Texas Technology Access Program

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Our mission is to increase access for people with disabilities and those who are aging to Assistive Technology (AT) tools and services. AT may provide these Texans with more control over their immediate environments; an enhanced ability to function independently; potential access to education, vocation and employment; and more opportunities for recreation/leisure activities and community engagement. We support and develop programs to improve access, advocacy, and awareness of AT to meet the needs of Texans with disabilities and those who are aging. 

The Texas Technology Access Program (TTAP) leads the state's efforts to carry out the federal 21st Century Assistive Technology Act. Additional information on state AT Programs can be found at the National Assistive Technology Act Technical Assistance and Training (AT3) Center.

TTAP provides AT Device Loans, Demonstration Centers, Recycle/Reuse Programs, and Financing.  Additionally, we provide AT training, information and assistance, public awareness, technical assistance, and custom activities. Please contact us for any of these services. 

Upcoming Events

Xbox Adaptive Controller with switches
Event Status
Scheduled
Thursday April 11, 2024, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Virtual
A general overview of accessible video gaming and how TTAP can help Texans explore this leisure activity.
Playing Xbox with copilot turned on
Event Status
Scheduled
Thursday May 9, 2024, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Virtual
Learn the basics of MS XBOX accessibility features for both hardware and games.
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Information in other languages

TTAP folleto informativo
Diagrama de flujo de la tecnología de apoyo
File
AT3 flujo de servicios de tecnología asistencial
Documentos de información sobre tecnologia de asistencia
TTAP rack card in Vietnamese
TTAP rack card in Chinese

TTAP Report Infographics

2022
2021
File
2021infographic.pdf (404.96 KB)
ATAP ROI for AT Programs Nationally

AT Program ROI