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Victoria is a classically trained musician who plays the viola. Due to a childhood bone deformity, she has limited range of motion in her arms and wrists. She has never been able to reach the upper registers, also known as “the heavens,” thus limiting her ability to fully master the viola. Luthier Noah Scott of Seman Violins was able to construct a unique instrument by eliminating one of the upper bouts and narrowing the thickness of the neck, allowing Victoria to literally reach new heights in her playing. Victoria is a student at Illinois State University where she will graduate with a degree in stringed orchestral music. She plays in the University orchestra and teaches children stringed instruments. After graduation, she plans to make a living teaching stringed instruments.
1-13-2021 Important Update! The front office is OPEN to the public at this time but all services require an appointment. IATP is following the Governor's Tier 3 Phase 4 Mitigation plan currently in effect and
The IATP program recently received the 2020 Governor’s Engaging Aging Award. The Illinois Department on Aging (IDoA) announced the award along with other award recipients at the Department’s virtual symposium that had over 600 attendees.
IATP was recently featured in the CATADA September 2020 issue of Innovative AT Practices for their efforts to increase access to AT for students. To read this story and innovative AT practices from other states,
IATP is excited to collaborate with the Illinois Department on Aging, Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities, and the Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Rehabilitation Services