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SC Assistive Technology Program

The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP) uses technology devices and services to help people with disabilities live, work and learn more independently. We are federally funded and part of a national network that provides the devices that increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities for people with disabilities.

 

Covid 19 Update

April 30, 2021: We are following the guidelines from USC School of Medicine.  SCATP staff are available for in-person demonstrations by appointment or via Zoom by appointment.  Our device loan and reuse services are fully functional. All of our trainings are being offered virtually as webinars. Check out our training page for more information. 

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