Utah Assistive Technology Program

Independence is priceless. We make it possible.

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The Utah Assistive Technology Program (UATP) is part of the Institute for Disability Research, Policy and Practice at Utah State University. Our mission is to put assistive technology into the hands of people who need it. We also help people afford those devices. Our goal is to promote independence in education, employment, and community settings.

We serve individuals with disabilities of all ages throughout the state of Utah. Our job is to provide assistive technology devices and services, as well as train parents, children with disabilities, professional service providers, and university students about assistive technology. We coordinate our services with community organizations and others who provide independence-related supports.

UATP will accept consumers regardless of race, national origin, religion, geographic location within the state of Utah, age, sex, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation or belief. 

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What is Assistive Technology?

Assistive technology is any item, piece of equipment, or system that can increase, maintain or improve independence. It can be high- or low-tech.

Our Locations

Our headquarters are on the USU campus in Logan, but we offer services statewide. We have physical locations in Salt Lake City, Logan and the Uintah Basin.

Find an item for demonstration, loan or to have for your own

Utah AT4ALL (AT for All)
You can place your device for sale (or for free) on our AT4All partner site. You can search for used items or items available for demonstration and loan there, too. Individual users set their prices, but the service is free.


UATP featured on KSL with custom 3D-printed grabber

It all began with a daily task that was difficult for Shawnie Christensen. She has Muscular Dystrophy. Because of this, she has low-grip strength. She used a hanger to grab things (in the past) that were out of reach, but she wanted something easier. Tha...