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Autism Resources for Parents: Assistive Technology Resources
This pathfinder will share an annotated list of reference sources, indexes, databases, and other content to help users begin to conduct research on the topic of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The KATS Network is one of 56 statewide assistive technology programs federally funded under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004.
The KATS Network’s mission is to make assistive technology (AT) information, devices and services easily obtainable for people of any age and/or disability. AT is any item or piece of equipment (both low-tech and high-tech) used to improve and/or maintain independence in the home, at work, school or play.
The KATS Network provides access to AT through a network of five (5) Regional AT Resource Centers (ATRCs) across the state. The Regional ATRCs operate AT demonstration programs, lending libraries and AT reutilization programs.
KATS Network: A Guide To Assistive Technology Funding In Kentucky
The funding guide is designed to help state agency personnel, service providers, individuals with disabilities, and their family members to solve the funding maze of getting assistive technology in Kentucky.
HDI CATS: Center for Assistive Technology Services