The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST) is the state of Florida’s assistive technology program.
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- Gather resources
- Be able to explain what FAAST is about
It is not clear what FAAST means by “the state of Florida’s assistive technology program” when it’s a separate non-profit entity created as a result of the Florida Statute 413.407.
More details is needed.
- FAAST 2020 Annual Report
In addition to FAAST’s primary location in Tallahassee, they have several locations listed below. Each location is identified by the region they serve.
- Pensacola (Gulf Coast)
- Tallahassee (Northwest)
- Jacksonville (Northeast)
- Orlando (Atlantic)
- Tampa (Central)
- Miami (South)
Notes from the FAAST 2020 Annual Report
- How can FAAST raise public awareness of organizations and its programs, benefits, service areas, and successes?
- How can FAAST expand its capacity to reach all Floridians while maintaining a quality and equitable level of service?
- How can FAAST address structural and operational weaknesses to improve governance, streamline operations, and pursue innovation?
- FAAST device loans, demonstrations, and reutilization activities saved Floridians an estimated $1.54 million