Navigating available funding to acquire AT equipment and services can be overwhelming and confusing. We can help find resources to acquire AT that best meet your individual needs. Contact ATLA to learn about available programs that can reduce barriers and improve independence.

Our Programs

Available for low-income individuals who are deaf-blind or have a significant vision and hearing loss. Once an applicant has been verified to qualify for the program, an AT Specialist will provide an evaluation, purchase telecommunication equipment and train the individual free of charge.

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Free distance communication equipment and services for Alaskans who are Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, or Speech-disabled.

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An exploratory process that coordinates and navigates funding and other resources for individuals who are in need of AT equipment or services. Will search for funding that covers the cost of assessment, equipment, and/or training.

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GoBabyGo provides modified ride-on cars to children birth to age 3 who experience limited mobility.

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Rental of AT equipment that is often difficult to obtain funding for without proven prior trial, such as mounting systems, CCTVs, augmentative communication devices, etc

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Lightly used equipment that has been donated to ATLA and can now be used by another person.

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Tech Access for Literacy and Learning (TALL) is specific to life-long learners in Alaska who struggle to access literacy materials. From students who struggle to read classroom materials or books for fun, to seniors who struggle to read the newspaper every morning, TALL is here to help all Alaskans find their literacy solution.

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Free lifetime equipment loans for qualified Alaskans. 

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Our Partnering Programs

ATLA and the UAF Cooperative Extension Office have partnered on this USDA funded program helping Alaskans who have a barrier to independently performing their agriculture-related goals. 

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ATLA hosts a loan library of communication and AT daily living devices set aside for Alaskans that experience ALS.

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This new pilot project explores how home accessibility modifications and the use of enabling technologies can support people living independently in their homes.

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Providing increased mobility and accessibility for Alaskans to live in their homes for as long as possible.

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