Assistive technology for the classroom includes a wide range of devices, items, equipment and systems that are used to increase, maintain or improve the functional capabilities of a person with a disability.
The Iowa Program for Assistive Technology helps Iowans find out about and get the assistive technology they need as part of their daily lives to learn, work, play and participate in community life safely and independently.
This site provides a variety of resources — including AT consultation, assessments, training, workshops and ongoing support for students, families, school districts, businesses and other institutions and organizations.
The Iowa Able Foundation helps Iowans with disabilities and the aging achieve and maintain independence through micro lending and financial coaching programs statewide. The organization is a non-profit, regulated lender focused on providing holistic financial services, financial services and the education necessary for building credit and assets while attaining the assistive technology needed to live, work and learn in Iowa communities.