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FAAST Offices are Back open. If you need anything, we are here to help. 

If you have lost or damaged Assistive Equipment, please CLICK HERE to fill out the form for assistance. 

Toll Free - 1-844-FL-FAAST (1-844-353-2274
TTY - (877) 506-2723
Email - info@faastinc.org

FAAST News

 

Join the FAAST Access Network as we build a larger, stronger movement of people with disabilities, parents, siblings, and allies.

Be a part of the FAAST Access Network and get information about public policy issues impacting assistive technology, and know when to take timely...

This guide was modeled after “The Buck Starts Here – A Guide to Assistive Technology Funding in Kentucky”, published in 1991 by the Kentucky Assistive Technology (KATS) Network.

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Join us for a Webinar on September 14th or 15th to provide information to the parents, guardians, and all other interested parties on assistive technology as it relates to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004) 

This Training will be sponsored by the Florida...

School is starting around the country, and students are being introduced into a brand new environment. This can be scary for most, but especially so when that student has a disability. They are exposed to new sights, sounds, and heaps of new stimuli. Teachers are thrown into the mix without the...

A Virtual 5K Race to Benefit Children with Special Needs

As stated by Ms. Karen M. Clay, “Play is such an Important part of the developmental process, and we feel it is aligned with the mission of FAAST to help families that do not have the resources to purchase expensive adapted...

HB 0063 - Students with Disabilities in Public Schools

Students with Disabilities as well as all students in public schools should receive...

For somebody in a wheelchair, strolling along the beach can seem like a distant dream. But no more. At locations all around Florida, there are beach wheel chair rentals that make it easy to do just that.

 

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Crisis Cleanup

After a storm of this size, there are many things that need to be done in the aftermath. Power and Clean Water are typically the first things to be restored, but after that, comes the clean up. This is probably the most labor intensive thing on the to do list of many Floridians in the aftermath...

Sen. Lauren Book, D-Plantation, filed a bill Friday in response to deaths at a nursing home after Hurricane Irma knocked out air conditioning.

SB 284 would require nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have working generators.

“There is no excuse for failing to protect...

2nd Annual FAAST 5K

We have set the dates for the FAAST 5K.  Mark you calendars!

During September and October, runners, walkers, wheelchair users can run ANYWHERE in the world and help FAAST.

Registration will be opening soon.  

All proceeds from the run will go to purchase adaptive toys for children with disabilities.