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AT3Center provides training and technical assistance for all AT ACT Section 4 State and Territory Assistive Technology Programs and provides the public with up-to-date information and resources related to assistive technology.

How to Navigate this site:

  • If you are an AT Act Section 4 Grantee, you will find helpful information and resources under the AT Act Grantee menu at the top of the page.
  • If you are a stakeholder or member of the public, you can learn more about assistive technology by clicking on the Explore AT menu at the top of the page. For help connecting with your state or territory AT Act Program click on the Find your AT Act Program menu at the top of the page.

New Publications

Below you will find recently released publications from the AT3 Center. For additional publications, please visit our Publication page.

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Important Message related to the COVID-19 Virus

People with disabilities and seniors, including but not limited to those who use assistive technology (AT) are at increased risk of serious or fatal complications from COVID-19. The AT3 Center is poised to provide state Assistive Technology Act programs with useful and current information regarding the provision of access to and acquisition of assistive technology devices and services to people with disabilities and seniors. Check back periodically on our Emergency Management resources page (will include archived webinars on this topic) and follow the AT3 Center on Facebook for resources that are updated almost daily.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Wisconsin’s Assistive Technology Program (WisTech)

Adaptive Recreation Grows in Wisconsin
Options for Independent Living, a WisTech partner, is expanding Adaptive Adventures with funding from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation and the Administration for Community Living (ACL).

The ability to connect people with recreational adaptive equipment, events, and other people with shared lived experiences has been an incredible addition to our organization.
— Calvin Richtig, AT Specialist, Options for Independent Living.

Discover more about “Adaptive Recreation” in Wisconsin.

Action Trackchairs and a Firefly wheelchair attachment power happy explorers at a Northern Adventures event in Wisconsin