ED/OSERS/RSA
Rehabilitation Services Administration
U.S. Department of Education

State Grant for Assistive Technology Program - RSA-664
Colorado State Plan for FY 2009-2011 (submitted FY 2011) H224A110006

1. Name Given to Statewide AT Program
Assistive Technology Program of Colorado

2. Website dedicated to Statewide AT Program
http://www.assistivetechnologypartners.org

3. Name and Address of Lead Agency

University of Colorado Denver

Assistive Technology Partners

601 E. 18th Ave., Suite 130

Denver, CO 80203

4. Name, Title, and Contact Information for Lead Agency Certifying Representative.

Lora Mihelic

Manager, PreAward

303-724-0090 xenia@ucdenver.edu

5. Information about Program Director at Lead Agency

Cathy Bodine

Executive Director

303-315-1281

6. Information about Program Contact(s) at Lead Agency

Julia Beems

AT Program Outreach Coordinator

303-315-1284

7. Telephone at Lead Agency for Public
303-315-1280

8. E-mail at Lead Agency for Public
AT@atpartners.org

9. Descriptor of the agency
University

10. If Other was selected for question 9, identify and describe the agency

11. Contract with an Implementing Entity?
No

12. Name and Address of Implementing Entity

13. Information about Program Director at the Implementing Entity

14. Information about Program Contact(s) at Implementing Entity

15. Telephone at Implementing Entity for Public

16. E-mail at Implementing Entity for Public

17. Type of organization

18. If Other was selected, identify and describe the entity

19. Describe the mechanisms established to ensure coordination of activities and collaboration between the Implementing Entity and the state

20. Is the Lead Agency named new or different Lead Agency?
No

21. Explain why the Lead Agency previously designated by your state should not serve as the Lead Agency

22. Explain why the Lead Agency newly designated by your state should not serve as the Lead Agency

23. Is the Implementing Entity named in this State Plan a new or different Implementing Entity from the one designated by the Governor in your previous State Plan?
n/a

If you answered no or not applicable to question 23, you may skip ahead to the next page. Otherwise, you must answer the following questions.

24. Explain why the Implementing Entity previously designated by your state should not serve as the Implementing Entity

25. Explain why the Implementing Entity newly designated by your state should serve as the Implementing Entity

1. In accordance with section 4(c)(2) of the AT Act of 1998, as amended our state has a consumer-majority advisory council that provides consumer-responsive, consumer-driven advice to the state for planning of, implementation of, and evaluation of the activities carried out through the grant, including setting measurable goals. This advisory council is geographically representative of the State and reflects the diversity of the State with respect to race, ethnicity, types of disabilities across the age span, and users of types of services that an individual with a disability may receive.
Yes

2. The advisory council includes a representative of the designated State agency, as defined in section 7 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 705)
Yes

3. The advisory council includes a representative of the State agency for individuals who are blind (within the meaning of section 101 of that Act (29 U.S.C. 721));
n/a

4. The advisory council includes a representative of a State center for independent living described in part C of title VII of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 796f et seq.);
Yes

5. The advisory council includes a representative of the State workforce investment board established under section 111 of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 2821);
Yes

6. The advisory council includes a representative of the State educational agency, as defined in section 9101 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
Yes

7. The advisory council includes other representatives

Colorado Developmental Disability Council

The Legal Center for Persons with Disabilities and Older People

Colorado Dept. of Health & Human Services, Division on Aging

8. The advisory council includes the following number of individuals with disabilities that use assistive technology or their family members or guardians
8

9. If the Statewide AT Program does not have the composition and representation required under section 4(c)(2)(B), explain.

10. Proposed Budget Allocations

State Financing Activities
Not performed due to flexibility

Device Reutilization Activities
$30,001-$40,000

Device Loan Activity Proposed
$40,001-$50,000

Device Demonstration Activity
more than $100,000

State Leadership Activities
more than $100,000

11. For every activity for which you selected "claiming comparability" in item 10, describe the comparable activity.

12. Describe your planned procedures for tracking expenditures for State-level and State Leadership activities.

Review of numbers on a quarterly basis.

