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                <h1>Children Education Advices</h1>
<p>Assistive technology refers to any device that enables individuals with disabilities to perform tasks with which they would have otherwise struggled or been unable to complete. The Assistive Technology Act (ATA) requires that the U.S. Department of Education supply funds to each state and U.S. territory for the purpose of providing assistive technology devices to individuals with disabilities. Funds are distributed through statewide programs. The ATA helps increase awareness of and access to life-changing technology.</p>
<p>History of the ATA<br />In 1988, Congress first passed the Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act, often called the Tech Act. It was reauthorized in 1994 and again in 1998. The purpose of the Tech Act was to support states as they built and implemented programs that increased access to assistive technology. States competed for fund, and it wasn't until 1995 that financial assistance stretched across all states U.S. territories. The Tech Act included a sunset provision and, without further legislation, would have ended in September of 2004.</p>
<p>ATA of 2004<br />In 2004, Congress passed the ATA without a sunset provision. The purpose of the ATA differed from the former Tech Act in that the ATA mandated that individuals with disabilities would receive direct assistance through statewide programs in order to obtain the necessary assistive technology. Under the each edition of the ATA, all individuals with <a href="https://buyessayclub.com/plagiarism-checker.php">plagiarism checker online</a> are entitled to assistance, regardless of specific disability, age, or environment.</p>
<p>Assistive Technology Act Programs<br />Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP) include state finance systems, device reutilization programs, device loan programs, and device demonstration programs. State finance systems provide funding for assistive technology devices and services and increase access to such devices and services. Device reutilization programs provide services that reutilize assistive technology through exchange, repair, recycling, or other means. Device loan programs provide short-term loans to individuals with disabilities, employers, public agencies, or other individuals or agencies working toward meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities. Device demonstration programs provide services that demonstrate the use of a variety of assistive technology devices.</p>
              
            
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