The Iowa Program for Assistive Technology (IPAT) helps Iowans find out about and get the assistive technology (AT) they need as part of their daily lives to learn, work, play, and participate in community life safely and independently. 
IPAT serves Iowans of all ages with all types of disabilities, including persons who are aging.
AT includes items that individuals use to assist them in daily activities, such as canes, wheelchairs, communication devices, hearing aids, keyboard alternatives, learning software and vision aids.
Go to our Services page to learn more about what IPAT has to offer or see the links to the left.

The Iowa Program for Assistive Technology is funded under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living. IPAT, the statewide assistive technology program for Iowans, is a program of the Center for Disabilities and Development at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital.