comprehensive assistive technology resource center that is one of Goodwill of Orange County’s vital health and human services programs. We have been helping people with disabilities and other barriers maximize their independence since 1996. We offer consultation and assessment services, equipment trial, equipment loan and reuse and support in learning how to use assistive technology equipment.

Contact: Lauren Wetzler, Services Supervisor
Phone: 714-361-6200 x226
FAX: 714-361-6220
TTY: 714-541-1873
E-mail: laurenw@ocgoodwill.org
Website: http://www.atec-oc.org

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Assistive Technology of Alaska
2217 E Tudor Rd.
Suite 4
Anchorage, AK 99507

Assistive Technology of Alaska (ATLA) connects Alaskans who have disabilities with the tools they need to learn, work, play, and participate in community life safely and independently.
ATLA offers statewide no-cost equipment demonstrations, information and assistance, short term loans (as items are available) and awareness activities. Staff offer fee-for-service consultations, trainings and technical assistance in addition to re-selling assistive technology. Staff help search for funding options, develop partnerships with state agencies and organizations, and publish resource materials. The statewide Alaska Trading Post, an on-line searchable database of used equipment and devices for recycling program is coordinated by ATLA.
ATLA staff does not advocate for or recommend specific devices or software programs. They provide consumers with enough knowledge to make “informed choices” about different technologies that meet their needs and skills. Consumers are encouraged to tryout their selections at their local demonstration center.

Contact: Mystie Rail
Phone: (907) 563-2599
FAX: (907) 563-0699
TTY: 907-561-2592
E-mail: mystie@atlaak.org
Website: http:www.atlaak.org

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Assistive Technology Partners
601 E. 18th Ave.
Suite 130
Denver, CO 80203

State Assistive Technology Program

Contact: Jim Sandstrum
Phone: 303-315-1280
FAX: 303-837-1208
TTY: 303-837-8964
E-mail: generalinfo@at-partners.org
Website: http://www.assistivetechnologypartners.org

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Assistive Technology Partnership
3901 North 27th Street
Lincoln, NE 68522

State Agency for comprehensive services regarding accessibility, accessible housing, recycling, alternative financing program, AT, home and vehicle modification, demonstration centers, etc.

Contact: Jaime Galloway
Phone: 402-471-0734
FAX: 402-471-6052
TTY: 402-471-2447
E-mail: jaime.galloway@nebraska.gov
Website: http://www.atp.ne.gov/

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Bluegrass Technology Center
961 Beasley Street, STE 140
Lexington, KY 40509

The Bluegrass Technology Center is a twenty year old consumer driven, non-profit organization assisting individuals with disAbilities, their families and service providers obtain technologies that provide the gateway to greater independence, productivity, and quality of life.
The mission of BTC is to support and assist all persons in their efforts to access technology and to increase their awareness and understanding of how technology can enhance their ability to participate more fully in the community. We seek to help redefine human potential by making technology a regular part of the lives of people with disAbilities.

Contact: Debbie Sharon
Phone: 800-209-7767 or 859-294-4343
FAX: 859-294-0704
E-mail: office@bluegrass-tech.org
Website: http://www.bluegrass-tech.org

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DakotaLink
1161 Deadwood Avenue
Suite 5
Rapid City, SD 57702

AT Program for the State of South Dakota

Contact: Patrick Czerny, Supervisor of Technical Services
Phone: 605-394-6742 or 800-645-0673
FAX: 605-394-6744
TTY: 605-394-6742
E-mail: atinfo@dakotalink.net
Website: http://dakotalink.net/

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Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative (DATI)
University of Delaware
20123 Office Circle
Georgetown, DE 19947

The Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative (DATI) connects Delawareans who have disabilities with the tools they need in order to learn, work, play, and participate in community life safely and independently.