13. State Financing Activities Performed

Financial loan program
No

Access to telework loan fund
No

Cooperative buying program
No

Financing for home modifications program
No

Telecommunications distribution program
No

Last resort program
No

Other program
No

Other Activities Performed

How many device exchange programs do you support?
1

How many device reassignment programs do you support?
1

How many device loan programs do you support?
1

How many device demonstration programs do you support?
1

14. What is the baseline year for the measurable goals for this state plan?
2007

General device exchange

 

FY 2009-10 we moved from AT Match to AT Finder due to lack of participation in the AT Match program. AT Finder is an online tool that allows online classifieds and/or auction sites to be searched simultaneously using one simple easy to use interface. AT Finder currently supports Craig's List, eBay, eBay classifieds, and Oodle.

 

 

2007

 

5. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

6. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

Yes

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

7. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency Yes No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency Yes No No Yes
Employment-related agency Yes No No No
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency Yes No No Yes
Independent Living Center Yes No No Yes
Institution of Higher Education Yes No No Yes
Non-categorical disability organization Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities Yes No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization Yes No No Yes
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other Yes No No Yes
 

One central location

 

 

10. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

Yes

No

No

No

No

 

http://www.atfinder.org

 

the transaction is direct consumer-to-consumer

 

Nothing

 

Excellent service, but difficult to collect data on outcomes. We receive many positive comments about the service.

 

is an open-ended loan program

 

2008

 

3. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

4. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

 

5. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency No No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency No No No No
Employment-related agency No No No No
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency No No Yes Yes
Independent Living Center No No Yes Yes
Institution of Higher Education No No No No
Non-categorical disability organization No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities No No Yes Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities No No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization No No No No
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other No No No No
 

One central location

 

 

8. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

No

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

 

Nothing

 

Nothing

 

The consumer picks up the device at a designated site

 

Type of device Based on consumer choice and/or request A professional recommendation is required Qualified program staff match it to the consumer Qualified consultants and/or volunteers match it to the consumer The device is provided through a qualified third-party Not applicable - this type of device is not made available
Vision No No No No No Yes
Hearing No No No No No Yes
Speech Communication No No No No No Yes
Learning, Cognition, and Developmental No No No No No Yes
Mobility, Seating, and Positioning Yes No No No No No
Daily Living No No No No No Yes
Environmental Adaptations No No No No No Yes
Vehicle Modification and Transportation No No No No No Yes
Recreation, Sports, and Leisure Equipment No No No No No Yes
Computer and Associated Equipment Yes No No No No No

 

Client makes a request based on financial need.

 

Trained on equipment before acquisition

 

Equipment donated from vendors or the public or discontinued from the loan bank.

 

An informal program that is not widely publicized.

 

Program for targeted agencies or entities

 

Public school districts and charter schools associated with them for children/students 3-21. Also, available to Early Intervention programs who are involved in training through Part C, Department of Human Services.

 

This program provides access to equipment for informed decisions, evaluations, training, and temporary use during repairs for school-age and early intervention population.

 

 

2001

 

6. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

7. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

 

8. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency Yes No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency Yes Yes No Yes
Employment-related agency No No No No
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency Yes No No No
Independent Living Center No No No No
Institution of Higher Education No No No No
Non-categorical disability organization No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities No No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization No No No No
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other No No No No
 

One central location

 

 

11. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

 

Nothing

 

Nothing

 

All loans are provided through trained clinicians to ensure successful training and use of device.

 

15. Devices in the loan pool also are made available for the following (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

The device is shipped via mail or other commercial delivery

 

The State Library Services Courier transports the devices for a small fee.

 

General program

 

 

 

 

2007

 

6. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

Yes

 

7. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

8. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency Yes No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency Yes No No Yes
Employment-related agency Yes No No Yes
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency Yes No No Yes
Independent Living Center Yes No No Yes
Institution of Higher Education Yes No No Yes
Non-categorical disability organization Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities No No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization Yes No No Yes
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other Yes No No Yes
 

A combination of a central location and regional sites

 

11

 

11. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

No

No

No

No

Yes

 

In-person demonstrations from fixed regional sites

In-person demonstrations that move to multiple sites

 

Nothing

 

Nothing

 

15. Devices in the demonstration pool also are made available for the following (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Both staff and space

 

We provide monthly webinars on the devices that are available for loan to conduct device demos regionally. 12 kits are available to borrow for doing device demos. Each kit includes a notebook of resources, including funding sources, user guides, vendors, etc. Kits are developed by rooms in a home or at work and by disability area.

