AT3 Center partnerships increase access to and acquisition of AT devices and services.

Georgia Tech Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation

The Georgia Institute of Technology’s (GT) Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) is actively developing an innovative suite of ACCESS Interface Tools to quickly, reliably and effectively connect the AT Act Community and assist individuals with disabilities with appropriate Assistive Technology, strategies & accommodations needed for working, living, learning and playing.


Oklahoma ABLE Tech, coordinates and provides Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility training to support AT Act Program ICT accessibility efforts. ABLE Tech is also creating self-paced courses on a variety of digital accessibility topics for AT Act Programs, other ACL entities and beyond.

ATiA Assistive Technology Industry Association

Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) provides access for AT Act Programs and their affiliates/contractors to extensive webinar offerings including priority topics identified by the AT3 Center. AT3 and ATIA collaborate on trainings focused on program issues of interest to AT Act Programs, and ATIA provides networking opportunities for AT Act Programs during the annual ATIA Conference.

ATiA Assistive Technology Industry Association

The American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Training and Technical Assistance Center (AIVRTTAC) collaborates with the AT3 Center with the goal of increasing the use of Assistive Technology Act services and activities among Tribal nations.