What is FAAST?

FAAST is the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc.  We are the assistive technology program for the state of Florida.  AT can be the key to greater independence and productivity for people in their home, school, community, and/or place of employment.  FAAST provides demonstrations, information, and device loans to help Floridians make informed decisions and select the AT that best meets their needs.

FAAST is a nonprofit organization specializing in assistive technology devices and services along with public policy advocacy.   We work with government, business, education, health services organizations, and individuals to provide accessible and cost-effective technology solutions to promote independent living and success.

CTTAP offers an AT Exchange at www.getATstuff.com – an online classifieds where you can find new and used AT devices for sale or for free. You can also post AT devices that you no longer need or use.To search our listings (in Connecticut or throughout New England) or to post an AT device, visit getATstuff. - See more at: http://cttechact.com/reutilization/#sthash.sNPozgAD.dpuf
CTTAP offers an AT Exchange at www.getATstuff.com – an online classifieds where you can find new and used AT devices for sale or for free. You can also post AT devices that you no longer need or use.To search our listings (in Connecticut or throughout New England) or to post an AT device, visit getATstuff. - See more at: http://cttechact.com/reutilization/#sthash.sNPozgAD.dpuf
CTTAP offers an AT Exchange at www.getATstuff.com – an online classifieds where you can find new and used AT devices for sale or for free. You can also post AT devices that you no longer need or use.To search our listings (in Connecticut or throughout New England) or to post an AT device, visit getATstuff. - See more at: http://cttechact.com/reutilization/#sthash.sNPozgAD.dpuf
CTTAP offers an AT Exchange at www.getATstuff.com – an online classifieds where you can find new and used AT devices for sale or for free. You can also post AT devices that you no longer need or use.To search our listings (in Connecticut or throughout New England) or to post an AT device, visit getATstuff. - See more at: http://cttechact.com/reutilization/#sthash.sNPozgAD.dpuf

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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.