 

1. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

2. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

3. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency Yes No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency Yes Yes No Yes
Employment-related agency Yes Yes No Yes
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency Yes No No Yes
Independent Living Center Yes No No Yes
Institution of Higher Education Yes No No Yes
Non-categorical disability organization Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities Yes No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization Yes No No Yes
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other Yes No No Yes
 

A combination of a central location and regional sites

 

10

 

6. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

 

At fixed sites supported by the Statewide AT Program

 

A fee on a variable or sliding scale

 

A flat fee

 

Continue to increase distance training options.

 

1. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

2. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

3. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency No No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency No No No No
Employment-related agency No No No No
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency No No No No
Independent Living Center Yes No No Yes
Institution of Higher Education No No No No
Non-categorical disability organization No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing Yes No No Yes
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities No No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities No No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization No No No No
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other Yes No No Yes
 

A combination of a central location and regional sites

 

3

 

6. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Nothing

 

This does not include sub contracts that we have to provide training and TA to state agencies. Instead this is TA on an as needed basis to organizations such as ILCs, ADRCs, and other non-profit disability organizations.

 

1. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

2. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

3. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency Yes No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency Yes No No No
Employment-related agency Yes No No No
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency Yes No No No
Independent Living Center Yes No No Yes
Institution of Higher Education Yes No No No
Non-categorical disability organization Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities Yes No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization Yes No No No
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other Yes No No No
 

A combination of a central location and regional sites

 

3

 

6. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

ATP provides an electronic and print copy quarterly newsletter specific to Coloradoans interested in assistive technology devices and services.Information is made available on accessible website, provide exhibits at community events for the general public, provide open houses for the disability community and professionals working with them, provide a national conference on AT for individuals with disabilities, family members, carefivers and professionals working with them.

 

1. Who conducts this activity? Check all that apply.

Yes

No

 

2. The Statewide AT Program provides and/or receives the following support (choose all that apply).

No

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

3. Table of financial or in-kind support provided or received

If you conduct this activity by providing financial or in-kind support to other entities, identify the kinds of entities you support in column (a) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from the state to conduct this activity, identify the state entities that provide this support in column (b) of the following table.
If you receive financial or in-kind support from private entities, identify the private entities that provide this support in column (c) of the following table.
If you coordinate and collaborate with other entities in conducting this activity, identify those entities in column (d) of the following table.

Organization or Activity a. You provide support b. Receive support from the state c. Receive support from these private entities d. Collaborate with
AgrAbility Program No No No No
Alliance for Technology Access Center No No No No
Bank or other financial institution No No No No
Community Living agency Yes No No No
Easter Seals No No No No
Education-related agency Yes No No No
Employment-related agency Yes No No No
Health, allied health, and rehabilitation-related agency Yes No No No
Independent Living Center Yes No No No
Institution of Higher Education Yes No No No
Non-categorical disability organization Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are blind or visually impaired Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with developmental disabilities Yes No No No
Organization that primarily serves individuals with physical disabilities Yes No No No
Organization focused specifically on providing AT No No No No
Protection and Advocacy Organization Yes No No No
Technology agency No No No No
UCP No No No No
Other Yes No No No
 

Regional sites

 

3

 

6. This activity is available (choose all that apply)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

An accessible website is available to provide Coloradoans access to free information and referral services. ATP is staffed at five days per week to provide live voice information. ATP provides access to a toll-free TDD as well as text enabled access to electronic information. ATP provides up-to-the-minute information related to the availability, benefits, appropriateness, and costs of assistive technology devices and services. ATP provides an electronic and print copy quarterly newsletter specific to Coloradoans interested in assistive technology devices and services.

 

1. As Certifying Representative of the Lead Agency for the State of Colorado, I hereby assure the following.
Yes

2. The Lead Agency prepared and submitted this State Plan on behalf of the State of Colorado.
Yes

3. The Lead Agency submitting this plan is the State agency that is eligible to submit this plan.
Yes

4. The State agency has authority under State law to perform the functions of the State under this program.
Yes

5. The State legally may carry out each provision of this plan.
Yes

6. All provisions of this plan are consistent with State law.
Yes

7. A State officer, specified by title in this certification, has authority under State law to receive, hold, and disburse Federal funds made available under the plan.
Yes

8. The State officer who submits this plan, specified by title in this certification, has authority to submit this plan.
Yes

9. The agency that submits this plan has adopted or otherwise formally approved this plan.
Yes

10. The plan is the basis for State operation and administration of the program.
Yes

11. The Lead Agency will maintain and evaluate the program under this State Plan.
Yes

12. The State will annually collect data related to the required activities implemented by the State under this section in order to prepare the progress reports required under subsection 4(f) of the Act.
Yes

