Hello, and welcome to Project CARAT!
The goal of Project CARAT (Coordinating and Assisting the Reuse of Assistive Technology) is to make Assistive Technology and Durable Medical Equipment more accessible to those who need it in underserved areas of Kentucky. In order to make this happen, Project CARAT is partnering with agencies across the state. We'll take donated equipment, clean it, make repairs if we need to, and then redistribute it to people who need it. If you live in Kentucky and have a need for equipment, or have equipment you'd like to donate, please let us know! To date, project CARAT has provided 2,730 pieces of free equipment valued at over $642,000 to 1,079 individuals with disabilities!
Funding from Project CARAT comes through the Kentucky Assistive Technology Services (KATS) Network.
If you have any questions, please see our Contact Us page for more information! We look forward to serving you!
Project CARAT in the News!WDRB 41 Louisville News
- Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
- Carl D. Perkins Vocational Training Center
- Kentucky Assistive Technology Services Network
- University of Kentucky Division of Physical Therapy
- Lourdes Hospital, Paducah
- Enabling Technologies (enTECH) of Kentuckiana at Spalding University
- West Kentucky Community and Technical College
- Kentucky Appalachian Rural Rehabilitation Network
- Appalachian Regional HealthCare System
- Center for Accessible Living - Murray
- Commission for Children with Special Healthcare Needs
- Bridges to Success
- Kentucky HomePlace
- Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation