Welcome to the Idaho Assistive Technology Project

The Idaho Assistive Technology Project provides support for individuals with disabilities and older persons in their personal selection of assistive technology to live, work, and play in their communities.

"For most of us,
technology makes things easier.
For a person with a disability,
it makes things possible."

— Judy Huemann, American Disability Rights activist and Former Assistant Secretary, US Department of Education, Office of Special Programs

An Idaho Center on Disabilities and Human Development employee with a disability using an over-sized keyboard to type.

A.T. Corner

Want to learn about
assistive technology options?


Visit one of our A.T. Resource Centers for hands-on demonstrations to try your options for the device, software, or app that is right for you.


IATP Services

We provide assistive technology resources and expertise to all Idahoans with disabilities through the following mechanisms:

COVID-19 Outbreak:
Providing information on the Coronavirus outbreak impact on IATP services.

Information & Assistance:
Answering your questions about assistive technology devices, services, and financing options.

Device Demonstrations:
Hands-on A.T. demonstrations to allow exploration of a range of devices, and compare features, benefits, and fit for the individiual's needs.

Lending Library Device Loans:
Lending devices for short-term trial or use. Try before you buy, or borrow a device while waiting for repairs or funding approvals.

On-site A.T. consultations for individuals, schools, and employers to help select and obtain technology that matches unique needs of the individual.

A.T. Exchange:
Facilitating a statewide website for assistive technology reuse, resale, and loans... Idaho AT4ALL.

A.T. Distribution Programs:
Computers for Kids and iCanConnect (National DeafBlind Distribution Program).

Training and Technical Assistance:
In-person and online training for health professionals, educators, employers, etc. Technical assistance for organizations on A.T. needs.

Financial Loans & Referrals:
Providing affordable financial loans to help you buy the technology you need.

The Idaho Assistive Technology Project is a federally funded grant project located at the Center on Disabilities and Human Development as part of the University of Idaho's College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. The Project was founded in 1992 and funded through the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended. Our goal is to help Idahoans with disabilities acquire the assistive technology they need to live more independent lives.

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