AbleData is a collection of useful information about assistive technology. The database contains more than 20,000 assistive technology products that are currently available. ABLEDATA is sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U.S. Department of Education.
AgrAbility provides direct services and information to farmers and farm family members with a disability or long-term health condition who want to remain in production agriculture.
Assistive Technology Information is an on-line resource that provides up-to-date information on assistive technology and disability-related information. The database of AT is designed to help consumers target solutions, determine costs and link to vendors that sell products.
Information and Referral Tool (IRT) is an online tool that was created by the PA Department of Human Services to assist individuals in identifying programs and resources that may help individuals to obtain services and remain in their home and community. These include home and community-based waiver programs, which will sometimes cover part of the cost of an adapted vehicle.
New Mobility, a publication of United Spinal Association, is a colorful lifestyle magazine for wheelchair users, focusing on full participation in education, work, love, sex, parenting, art, recreation and travel.
Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT) is a project of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. PIAT provides information and assistance, demonstrations and training opportunities on assistive technology devices and services to Pennsylvanians of all ages and disabilities. PIAT also administers the equipment Lending Library, the Telecommunication Device Distribution Program, and the Reused and Exchanged Equipment Partnership. PIAT has a network of Assistive Technology Resource Centers to help provide services throughout the Commonwealth.
Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North American (RESNA), Catalyst Project
Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North American (RESNA), Catalyst Project provides technical assistance to the Assistive Technology Act programs, including the alternate financing programs AFPs. This website includes links to state programs, loan program data, and a library of resources.