AT Connects is one of four entities funded to augment and support state based Assistive Technology Act activities.  Our three national partners are:


CATADA – Center for Assistive Technology Act Data Assistance

The Center for Assistive Technology Act Data Assistance (CATADA) is a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services. CATADA provides technical assistance and supports to State AT Programs funded under Section 4 of the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended (P.L. 108-364). CATADA is a collaborative project of ICI and ATAP.

Pass It On Center – National Assistive Technology Reuse Center

The Pass It On Center: A National Collaboration for the Reutilization and Coordination of Assistive Technology.  The center is based in Georgia and provides technical assistance to assistive technology reuse programs throughout the country.  Its ultimate goal is to establish a national assistive technology reuse collaborative.

RESNA Catalyst Project – Providing Technical Assistance to AT Act Entities

The RESNA Catalyst Project is funded to provide assistance to the AT Act Grantees to assist them in increasing awareness, access, acquisition and advocacy to assistive technology (AT) devices and services for consumers with disabilities of all ages. The project works with the 56 statewide AT programs, the 57 protection and advocacy for AT programs, and the 33 alternative financing programs. It also works with 19 access to telework financial loan programs.