State and Territory AT Programs are working hard right now to get the word out about their AT services. Each is exploring creative solutions for how to reach you.
When school buildings closed in mid-March due to COVID-19, I joined the ranks of Connecticut’s educators, therapists and AT providers who were forced to find creative, alternative ways to provide direct services.
Biking is Crew’s favorite part of physical therapy. “He loves it,” said his mother, Melissa. “For him, it’s playtime.”
Does your medical community need face shields? Here’s how to help.
Did you know that many State AT Programs provide temporary ramps for wheelchair access free of charge to borrowers who request them?
The South Carolina AT Program is getting ready to bring smiles to families and children with disabilities, one switch-adapted toy at a time!
Thanks to the MassMATCH Community Blog for this story about the power of play.
Most states have an alternative financing program to help residents buy assistive technology (AT) and AT services. Jeff and Shelley Penick used Oklahoma’s for a very unique purchase.
Many of us take drinking fountains for granted. What if suddenly you needed special equipment to make them work?
Sharing this project with AT3 Center blog readers is irresistible. To conclude our series on accessible video making, embedded here is a one-minute promotional video I made for the Massachusetts durable medical equipment (DME) reuse program, REquipment.