South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP)

South Carolina

Assistive Technology Program

Center for Disability Resources
School of Medicine

University of South Carolina

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 of technology-related assistance programs that provide the devices that increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities.

Our mission is to enhance the independence, productivity and quality of life for all South Carolinians.

Empower

Accessibility

Independence

Our Services

SCATP is here to help people with disabilities stay well and lead full, active lives. We provide special tools and technologies to assist them, and make every day a little easier.

Device Demonstration

Our specialists guide individuals through demonstrations of various adaptive devices to help them make informed AT purchases.

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Device Loans

We believe it is important to try a device in the environment where it will be used before making the decision to buy.

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Training

Professionals provide free or low-cost workshops and hands-on training on functional strategies and the latest devices.

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Equipment Reuse

SCATP collects new and gently used medical equipment and distributes it to those in need.

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Equipment Exchange

The Equipment Exchange is a free online database that helps people find, give or sell used equipment.

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Technical Assistance

The SCATP staff provides assistance to agencies that employ or are involved with individuals with disabilities.

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