AT Device Demonstrations compare the features and benefits of a particular AT device or category of devices for an individual or small group of individuals. Our Partners offer free Device Demonstrations to enable individuals to make an informed choice about what AT is best for them or their clients.
You can See a Demonstration at…
Spurwink ALLTECH provides face-to-face and virtual consultation, assessment, professional development, and technical assistance to support the development of knowledge and skills for individuals who have disabilities, their families and educators, service providers, employers and health/disability-related agencies. Spurwink ALLTECH’s comprehensive array of services include demonstrations of:
- Assistive Technology (AT).
- Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC).
- Universal Design (UD).
- Accessible Educational Materials (AEM).
- Computer accessibility.
Spurwink ALLTECH serves individuals with a wide range of disabilities including persons who have cognitive, communication, motor, and vision difficulties. Learn more about the AT4Maine Device Demonstration program.
University of Maine Farmington
The Assistive Technology Collection, part of the Spenciner Curriculum Materials Center, is a resource offered free to UMF students, faculty, and staff, and to professionals in the community, individuals with disabilities, and their families. The Assistive Technology Collection provides a place to view assistive technology (AT) devices, to receive a demonstration of the AT, and to obtain information about AT in general. Many of the items may be signed out for use at home or in a school or therapeutic setting. Learn more about the AT4Maine Device Demonstration program.
Gallant Therapy Services
Gallant Therapy Services provided AT device demonstrations and short-term loans geared for seniors and veterans. Learn more about the AT4Maine Device Demonstration program.
Pine Tree Society
Pine Tree Society, with services statewide for people of all ages, offers a wide array of AT assessment and demonstrations through their Audiology and Communication services. Learn more about the AT4Maine Device Demonstration program.
Other Organizations providing AT Demonstrations
Disability Rights Maine
Disability Rights Maine manage a number of programs for individuals who are D/deaf, Deaf-Blind, late-deafened or hard of hearing. Programs include the Deaf-Blind Equipment Program and the Telecommunications Equipment Program (TEP) which provides the consumer with access to a wide array of telephone equipment demo, loan, or purchase. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at the Disability Rights Maine…
Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation
Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation (formerly Maine Handicapped Skiing) provides year-round adaptive recreational programs that teach adaptive sports activities to people with physical disabilities, ages four and up. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation…
Northeast Passage is a nationally recognized leader in the provision of innovative therapeutic recreation services. Northeast Passage delivers disability-related health promotion and adapted sports programs throughout New England. Northeast Passage is a program of the University of New Hampshire’s College of Health and Human Services and is an affiliate of Disabled Sports USA. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at Northeast Passage…
Advanced Modifications is a Maine-based company that sells and installs equipment to modify vehicles to make them accessible to disabled people. They also sell adaptive equipment for the home. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at Advanced Modifications…
Maine Accessibility Corporation is a locally owned and operated business offering sales and service for a wide range of equipment designed to help people move easily about their home or office in their day to day lives. This includes products such as ramps, elevators, stair lifts, chair lifts, platform lifts, dumbwaiters and other related products. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at Maine Accessibility…
MobilityWorks offers a full line of adapted vehicle modifications. They have many vehicles available for demo as well up to date technology for consumers to achieve independent safe transportation. They also offer a used vehicle listing service. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at MobilityWorks…
Autotronics offers a full line of adapted vehicle modifications (vans, trucks and cars): sales, equipment installation and service to achieve independent safe transportation. They also offer a used vehicle listing service. Learn more about Device Demonstrations at Autotronics…
Durable Medical Equipment Dealers
Locations: Portland, Bangor
Phone: 833-240-7293 Portland
Location: South Portland
Locations: Presque Isle, Houlton, Ft. Fairfield, Ft. Kent
Phone: 207-769-2100 – Presque Isle
207-532-7100 – Houlton
207-472-1234 – Ft. Fairfield
207-888-9470 – Ft. Kent
Location: Bangor, Ellsworth, Lewiston, Waterville
Phone: 866-848-7730 – Bangor
800-544-1113 – Ellsworth
888-782-0660 – Lewiston
800-773-6511 – Waterville
Location: Bangor, Lewiston, South Portland
Phone: 207-942-5579 – Bangor
207-846-8543 – Lewiston
207-245-6040 – South Portland
See also a list of AT4Maine partners who provide Devices for Loan which allow the consumer to “try before they buy.”
Please also visit our Events and Demonstrations News Page for information and announcements of upcoming demonstrations.
revised: 8/10/2021 sl
updated: 8/16/2021 jeb