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Welcome to MoAT!

Save The Date!

Power Up is back. 

Watch our Power Up Conference Page in the weeks to come for more details on participant registration and sessions. We are now accepting Call for Presenter submissions.   Exhibitor Registration is OPEN.  Exhibitors will find the Exhibitor information sheet on the Exhibitor page.  Attendee registration expected to open by January 22, 2022.  General information is available now about the conference on the General Information page.



Welcome to Missouri Assistive Technology


At Missouri Assistive Technology, we offer a variety of programs for individuals with disabilities or for individuals experiencing age related changes.    Each program plays a role in finding the right match for the individual. Our demonstration centers are great locations to see, try and learn about devices.  Agencies and individuals might consider borrowing a device through our ETC program as an option to try out a device.  Our TAP, Show Me Loans, KAT and ATR programs are potential sources for acquiring devices. Give us a call, drop us an email and let us know how we can help you become aware of AT for all types of disabilitites.


MoAT Service Snapshot

In State FY 2021, Missouri Assistive Technology delivered 6,837 assistive devices and provided support services to 18,381 Missourians with disabilities, family members and professionals

  Assistive devices loaned
 Individuals gained access to AT through device demonstrations
  TAP for Telephone & Internet devices provided
  Families assisted through the Kids Assistive Technology Program (KAT)
  Show Me Loans approved
  Deaf-Blind (iCanConnect) devices provided
  Money Follows the Person (MFP) consumers assisted
  Students with disabilities received devices through ATR
  Gently used devices transferred to new owners
 Requests for individual assistance, information, and support were responded to by MoAT staff via phone calls, mail, email and in-person
 Individuals experienced high-impact AT Training
Participants in the Robotic Pet Project designed to reduce the negative impacts of social isolation.