Who we are
Assistive Technology of Ohio is Ohio's A.T. Act Program.
AT Ohio's mission is to help Ohioans with disabilities learn about or acquire assistive technology. Assistive Technology refers to devices, equipment or services that assist individuals with disabilities to function independently in the areas of work, home or school. We offer several programs and services to achieve that goal. We also keep up with current legislative activity that affects persons with disabilities, and educate legislators about the needs and concerns of citizens with disabilities.
Assistive Technology of Ohio (AT Ohio) is a federally funded nonprofit organization that is part of the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University. AT Ohio is the officially designated Tech Act program for Ohio.
The federal agency of Health and Human Services provides funding for all tech act programs. Each state and U.S. territory provide appropriate services under the guidelines of the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004.
Please note: We are NOT a grants-giving or funding organization. We do not assist in financing the purchase of adapted vans or any assistive technology.. If you need funding for a device, we might be able to direct you to resources that may provide funding, but we do not fund for finance vehicles or devices.
To learn more about assistive technology programs in other states, please visit the Association for Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP) the national web site for state-designated Assistive Technology Programs.
Take a Virtual Tour
Now you can sign up for a telepresence tour of Assistive Technology of Ohio! We have telepresence robots at our west campus location and would love to show you around. We will take you on a quick tour of our library and demonstration program as you control the robot from your iPad, phone, computer or tablet. See the latest in assistive technology without leaving your home or office. Please contact Bill Darling at to set up a time. Hope to see you soon!
Upcoming FREE Webinar
School I.T. and Technology Professionals:
Please join us for a free webinar:
"Making Your School Website More Accessible to People with Disabilities"
Assistive Technology of Ohio is hosting a webinar, presented by Cher Scholl, from SchoolPointe. SchoolPointe (schoolpointe.com) is a company offering websites, mobile apps, ADA compliance, online forms solutions and facilities management tools.
Please join us Tuesday, September 10 at 10:00 a.m. (EST) for a one-hour webinar on how to make your school website more accessible to users with disabilities.
To join the webinar, please go on your web browser to:
No pre-registration required. (Carmen Connect may ask you to download the newest version of Adobe).
For more information about this webinar, please contact Bill Darling at 614-292-7721 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you on September 10!
How are we doing?
Give us your feedback -- user surveys
If you have participated in any of Assistive Technology of Ohio's programs, have borrowed a device from our lending library, or have borrowed a toy from any of the libraries participating in our Adaptive Toy Lending Program, or if you were a recipient of a refurbished computer from our Computer Refurbish program, we want your input! Please complete the appropriate user survey from the list below. Completion of a survey takes only a few minutes, and you will be helping us improve our programs. If you use assistive technology to access your computer, but cannot access our surveys, please contact us at email@example.com and we will gladly furnish you with an alternate format.
Assistive Technology Device Loan Customer Survey 2018-2019
Assistive Technology Lease (CCTV or Telepresence Robot)
Computer Refurbish and Redistribution
Adaptive Toy Libraries
Assistive Technology Device Training
What are you doing with your old computer?
Why not donate it to Assistive Technology of Ohio's Computer Refurbish program? (Your donation may be tax-deductible.) Please note: we do NOT accept printers. Contact Eric Rathburn at 866-801-7306, 614-688-3222 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.