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Welcome to Missouri Assistive Technology

A girl with long hair using a white can, a senior female talking on the phone, a man driving a track power chair, a boy with glasses using the computer and a young woman with a bandana on her head in a wheelchair.  National Assistive Technology Awareness Day




March 1, 2023 is National Assistive Technology Awareness Day in the United States.  Share your Assistive Technology story on your favorite social page.  Let your community know about the importance of Assistive Technology and include this hashtag: #ATAwarenessDay


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 disabilities.

Power Up 2023

On April 3 & 4, 2023, the Midwest Assistive Technology Community will come together to network, learn, and share at the Power Up AT Conference.

Assistive technology practitioners, teachers, parents, caregivers, and persons with disabilities have gathered at Power Up over the last 25 years.  Power Up AT Conference & Expo is a great place to learn, network, and share best practices in assistive technology. In April of 2023, we will gather together in Columbia, MO, for Power Up!

Power Up 2023's Conference Guide provides more information on conference details.

MoAT Service Snapshot

In State FY 2022, Missouri Assistive Technology provided 6,729 assistive devices and delivered support services to 19,443 Missourians with disabilities, family members, and professionals.

 Individuals received high-impact training
 Gently used devices transferred to individuals in need
 Amount saved Missourians through device re-utilization
 Assistive devices loaned to schools, agencies, and individuals
 Missourians introduced to assistive technology through device demonstrations
 Devices provided to seniors and individuals with disabilities through Telecommunication Access Program
 Students with disabilities received assistive technology through ATR Program
 Devices matched to individuals with combined vision and hearing loss
 Participants in the Show Me Homes Program assisted through provision of AT devices
 Show Me Loans for assistive technology, home modifications, and adapted vehicles
 Families provided assistive technology, home modifications or vehicle modifications through Kids Assistive Technology Program
 Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) utilized TBI toolkits


 Savings and Benefits to Missourians through leveraging of federal funds