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My Visit to IATP – A Thank You Letter from Ellie
September 29, 2021 was a very exciting day for me! My niece had come for a visit and while doing some research, found an agency (IATP) in Springfield that provides access to equipment for people with disabilities. We made an appointment to see what equipment was available for individuals with low vision.
I was completely awestruck when we got to IATP and saw all the possibilities for helpful items that I could use at home. We received a tour and demonstrations of many items. We determined that I could really benefit from a CCTV and one was available through the Reuse Program to take home that day!
I will be forever grateful for this. I use it every day and sometimes several times a day. I use to have trouble reading newspapers, magazines, recipes, directions for food preparation and many other things. So, I very much want to give a huge thank you to IATP for such a wonderful service and the staff who were so welcoming, helpful and have made my life much easier.
IATP is open and all services are available. Some group related activities may be modified. Masks are required and appointments are highly encouraged so that we may ensure someone is available to help you upon
The office is open by appointment only until Monday January 3rd. No new appointments will be scheduled until that time. IATP is operating with a greatly reduced staff through the holidays. You may experience a delayed response
If you are a Maker and interested in how you can volunteer your time and skills to help Illinois residents with disabilities, please visit https://make.iltech.org to learn more about the Illinois Creative Assistive Technology Project
USSAAC (United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication) has a new campaign called “Amplifying AAC Voices,” designed to provide people who rely on AAC more opportunities to be heard. The initial initiative involves the