Missouri Assistive Technology operates the Equipment Technology Consortium (ETC) which is a short-term assistive technology equipment loan program for agencies and school districts in Missouri.

 

 

The device demonstration program allow individuals with disabilities, their family members and the professionals that support them, the opportunity to learn about and try out different devices, enabling them to make an informed choice about the equipment that best meets the individual’s needs

 

 

Show Me Loans offers low-interest loans to Missourians with a disability.

The WorkAbility loan program available to Missourians is for the purchase of equipment needed by someone with a disability to work from home or a remote site away from an office.  

 

Missouri AT offers two programs that assist in providing low-cost assistive technology to individuals with disabilities: Swap 'n Shop and Missouri AT Durable Medical Equipment Recycling Program.

 

Missouri’s Telecommunication Access Program (TAP) provides equipment to qualifying individuals who have difficulties using the phone or internet because of a disability.

 

Assistive Technology Request (ATR) provides school districts with assistance in procuring assistive technology for students with disabilities in grades K-12. Equipment must be identified in an IEP.

 

The Kids Assistive Technology program (KAT) can provide limited funding for assistive technology, vehicle access modifications and some home access modifications for children under age 21.

 

The Power Up Conference explores how technology can help in the everyday lives of those with various disabilities.

 

The goal of Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution is to ensure that every person with combined hearing and vision loss has access to modern telecommunication tools and the training necessary to use them.