Assistive Technology Resources

Other Loans

These programs can assist you obtain a loan to purchase AT
Link to AFP Loan Programs

State Programs
Other Programs
Other Resources

State Activities
Device Loan
Device ReUse
Device Demo

Loans for AT
AFP State Loans
Other Loans

 James Beck
 Assistive Technology Program
 Vocational Rehabilitation
 1016 West 6th Avenue, Suite 200
 Anchorage, AK 99501
 AT Unit
 California State Dept of Rehabilitation
 P.O. Box 944222
 Sacramento, CA 94244-2220
 John Ficarro
 Connecticut Assistive Technology Project
 Department of Social Services, BRS
 25 Sigourney Street, 11th Floor
 Hartford, CT 06106
 District of Columbia
 Toni Tillman
 University Legal Services Assistive Technology Program
 300 I Street, NE, Suite 200
 Washington, DC 20002
 202-547-0198 (V)
 202-547-2657 (TTY)
 202-547-2662 (Fax)
 Barbara Fischlowitz-Leong
 Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii
 414 Kuwili Street, Suite 104
 Honolulu, HI 96817
 Ron Seiler
 Idaho Assistive Technology Project
 129 West Third Street
 Moscow, ID 83844-4401
 Julie Tompkins
 Rural Institute on Disabilities
 University of Montana
 634 Eddy Avenue
 Missoula, MT 59812
 New Hampshire
 Sonke Dornblut
 New Hampshire Assistive Technology Partnership Project
 10 Ferry Street, #14
 Concord, NH 03301
 New Mexico
 Caroll Cadena
 New Mexico Loan Program
 New Mexico Technology Assistance Program
 435 Saint Michael's Drive, Building D
 Santa Fe, NM 87505
 1-800-866-ABLE Loan
 Bill Darling
 Assistive Technology of Ohio
 J.L. Camera Center, 9th Floor
 2050 Kenny Road
 Columbus, OH 43221-3500
 South Dakota
 Dave Vogel
 1925 Plaza Boulevard
 Rapid City, SD 57702
 Kevin Wright
 Tennessee Technology Access Project
 Citizens Plaza, 11th Floor
 400 Dearderick Street
 Nashville, TN 37248
 615/532-6553 (V)
 West Virginia
 Bev Binford
 West Virginia Technology-Related Assistance Revolving Loan Fund
 West Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services
 Assistive Technology Unit
 P.O. Box 1004
 Institute, WV 25112-1004

This section is indebted to information from the Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North American (RESNA), especially for their April, 2005, Survey of State AT Act Projects (The RESNA Technical Assistance Project, Grant #H224B020001, funded by the Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.S. Department of Education, under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998).

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