SC ATAC Assistive Technology Resources Survey

This survey is being conducted by the Outreach Committee of the Assistive Technology Advisory Committee under the Chief Information Officer, Budget and Control Board. We are gathering information about the state’s assistive technology resources so that we can have a central location on the web for this information and to facilitate networking among assistive technology service providers in our state. This information is being gathered for informational purposes and not in an attempt to "test your compliance" or evaluate programs. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Janet Jendron at Janet.Jendron@uscmed.sc.edu or 803-935-5273.

What is the name of your organization?

Does your organization have a Web site? If yes, please list the Web site address below.

Does your organization have a person responsible for Assistive Technology? If so, please list your primary contact person's name and contact information below. (Please include the person's name, position, address, telephone number, and email address.)

Please list any other persons responsible for Assistive Technology. (Please include each person's name, position, address, telephone number, and email address.)

Eligibility Requirements:

Geographical Area Served:

Ages/Disabilities Served:

Procedure: (description of steps taken before the demo/loan/assessment appointment is made)

What assistive technology do you offer for demonstration? (Give general categories if you have an extensive inventory).

What assistive technology do you offer for loan? (Give general categories if you have an extensive inventory).

What assistive technology do you offer for use by patrons/clients/students? (Give general categories if you have an extensive inventory).

Who can come to see/try/use/borrow your assistive technology?

Does your staff assist service providers or consumers in determining appropriate assistive technology for individuals served by your program?

If so, in what areas?

Vehicle Modification
Environmental Control Units
Seating/Positioning
Manual/Powered Mobility
Aids for Daily Living (including ambulatory aids)
Home Modification
Job-Site Modification
Augmentative Communication Devices
Rural/Farm Adaptations
Assistive Devices for Hearing Impairments/Deafness
Assistive Devices for Visual Impairments/Blindness
Computer Access - Hardware
Computer Access - Software
Orientation and Mobility
Adapted Prosthetics/Orthotics
Other

If you chose "Other" in the above question, please list the "Other" area(s) here.

Is your staff available to go offsite to assist people in determining appropriate assistive technology for individuals? Please explain if you wish.

What training can your staff provide to other AT service providers in the state?

What training do you need from SCATP or other AT service providers in the state?

What technical help can your staff provide to other AT service providers in the state?

What technical help do you need from SCATP or other AT service providers in the state?

Any additional comments or suggestions?

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