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Loan closets, the equipmentlink.org website and equipment recycling centers are all part of the solution to ensure that individuals with disabilities have access to free and low-cost recycled assistive technology. But we know that there is more to be done in Maryland. In efforts to support greater access to items such as computers, wheelchairs, braille notes, shower chairs (and so much more), we’d love to hear from consumers, agencies and related organizations with ideas that could be implemented to ensure that anyone who needs AT can get it.

If you have an idea or suggestion, feel free to respond to this post or contact us by email, Facebook, or phone. We want to hear from you!

And feel free to check out the newest equipment listed on www.equipmentlink.org to see what AT is currently available on MDTAP’s equipment exchange website.

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