• **ATEC/Goodwill of O.C. provides free loans through AT Network’s Exchange of items for loan or reuse (reuse items include older AT, DME and accessible phones).
  • Dayle McIntosh Assistive Technology program promotes the use of equipment, software, devices and applications that enhance the functional capacity of people with disabilities. Assistive technology can be as large as a lift-equipped vehicle and as small as a “talking” watch key chain
  • **Disabled Dealer is an online catalogue of items for sale posted by individuals; includes ramp systems, lifts, wheelchairs, modified vehicles, hand controls, scooters, etc.
  • FreedomTech offers Californians affordable financial loans to purchase needed assistive technology, loans range from $500-$15,000. Includes hearing aids, computers and adaptive accessories/software, adaptive driving equipment, home modification equipment for accessibility if you own your home (ramp, shower, grab bars).
  • Go Baby Go is a program of Dr. Cole Galloway at University of Delaware where small toy cars are adapted for use by young children with physical disabilities.