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Program Evaluation for the Assistive Technology Access Partnership(ATAP):

The Sherlock Center serves as evaluator for ATAP, the Rhode Island Tech Act Project. ATAP is directed through the RI Office of Rehabilitation Services, and has as its primary goal the development of improved, customer-responsive systems for AT acquisition and support for all Rhode Islanders with disabilities. The Sherlock Center gathers and analyzes discrete and descriptive data to reflect program progress, to identify gaps, and to use for program development and decision-making.

A. Anthony Antosh, Ph.D. - Director of Evaluation

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