ATAC: State Assistive Technology Plan

State Plan for Assistive Technology (AT)

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Community Living (ACL) requires states that receive federal funding from the AT Act to submit a State Plan for Assistive Technology every three years. The State Plan outlines goals for the state’s AT program and tracks progress towards these goals based on federal performance measures.

Wisconsin's State Plan for AT

Wisconsin's AT Advisory Council has completed the State Plan for Assistive Technology 2018-2020 (PDF). This plan aims to improve access to assistive technology devices and services for people of all ages in order to continue to live independently in the community with dignity and respect.

Feedback Received on Wisconsin's State AT Plan

Public comments and feedback for the State Plan for AT were received between June 1 and June 30, 2018 and published.   The comments received have been reviewed and addressed in the plan as appropriate. The AT Advisory Council is committed to using the comments and feedback received on the plan in multiple ways—including implementation of the State Plan for AT. Even if every comment is not reflected in the final plan, comments and feedback have been heard and considered.

Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) June 28, 2018

Wisconsin Augmentative Alternative Communication Network Leadership Team June 27, 2018

Wisconsin Independent Living Network (WILN) June 7, 2018

Individual Joy Krogstad June 6, 2018

Individual Laurine Lusk June 12, 2018

Individual Tiffany Glass June 12, 2018

Individual Tiffany Glass June 29, 2018

SPAT survey response 1

SPAT survey response 2

SPAT survey response 3

SPAT survey response 4

SPAT survey response 5

DHS Response BPDD July 3, 2018

DHS Response WAAC July 3, 2018

DHS Response WILN June 27, 2018

DHS Response Joy Krogstad June 14, 2018

DHS Response Laurine Lusk June 27, 2018

DHS Response Tiffany Glass June 27, 2018

Last Revised: May 13, 2021

This content reflects the views and opinions of the advisory council. It may not reflect the official policy or position of DHS.