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Partners

  • The Georgia Tech Pass It On Center (PIOC) and the Accessibility Solutions and Research Center (AMAC) support development, coordination and implementation of the AT Reuse activities and the development of the robust public internet site clearinghouse of AT resources.  These efforts are led by Carolyn Phillips and supported by the staff of AMAC and the PIOC.
 
  • The Northwest Access Fund (NAF), formerly the Washington Access Fund, supports development and delivery of training and technical assistance for AT financial loan activities including financial literacy and credit building, CDFI creation and management, establishment and oversight of direct lending, and establishment of new financial loan programs. These efforts are led by Jack Brummel and supported by NAF staff.

     

  • Oklahoma ABLE Tech, coordinates and provides Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility training to support State AT Program ICT accessibility efforts.  These efforts are led by Rob Carr.

     

  • The Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) provides access for State AT Programs and their affiliates/contractors to extensive webinar offerings including priority topics identified by the AT3 Center.  AT3 and ATIA collaborate on trainings focused on program issues of interest to State AT Programs, and ATIA provides networking opportunities for State AT programs during the annual ATIA Conference. 

     

  • Eliza J. Anderson supports awareness of the AT Act through sharing stories about AT use and benefits and creates news feeds that can be used by state programs and other disability and aging organizations for newsletters, social media, and marketing.