Contact: Sonja L. Rathel
Phone: 1-800-870-3284
FAX: (302) 856-6990
TTY: 800-870-3284
E-mail: rathel@asel.udel.edu
Website: http://www.dati.org/

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East Tennessee Technology Access Center
4918 N. Broadway
Knoxville, TN 37918

ETTAC was started in 1988 by a group of parents, adults with disabilities, business people and service providers in the community who held an uncommon belief in the power of technology to help people with disabilities reach their goals. Since 1988, ETTAC has provided a wide range of assistive technology services to thousands of people with disabilities, teachers, therapists, other service providers, and area businesses. ETTAC works with people with disabilities of all ages and all types of disabilities, and no one is denied services based on ability to pay, age, type of disability, race, religion, or sex. ETTAC serves individuals with disabilities, family members and professionals in 24 counties of Upper East Tennessee.

Contact: Alice Wershing or Lois Symington
Phone: 865-219-0130
FAX: 865-219-0130
E-mail: awershing@aol.com
Website: http://www.discoveret.org/ettac

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FDLRS Technology State Loan Library
1207 S. Mellonville Ave
Sanford, FL 32771-2240

FDLRS (Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System) Technology State Loan Library is a Specialized Center, located in Seminole County and funded by the State of Florida, Department of Education,Bureau of Instructional Support and Community Services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part B and state general revenue funds. FDLRS-TSLL is an equal opportunity agency.

Contact: Mark Cerasale
Phone: 1-407-320-2380
FAX: 1-407-320-2379
E-mail: mark_cerasale@scps.k12.fl.us
Website: http://www.fdlrs-tsll.scps.k12.fl.us

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Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley Assistive Technology Services
1133 Edwin C. Moses Blvd
Suite 370
Dayton, OH 45408

The Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley Assistive Technology Services provide assistive technology for people of all ages with autism spectrum, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, visual impairments, and hearing impairments through our Product Lending Library. Developmental Disabilities services, individual option and level 1 and refurbished computers for special-needs classrooms and individuals with disabilities.

Contact: Kevin Leonard
Phone: 937-461-3305
FAX: 937-461-6304
E-mail: k.leonard@gesmv.org
Website: http://www.assistivetechservices.org/

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ICAN (Increasing Capabilities Access Network)
26 Corporate Hill
Little Rock, AR 72205

AT loan program, demonstration, AT recycle center

Contact: Eddie Schmeckenbecher, Rick Anderson
Phone: 501-666-8868, 1-800-828-2799
FAX: 501-666-5319
TTY: 501-666-8868 VP: 866-533-6756
E-mail: eddie.smeck@arkansas.gov
Website: http://www.ar-ican.org

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Idaho Center for Assistive Technology
5420 W. Franklin Rd., Ste. A
Boise, ID 83705

Computer lab/Demonstration Center and Loaning Library. We are also an ATA Center and a Microsoft Accessibility Resource Center

Contact: Kathy Griffin
Phone: 208-377-8070
FAX: 208-322-7133
E-mail: kgriffin@idahocat.org
Website: http://www.idahocat.org

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Illinois Assistive Technology Program
1 West Old State Capitol Plaza
Suite 100
Springfield, Illinois 62701

Illinois Assistive Technology Program is a not-for-profit agency that promotes the availability of assistive technology (AT) services and programs for people with disabilities. Programs include a device loan program, low interest rate cash loan program for AT and home based employment, demonstration center, reutilization program, homeownership program and much more. IATP serves all people with disabilities in Illinois regardless of age or income, their families, service providers, state agencies, private industry, educators, and other interested individuals.

Contact: Lynette Strode
Phone: 217-522-7985
FAX: 217-522-8067
E-mail: lstrode@iltech.org
Website: http://www.iltech.org

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INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads
4740 Kingsway Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46205

The INDiana Assistive Technology Act (INDATA) Project at Easter Seals Crossroads serves as the Assistive Technology Act provider in Indiana. Services include device demonstration, device loan, equipment reutilization, alternative financing, and a variety of other education and outreach services.

Contact: M. Wade Wingler, Director of Assistive Technology
Phone: 317-466-2013 or 888-466-1314
FAX: 317-466-2000
E-mail: tech@eastersealscrossroads.org
Website: http://www.EasterSealsTech.com

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Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network (LATAN)
3042 Old Forge Dr. Suite D
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

AT ACT Project for State of LA.

