What is FAAST, Inc.?

The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. serves Floridians with disabilities by providing free access to information, referral services, educational programs, and publications in accessible formats on topics such as disability rights, laws, and policies.  We also provide assistive technology (AT) device loans as well as funding opportunities for AT.

What is Assistive Technology (AT)?

AT is any item, piece of equipment, software, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the function of individuals with disabilities.

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FAAST News

FAAST Access is the official publication of FAAST, Inc.  FAAST Access is a source of information on assistive technology trends, news, education, FAAST programs and services, engaging dialogue and resources for self-advocacy, inspiring stories...

The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. and our six Regional Demonstration Centers provide assistive technology to individuals with disabilities through our statewide and six regional assistive technology device loan programs. Periodically, FAAST conducts a needs...

Mark your calendars!  Please join us in celebrating Disability History and Awareness Weeks October 1-10, 2014. Disability History and Awareness Instruction (Section 1003.4205, Florida Statutes) was signed into law in 2008. It requires school districts to designate the first two weeks of October...

iBudget Florida

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) filed an iBudget emergency rule on September 3. The iBudget emergency rule is in effect for 90 days...

 

 

PHOTO TAGGED Dan Casady and Emily Wilson

Dan Casady, a former director of the Florida Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center, tests writing instruments during a recent visit to the FAAST office with program specialist Emily Wilson. FAAST celebrates its...

Find a Regional Demonstration Center Near You

FAAST, Inc. provides short-term loans where consumers and professionals throughout the state can borrow Assistive Technology (AT) devices for a period of up to 30 days from their designated RDC.