Tennessee Technology Access Program (TTAP)
The Tennessee Technology Access Program (TTAP) is a statewide program designed to increase access to, and acquisition of, assistive technology devices and services. Through its four core programs: Funding Assistance, Device Demonstration, Device Loan and Device Reutilization, TTAP and a network of assistive technology centers help people with disabilities and their families find and get the tools that they need to live independent, productive lives where and how they choose.
Each of TTAP’s core programs is uniquely designed to both maximize limited resources and improve the understanding of, and to gain better access to, assistive technology devices and services.
TTAP partners with assistive technology centers in each region in order to cover the entire state. The centers provide training, evaluation, minority outreach and advocacy services. The staff at each of the centers works closely with businesses, school systems, vocational rehabilitation, and the medical community to increase the independence and productivity of persons with disabilities through the use of assistive technology devices and services.
For more information, contact TTAP:
Tennessee Technology Access Program
James K. Polk State Office Building, 15th Floor
505 Deaderick Street
Nashville, TN 37243-1403
One DHS Contact Center 1-833-772-TDHS (8347)