Wisconsin's Assistive Technology Program (WisTech)

Upcoming WisTech Regional Training

WisTech is hosting a regional training, "Transportation and Automotive Access," on September 24 in Germantown, Wisconsin, and September 25 in Richfield, Wisconsin. 

This training will focus on transportation issues, resources, and assistive technology solutions for people with disabilities and older adults. Any individuals, service providers, or caregivers who have an interest in travel and transportation access for people with disabilities are welcome to attend. Continuing education units (CEUs) and certified rehabilitation counselor hours (CRCs) are available for interested participants. 

The training is being offered at no cost but is limited to 50 participants. The registration deadline is Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

To register for the training, and to learn more about the training topics, times and locations, and available lodging, visit the WisTech registration page

WisTech is Wisconsin's assistive technology program funded under the AT Act of 1998, as amended.

WisTech provides information on selecting, funding, installing, and using assistive technology.

Assistive technology (AT) is any product or device that enables people with disabilities to improve their independence and quality of life in the community, at home, at work, and at school.

AT items include commercially made equipment, custom-made devices, or common products that have been modified to serve a specific need.

WisTech is funded to provide:

WisTech uses its three-year State Plan for Assistive Technology (PDF) to communicate its goals and plans to the citizens of Wisconsin and the federal Rehabilitation Services Administration.

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If you have questions about WisTech, Wisconsin's Assistive Technology Program, contact the WisTech Program Coordinator, or call 608-514-2513.

Last Revised: August 21, 2019