Overview of Activities Performed
Did your approved State Plan for this reporting period include conducting short-term device loans?
A. Short-Term Device Loans by Type of Purpose
Report the number of short-term device loans made by primary purpose of the loan. Count each loan in only one category, even if the loan included multiple devices. If at least one device included in the loan was obtained for the purpose of decision-making, report the loan in the first row.
Assist in decision making (device trial or evaluation)
Serve as loaner during device repair or while waiting for funding
Provide an accommodation on a short-term basis
Conduct training, self-education or other professional development activity
B. Number of Device Loans by Type of Borrower
In this section, report the number of device loans by type of borrowers, by type of individual or entity. The total number of device borrowers should equal the total number of short-term device loans reported by primary purpose in Item A. You must be able to categorize borrowers to report them in this table as there is no option for "unable to categorize" or "other".
Individuals with disabilities
Family members, guardians, and authorized representatives
Representatives of Education
Representatives of Employment
Representatives of Health, allied health, and rehabilitation
Representatives of Community Living
Representatives of Technology
C. Length of Short-Term Device Loans
What is the length of a short-term device loan, as established by your statewide AT program's policies not including extensions. Please report the length in calendar days. If your policy/procedures establish a range, use the midpoint.
Length of short-term device loan, in days
D. Types of Devices Loaned
Enter the number of devices that were loaned, by type of device. For guidance on how to categorize devices, refer to the "General Instructions." The number of devices loaned may exceed the number of loans reported above in Item A, since a loan may include more than one device.
Learning, cognition, and developmental
Mobility, seating and positioning
Vehicle modification and transportation
Computers and related
Recreation, sports, and leisure
Provide at least one anecdote about an individual who benefited from this activity. For guidance on information to include in the anecdote, please see the General Instructions.
A mother came in for a demonstration for communication devices for her daughter. While at the resource center, the girl got on the Chariot which is a bike with arm pedals. The girl had one arm that was contracted towards her chest, but she needed to stretch that arm forward to keep the bike from going in circles. The mother borrowed the Chariot for several loan periods and said her daughter loved riding the bike like the other kids. She said that as a result of using her arms to pedal, her daughter’s arm was straightening and becoming stronger. Her daughter is now more independent with other activities as a result of being able to use her arm more.
F. Performance Measures
|1. Decided that an AT device/service will meet needs (n,d) ||59||1||20||1||81|
|2. Decided that an AT device/service will not meet needs (n,d)||5||0||4||0||9|
|3. Subtotal||64 ||1||24||1||90|
|4. Have not made a decision (d) ||20||0||7||3||30|
|5. Subtotal||84 ||1||31||4||120|
|6. Nonrespondent (d, if >35%) ||0||0||0||0||0|
|7. Total||84 ||1||31||4||120|
|8. Performance on this measure
G. Customer Satisfaction
|Highly satisfied ||104||77.61%|
|Satisfied somewhat ||5||3.73%|
|Not at all satisfied ||2||1.49%|
|Response rate ||100.00%||-|
Describe any unique issues that may affect your data in this section (e.g. types of devices that are not loaned because those loans are available from another source, or types of devices that are not loaned because your inventory does not include those devices, difficulty obtaining data from intermediaries, etc).