The Connecticut Tech Act Project increases independence and improves the lives of individuals with disabilities through increased access to Assistive Technology for work, school and community living. CTTAP has established partnerships with agencies in the community, including the NEAT Center at Oak Hill to increase awareness of AT through demonstrations, device loan programs, equipment reuse and alternate financing programs.
The ALS Association of CT (ALSA) partners with the NEAT Center to provide assistive technology (AT) devices and services to families registered with the CT Chapter. The NEAT Center handles, sanitizes, restores and tracks the ALSA’s adaptive equipment inventory out of the Hartford address. This also includes pick-up and delivery.
The Connecticut Birth to Three System, administered by the Office of Early Childhood, partners with the NEAT Center to provide assistive technology (AT) devices and services to eligible children and their families. The NEAT Center handles, sanitizes, restores and tracks the Birth to Three adaptive equipment inventory out of the Hartford address. Other partnership services include AT trainings, technical assistance, access to a loan library and resourceful information.
The NEAT Center at Oak Hill
33 Coventry St. Hartford, CT 06112