• The Power Up Conference has been cancelled for March 30-31, 2020
  • AT reimbursement Applications are now being accepts - K-12 Public Schools
  • Device Demonstrations - Learn about and try out different assistive technologies
  • Device Loans - Learn about short term equipment loans for agencies and school districts

Welcome to MoAT!

Missouri Assistive Technology strives to increase access to assistive technology for Missourians with all types of disabilities, of all ages. To the right are navigation links to the programs and services of MoAT.


MoAT Services Impacted by the COVID-19



In accordance with best health practices, the offices of Missouri Assistive Technology are closed until further notice.

Staff are working remotely and are able to assist however feasible with any assistive technology needs you may have. Feel free to contact staff via their work email or work telephone number. For all general questions, please contact us via email at info@mo-at.org or call our office at 816-655-6700.

ETC Device Loan Suspended

Effective as of March 20th, Missouri Assistive Technology will be suspending our device loan program, ETC. We will place any loan requests on a wait list. On April 5th, we will reassess the suspension and determine if it is appropriate to again begin making device loans. As a result of the COVID-19 situation, we feel this is an appropriate policy that helps protect everyone’s health and safety. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


If you have any questions, please contact David Baker at Dbaker@mo-at.org or via phone at (816)655-6707.


Power Up 2020: COVID-19 Update


Missouri Assistive Technology is announcing the cancellation of Power Up 2020. This was not an easy decision to make, but in the interest of health and public safety it was the appropriate one as we all address the COVID-19 health crisis.


MoAT Service Snapshot

In State FY 2019, MoAT delivered 7,640 assistive devices and provided support services to 23,671 Missourians with disabilities, family members and professionals.

  Assistive devices loaned
  Device demonstrations conducted
  TAP for Telephone & Internet devices provided
  Families assisted through the Kids Assistive Technology Program (KAT)
  Show Me Loans approved
  Deaf-Blind devices provided
  MFP (Money Follows the Person) consumers assisted
  Students with disabilities benefitted through ATR
  Gently used devices transferred to new owners
  Individual information and assistance requests handled
  Individuals attended trainings, workshops and public outreach events