Contact: Mona Miley, At Specialist
Phone: 800-270-6185
FAX: 225-925-9560
TTY: 800-270-6185
E-mail: mmiley@latan.org
Website: http://www.latan.org

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Maryland Technology Assistance Program
2301 Argonne Drive
Room t17
Baltimore MD 21218

The Maryland Technology Assistance Program demonstrates and loans equipment to people with disabilities in order that they can decide which Assistive Technology best meets their needs.

Contact: Michael Bullis
Phone: 410-554-9245
FAX: 410-554-9237
TTY: 866-881-7488
E-mail: mdtap@mdtap.org
Website: http://www.mdtap.org

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Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services Project START
2550 Peachtree Street
Jackson MS 39216

Mississippi Technology Act

Contact: Dorothy Young
Phone: 800-852-8328
FAX: 601-364-2349
E-mail: dyoung@mdrs.state.ms.us
Website: http://www.msprojectstart.org

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Missouri Assistive Technology (MoAT)
1501 NW Jefferson Street
Blue Springs, MO 64015

Missouri Assistive Technology is the Statewide Assistive Technology Program for Missouri. The mission of Missouri Assistive Technology is to increase access to assistive technology for Missourians with all types of disabilities, of all ages. Offering several different programs that include TAP for Telephone, TAP for Internet, Show Me Loans, Kids Assistive Technology, ETC Program and the Device Recycling & Exchange Program. For more information, please visit our website.

Contact: Tracy LaFollette
Phone: 816-655-6700 or 800-647-8557 (Toll-Free in MO)
FAX: 816-655-6710
TTY: 816-655-6711
E-mail: moat1501@att.net
Website: http://www.at.mo.gov

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MonTECH
700 SW Higgins Avenue, Suite 250
Missoula, MT 59803

Montana Assistive Technology Program – Providing Access to Assistive Technology Tools, Resources and Supports for Montanans

Contact: Kathleen Laurin, Program Director
Phone: 406-243-5751
FAX: 406-243-4730
E-mail: montech@ruralinstitute.umt.edu
Website: http://www.montech@ruralinstitute.umt.edu

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New England Assistive Technology Resource and Education Center at Oak Hill
120 Holcomb Street
Hartford, CT 06112

The NEAT Center at Oak Hill enriches lives by enhancing independence and quality of life for people with disabilities including visual impairments. It sets the standard in providing innovative solutions, program excellence, services and advocacy for people with disabilities.

Contact: Jennifer L. Baker, M.S., ATP, ATACP, CAPS, MARCS, EIS, OT Aide, PT Aide
Phone: 860-286-3102
FAX: 860-242-1265
E-mail: bakerj@ciboakhill.org
Website: http://www.neatmarketplace.org

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New Mexico Technology Assistance Program (NMTAP)
435 ST Michael’s Drive Building D
Santa Fe New Mexico 87505

Statewide Assistive Technology Act Program

Contact: Andy Winnegar
Phone: 800-866-2253
FAX: 505-954-8608
TTY: 800-659-1779
E-mail: andy.winnegar@state.nm.us
Website: http://www.nmtap.com

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North Carolina Assistive Technology Program
1110 Navaho Dr. Suite 101
Raleigh, NC 27610

The North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP) is a state and federally funded program that provides assistive technology services statewide to people of all ages and abilities.

Contact: Lynne Deese / April Furr
Phone: 919-850-2787
FAX: 919-850-2792
E-mail: ldeese@ncatp.org
Website: http://www.ncatp.org

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North Carolina Assistive Technology Program; Eastern Region
2313 Executive Park Circle, Suite A
Greenville, NC 27834

North Carolina Assistive Technology Demonstration and Loan Center; State government program/NC's Tech Act Program NCATP provides services to people of all ages and abilities, professionals employers and employees; demonstrate the various devices with features and functions that can help meet those needs; provide information about state and local vendors, providers and repair services; The device loan program helps individuals try out equipment in the location they will use it: at home, work, school or recreational activities.; conduct training, develop and disseminate training materials; and provide technical assistance related to assistive technology.

