State Plan for Assistive Technology (AT)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Community Living (ACL) requires states that receive federal funding from the AT Act to submit a State Plan for Assistive Technology every three years. The State Plan outlines goals for the state’s AT program and tracks progress towards these goals based on federal performance measures.
Wisconsin's State Plan for AT
The AT Advisory Council has three subcommittees that have directives that assist in the development and monitoring of the Wisconsin's State Plan for AT.
WISCONSIN’S STATE PLAN FOR AT
Feedback Received on Wisconsin's State AT Plan
Public comments and feedback for the State Plan for AT were received between June 1 and June 30, 2018 and published. The comments received have been reviewed and addressed in the plan as appropriate. The AT Advisory Council is committed to using the comments and feedback received on the plan in multiple ways—including implementation of the State Plan for AT. Even if every comment is not reflected in the final plan, comments and feedback have been heard and considered.