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Welcome to theUtah Assistive Technology Foundation

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A man using a chair lift
two girls at the zoo
a small girl with a hearing aid

The Utah Assistive Technology Foundation is a private, non-profit organization that works with Zions Bank and the Utah MicroEnterprise Loan Fund to provide low-interest loans to purchase assistive technology and telework devices and to start or expand small businesses. The UATF also offers small grants of $400 or less on a limited basis through non-federal funding to families who meet federal poverty guidelines. Our goal is to assist Utahns with disabilities by enhancing their independence, education, employment, and quality of life through assistive technology.

  1. How do I apply for either an assistive device or telework loan?
  2. How do I apply for a small business loan?
  3. How do I apply for a grant?
  4. What is assistive technology?
  5. What kinds of technology and telework devices and services have other people received loans for?
  6. What is the Utah Assistive Technology foundation?

Over the years, the UATF has been able to help hundreds of Utahns with disabilities of all ages obtain loans and grants to purchase the assistive technology that allows them to be independent, productive and successful at home, at school, at work and in the community. Click here for a small sample of their comments.

Feel free to download the UATF or Telework brochures by clicking on the following links:

Independence is priceless. We help make it affordable.

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Utah Assistive Technology Foundation
6835 Old Main Hill
Logan, Ut 84322-6835
PHONE : 1-800-524-5152
FAX : 1-435-797-2355
Email Your Comments To :   uatf@cpd2.usu.edu

This site is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration, Grant #H224A060044. The content does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Department.