Contact: Starlette L. Vaught
Phone: 252-830-8575
FAX: 252-830-8576
E-mail: svaught@ncatp.org
Website: http://www.ncatp.org

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Oklahoma ABLE Tech
Oklahoma State University
Seretean Wellness Center
1514 W. Hall of Fame
Stillwater, OK 74078

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is a statewide assistive technology program located at the Seretean Wellness Center at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. Oklahoma ABLE Tech's mission is to improve access to assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages through comprehensive, statewide programs that are consumer responsive. A tremendous variety of assistive technology is available today. Oklahoma ABLE Tech is a way to connect Oklahomans with disabilities to AT through demonstrations and short-term loans to allow individuals to try and compare a variety of devices to find the best fit.

Contact: Shelby Sanders
Phone:405-744-7606
FAX: 405-744-2487
E-mail: shelby.sanders@okstate.edu
Website: http://okabletech.okstate.edu

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PACER Center
8161 Normandale Boulevard
Bloomington, MN 55437

The Simon Technology Center is a project of PACER, and is dedicated to making the benefits of technology more accessible to children and adults with disabilities through a collaborated effort involving parents, professionals and consumers. The Simon Technology Center offers workshops, consultations, and in-service trainings to meet these needs.

Contact: Megan Kunz
Phone: 952-838-9000
FAX: 952-838-0199
TTY: 952-838-0190
E-mail: meghan.kunz@pacer.org
Website: www.Pacer.org

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Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital
Accessible Community Technology Center
1401 S. California
Chicago Il, 60608

Contact: Joel Irizarry
Phone: 773-522-5863
FAX: 773-522-6650
E-mail: irij@sinai.org
Website: http://www.sinai.org/rehabilitation/index2.asp

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SC Assistive Technology Program
8301 Farrow Road, Poplar Building
Columbia, SC 29203

The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP) is a federally funded program concerned with getting technology into the hands of people with disabilities so that they might live, work, learn and be a more independent part of the community. As part of a national network of technology-related assistance programs, our goal is to enhance independence, productivity and quality of life for all South Carolinians through access to assistive technology devices and services.

Contact: Carol A. Page
Phone: 803-935-5301
FAX: 803-935-5342
E-mail: carol.page@uscmed.sc.edu
Website: http://www.sc.edu/scatp/

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Solution Outreach Center at OCCK
Solution Outreach Center
2941 Centennial
Salina, KS 67401

OCCK is a not-for-profit Kansas corporation dedicated to helping people with physical or mental disabilities remove barriers to employment, independent living, and full participation in their communities.

Contact: Shellie Eddings
Phone: 785-827-9383
FAX: 785-452-9374
TTY: 785-827-9383
E-mail: seddings@occk.com
Website: http://www.occk.com

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TechACCESS of Rhode Island
110 Jefferson Blvd, Suite I
Warwick, RI 02888

TechACCESS of RI is a private, not for profit resource center that serves people with disabilities who are interested in assistive technology. We provide assistive technology and augmentative communication evaluations and consultative services. In addition to being an assistive technology demonstration center, TechACCESS provides assistive technology workshops and trainings for consumers and caregivers.

Contact: Judi Carlson, Director
Phone/TTY: 401-463-0202
FAX: 40-463-0202
E-mail: jcarlson@techaccess-ri.org
Website: http://www.techaccess-ri.org

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Tech Connection
35 Haddon Avenue
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702

TECHConnection seeks to redefine human potential by making assistive technology devices a regular part of the lives of people with disabilities. It strives to accomplish this goal by providing easy access to the assistive technologies, related services, and information resources that enable people to achieve success, independence, productivity, and social interdependence according to their individual needs and interests.

Contact: Joanne Castellano
Phone: 732-747-5310
FAX: 732-747-1896
E-mail: jcastellano@techconnection.org
Website: www.techconnection.org

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Texas Technology Access Program
10100 Burnet Rd.,
Bldg. CMS, #137, Rm. 1.154, MC/L4000
Austin TX 78758-4445

AT Program for Texas

Contact: John Morris
Phone: 512-232-0753
FAX: 512-232-0761
TTY: 512-232-0762
E-mail: txcds@uttcds.org
Website: http://techaccess.edb.utexas.edu/

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University of Michigan Rehabilitation Engineering Program
1500 E. Medical Center Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5841

Rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology services are offered for inpatients and outpatients in a variety of areas including: computer access, environmental control, augmentative communication, manipulation aids, mobility, education, recreation, and vocational rehabilitation.