13. The Lead Agency will submit the progress report on behalf of the State.
Yes

14. The State will prepare reports to the Secretary in such form and containing such information as the Secretary may require to carry out the Secretary's functions under this Act and keep such records and allow access to such records as the Secretary may require to ensure the correctness and verification of information provided to the Secretary.
Yes

15. The Lead Agency will control and administer the funds received through the grant.
Yes

16. The Lead Agency will make programmatic and resource allocation decisions necessary to implement the State Plan.
Yes

17. Funds received through the grant will be expended in accordance with Section 4 of the Act, and will be used to supplement, and not supplant, funds available from other sources for technology-related assistance, including the provision of assistive technology devices and assistive technology services.
Yes

18. The Lead Agency will ensure conformance with Federal and State accounting requirements.
Yes

19. The State will adopt such fiscal control and accounting procedures as may be necessary to ensure proper disbursement of and accounting for the funds received through the grant.
Yes

20. Funds made available through a grant to a State under this Act will not be used for direct payment for an assistive technology device for an individual with a disability.
Yes

21. A public agency or an individual with a disability holds title to any property purchased with funds received under the grant and administers that property.
Yes

22. The physical facility of the Lead Agency and Implementing Entity, if any, meets the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) regarding accessibility for individuals with disabilities. Section 4(d)(6)(E)
Yes

23. Activities carried out in the State that are authorized under this Act, and supported by Federal funds received under this Act, will comply with the standards established by the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board under section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (20 U.S.C. 794d). Section 4(d)(6)(G)
Yes

24. The Lead Agency will coordinate the activities of the State Plan among public and private entities, including coordinating efforts related to entering into interagency agreements.
Yes

25. The Lead Agency will coordinate efforts related to the active, timely, and meaningful participation by individuals with disabilities and their family members, guardians, advocates, or authorized representatives, and other appropriate individuals, with respect to activities carried out through the grant.
Yes

26. Describe how your program will conform to section 427 of General Education Provisions Act by describing the steps you propose to take to ensure equitable access to, and participation in, your program for students, teachers, and other program beneficiaries with special needs.

We have a 800 number and TDD, fully accessible website, information available in alternate formats or through individual accommodations, accessible public meeting places, and reduced fees and scholarships available for full participation by interested parties.

 

27. Access Goal Table

  Education Employment Community Living IT/Telecomm
a. Long-term Goal 58.00 22.00 72.00 10.00
b. Long-term Goal StatusMet [d] Met [d] Met [d] Met [d]
c. FY 2007 Performance 21.48 0.00 23.61 0.00
d. FY 2008 Short-term goal 25.00 10.00 27.00 10.00
e. FY 2008 Performance 72.32 33.33 79.10 0.00
f. FY 2008 StatusMet Met Met Not met
g. FY 2009 Short-term goal53.00 20.00 66.00 10.00
h. FY 2009 Performance 45.26 32.26 34.79 0.00
i. FY 2009 StatusNot met Met Not met Not met
j. FY 2010 Short-term goal58.00 22.00 72.00 10.00
k. FY 2010 Performance 51.07 47.14 37.41 50.00
l. FY 2010 StatusNot met Met Not met Met
 

28. Acquisition Goal Table

  Education Employment Community Living
a. Long-term Goal 11.00 20.00 75.00
b. Long-term Goal StatusMet [d] Met [d] Met [d]
c. FY 2007 Performance 7.41 0.00 9.76
d. FY 2008 Short-term Goal10.00 1.00 10.00
e. FY 2008 Performance 0.00 15.00 58.97
f. FY 2008 StatusNot met Met Met
g. FY 2009 Short-term Goal10.00 18.00 68.00
h. FY 2009 Performance 0.00 0.00 100.00
i. FY 2009 StatusNot met Not met Met
j. FY 2010 Short-term Goal11.00 20.00 75.00
k. FY 2010 Performance 0.00 0.00 0.00
l. FY 2010 StatusNot met Not met Not met
 

29. Name of Certifying Representative for the Lead Agency
Lora Mihelic MBA MA

30. Title of Certifying Representative for the Lead Agency
Manager Preaward Grants and Contracts

31. Signed?
Yes

32. Date Signed
02/18/2011

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Completed on 02/18/2011 at 5:29 PM

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Approved on 07/14/2011 at 2:03 PM

Approved by atrob

Published on 12/05/2011 at 9:08 AM

Published by kschelle

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