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August 1, 2015
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January 29-31, 2015
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September 25, 2015

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Would you like to learn more about what your state is doing to reuse assistive technology for people with disabilities? Click on your state link or on the map to view locations of programs.

Are you a program that practices safe and appropriate reuse of assistive technology or durable medical equipment? Are you listed in the National Reuse Locations Database?
Learn how to register your program.

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Pass It On Center Technical Assistance and Training Survey

We need your feedback!

The Pass It On Center team is interested in getting your feedback about your experiences in receiving technical assistance and training support. Please take a moment to complete the survey.

Your evaluation of the Pass It On Center technical assistance and training performance will be included in our final report to the U. S. Department of Education. We welcome your comments and encourage you to share your thoughts about future work to increase access to high quality reusable assistive technology.

We ask that you please forward this survey to others who may have received technical assistance and training support from the National Pass It On Center.
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The Pass It On Center is creating national and state resources to foster the appropriate reuse of AT so that people with disabilities can get the affordable AT they need in order to live, learn, work and play more independently.

Our Mission
The Pass It On Center, the National Assistive Technology Device Reutilization Coordination and Technical Assistance Center, will foster improvements in AT reuse practices and network among AT Reuse programs by:

  • Creating a national network to help current and emerging reuse programs share information to improve their services.
  • Providing technical assistance and support to current and emerging programs by conducting site visits, teleconferences and monthly webinars.
  • Forging relationships and working with AT vendors and manufacturers to identify areas of mutual concern and collaboration by having a presence at national AT conferences.
  • Identifying successful practices and quality indicators of AT reuse programs and promoting their use through an online Knowledge Base and program assessment tool, known as Indicators of Quality for AT Reuse (IQ-ATR).
  • Exploring collaboration with public and private organizations that are interested in effectively reutilizing AT they purchase.
  • Promoting public awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of AT reuse.
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IQ puzzle pieces

Use our easy online tool to assess your AT Reuse Program’s progress toward the promising practices of the Indicators of Quality for AT Reuse (IQ-ATR).

Click here to take the Online Program Assessment:

To view the Indicators of Quality for AT Reuse document, click here: PDF  |  MS Word

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Interested in Accreditation for your AT Reuse Program? Please take this brief survey.
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New resource about emergency preparedness for people who use AT!

A new customizable brochure prepared by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, in collaboration with the Pass It On Center, is now available at no charge. Visit the Emergency Management for more info.

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