Contact: Jamie Mayo, MSE, ATP, RET
Phone: 734-936-7170
FAX: 734-936-7515
E-mail: jlmayo@umich.edu
Website: http://www.med.umich.edu/rehabeng

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University of Montana
Rural Institue
634 Eddy Ave
Missoula, MT 59812

MonTECH is a program of the University of Montana Rural Institute: Center for Excellence in Disability Education, Research, and Service. We are located on the UM campus in Missoula. We specialize in Assistive Technology (AT) and oversee a variety of AT related grants and contracts. Our overall goal is to develop a comprehensive, statewide system of assistive technology related assistance.

Contact: Kathy Laurin
Phone: 406-243-5751 or 877-243-5511 (toll free in state only)
FAX: 952-838-0199
TTY: 952-838-0190
E-mail: klaurin@ruralinstitute.umt.edu
Website: www.ruralinstitute.umt.edu

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University of Wyoming/Wyoming INstitute for Disabilities (WIND) Assistive Technology Resources (WATR)
1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 4298
Laramie, WY 82071

WATR maintains a device demonstration and loan center, in addition to providing training and technical assistance to increase awareness of and access to assistive technology for residents in the state of Wyoming.

Contact: Mary Fick Monteith
Phone: 307-766-6187
FAX: 307-766-2763
TTY: 307-766-2720
E-mail: mmonteit@uwyo.edu
Website: http://www.uwyo.edu/wind/watr/

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Utah Center for Assistive Technology
1590 5 W. 500 S.
Salt Lake City, UT 84104

The Utah Center for Assistive Technology (UCAT) is a statewide resource offering information and technical services to help people with disabilities acquire and use assistive technology devices. Our services are available to people with disabilities, and all others who are concerned with and advocate for people with disabilities. UCAT services are free to Utah residents.

Contact: Bryan Carroll, ATP
Phone: 801-887-9535
FAX: 801-887-9382
E-mail: bcarroll@utah.gov
Website: http://www.usor.utah.gov:81/ucat/

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Walton Options For Independent Living
948 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30901

Walton Options provides information, training, and peer support related to assistive technology, independent living, work re-entry, and personal assistance service

Contact: Kathy Pelletier
Phone: 706-724-6262
E-mail: kpelletier@waltonoptions.org
Website: www.waltonoptions.org



Washington Assistive Technology Act Program
University of Washington
Box 357920
Seattle, WA 98195

WATAP—the Washington Assistive Technology Act Program—serves Washington residents of all ages with disabilities of all types, their families, employers and employment service providers, educators, health care and social service providers, and others seeking information about assistive technology (AT) and accessible information technology.

Contact: Maria Kelley, OTR/L
Phone: 800-214-8731
E-mail: mtkelley@u.washington.edu
Website: http://www.watap.org

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West Virginia Assistive Technology System (WVATS)
959 Hartman Run Rd.
Morgantown, WV 26505

WVATS receives federal funding to provide access to and acquisition of assistive technology in the areas of education, employment, information technology and telecommunication and community living.
WVATS implements:
- Assistive technology exchange program
- Assistive technology loan program
- Assistive technology demonstration program
- Assistive technology training
- assistive technology computer lab

Contact: Sarah Ott
Phone: 800-841-8436 or 304-293-4692
FAX: 304-293-7294
TTY: 800-518-1448
E-mail: wvats@hsc.wvu.edu
Website: http://www.cedwvu.org/programs/wvats

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Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative at Polk Library
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

The Mission of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative is to ensure that every child in Wisconsin who needs assistive technology (AT) will have equal and timely access to an appropriate evaluation and the provision and implementation of any needed AT devices and services.

Contact: Sharon Rhode
Phone: 920-424-2247 or 800-991-5576 (toll free in state only)
FAX: 920-424-1396
E-mail: srhode@cesa6.k12.wi.us
Website: www.wati.org

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