ATAP Partners Office of Rehabilitation Services 40 Fountain Street, Providence, RI 02903 Program Director: Melanie Sbardella 401.332.9018 (V) Email: email@example.com Homepage: http://www.ors.ri.gov The ATAP Lead Agency coordinates the overall activities and funds for the project. TechACCESS of RI 161 Comstock Parkway Cranston, RI 02921 800.916.8324 (V/TTY) ~ 401.463.0202 (V/TTY) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Homepage: http://www.techaccess-ri.org The ATAP Central Resource Center for Assistive Technology provides information, referrals, demonstrations, and technical assistance to individuals with questions regarding assistive technology. The Center coordinates a library of informational sources and provides demonstrations of assistive technology. East Bay Educational Collaborative 317 Market Street, Warren, RI 02885 401.245.2045 (V) ~ RIRelay 711 Email: email@example.com Homepage: http://www.ebecri.org/assistive_technology The ATAP Resource Center for Children and Youth targets the needs of children up to the age of 21. Parents, children and school personnel can "try out" assistive technology through presentations via this resource center. Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL) 1944 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, RI 02889 401.738.1013 (V) ~ 401.224.7792 (Videophone) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Homepage: http://www.oscil.org The ATAP Resource Center for Elders and Individuals with Sensory Impairments provides a key linkage to the Independent Living system in Rhode Island. Through this resource, elderly can learn about inexpensive assistive technology devices that will assist them in their daily lives. Adaptive Telephone Equipment Loan Program (ATEL) Located at: Office of Rehabilitation Services 40 Fountain Street ~ Providence, RI 02903 401.486.3325 (V) ~ 401.222.1679 (TTY) Email: email@example.com Homepage: http://www.atel.ri.gov Adaptive Telephone Equipment Loan Program (ATEL) provides equipment to qualified individuals who have hearing and/or speech impairments, or who suffer from neuromuscular damage or disease, to enable them to use the telephone. Rhode Island Council on Assistive Technology (RICAT) RICAT is the advisory board to the ATAP project. RICAT members are predominately AT users who advocate for legislative and other changes in the system to increase the access to AT for individuals with disabilities. RICAT Chairs: Michael Matracia (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ben Dugas (email@example.com) If you have any questions or comments related to the Assistive Technology Access Partnership (ATAP), contact Melanie Sbardella @ 401.332.9018 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.