Welcome to the new Assistive Technology Act Technical Assistance and Training (AT3) Center web site. Please be patient as we build and grow this website to support quality implementation of the Assistive Technology Act. The AT3 Center is responsible for providing training and technical assistance for all AT Act Section 4 grantees, known as State AT Programs, including supporting all authorized state level and state leadership activities. A separate technical assistance provider, the National Disability Rights Network, is responsible for providing training and technical assistance for the AT Act Section 5 grantees as part of their overall technical assistance to Protection and Advocacy agencies. The AT3 Center will also establish and curate a national public AT internet resource portal to make general AT information available to the public and other stakeholders.
The AT3 Center is a sponsored project of the Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP) operated under a five year grant (2016 – 2021) from the Administration for Community Living ACL, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
For initial communication and information dissemination, the AT3 Center has established the About AT listserv for all interested individuals. Please click on the following link to request to be added to this listserv -
About AT listserv
Additional Community of Practice (CoP) groups with associated listservs will be established in the near future to support networking and information exchange in activity areas authorized by Section 4 of the AT Act.
State AT Program Leadership Symposium – March 27 to 29 – Crystal City, VA
For registration and the tentative agenda go to REGISTRATION/AGENDA
Device Demo/Loan Community of Practice Group Wednesday February 1st 3:00pm EST
Reuse Community of Practice call Wednesday February 22nd 3:00pm EST