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Sunday, 04 November 2007

The Consortium for Assistive Technology Outcomes Research (CATOR) was established in 2001 to advance the field of assistive technology outcomes measurement.

CATOR’s overall mission is to conduct research on assistive technology (AT) outcomes to improve the field’s ability to measure the impact of AT on the lives of people with disabilities.  CATOR strives to determine the effectiveness and usefulness of AT devices and services.  It also strives to improve the instruments and techniques available to researchers, service providers, and policy makers.

Current and previous research conducted by CATOR on improving measurement science related to AT outcomes.The consortium consists of key individuals from within the U.S. and Canada conducting research in AT outcomes.
Other sites and resources that have applicability to the measurement science of AT outcomes.The consortium was established in 2001 as a program to advance the field of AT outcomes measurement.
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