State Level Activities
State Leadership Activities
Program Goal Areas
Bibliography on Assistive Technology
Barriers & Needs
Included in this RESNA Technical Assistance Project guide are links to accessibility and distance learning resources and guidelines; assistive technology courses; ADA, accessible IT, and employment courses; web accessibility courses; conferences; and a bibliography.
Medical and related service personnel to determine reimbursement use Current Procedural Technology (CPT) codes. It is important that assistive technology (AT) professionals understand CPT (Common Procedural Terminology) Codes and how they impact reimbursement for AT in both the public and private insurance systems. This document provides an overview of CPT codes to AT professionals, including AT service providers and those involved in policy related to AT. It is also designed to be helpful to the 56 AT Act Projects funded through the Assistive Technology Act.
Prepared by the RESNA Technical Assistance Project, this document provides issues and strategies on accessing AT through private insurance and provides links to resources on private insurance.
This report was implemented as a response to the belief that there continue to be nursing home placements that could be avoided and/or substantially delayed through the use of assistive technology devices and services. This report was researched and prepared by the South Dakota assistive technology project, DakotaLink.
This RESNA Technical Assistance Project guide provides information about assistive technology and home modifications. The guide covers definitions; laws and guidelines; initiatives from the Assistive Technology Act grantees; advocacy, financing, modification, and research resources; accreditations; online courses; and an extensive bibliography.
This Federal Communications Commission (FCC) publication provides basic information about Section 255. The FCC has rules requiring telecommunications manufacturers and service providers to make their products and services accessible to people with disabilities, if readily achievable. These rules implement Section 255 of the Communications Act. Where it is not readily achievable to provide access, Section 255 requires manufacturers and providers to make their devices and services compatible with peripheral devices and specialized customer premises equipment that are commonly used by people with disabilities, if such compatibility is readily achievable.
This RESNA Technical Assistance Project resource guide includes the definition of Universal Design, resources, and a bibliography.
A RESNA Technical Assistance Project resource.
The National Assistive Technology Technical Assistance Partnership is a cooperative agreement between the U.S. Department of Education and RESNA. The grant (Grant #H224B050003; CFDA 84.224B) is funded under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended and administered by the Rehabilitation Services Administration, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services at the U.S. Department of Education.
This website is developed with grant funds. The information contained on these pages does not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the U.S. Department of Education or the Grantee and no official endorsement of the information should be inferred.