Devices for Loan

AT4Maine - Assistive Technology of All Maine PeopleSeveral partner organizations offer device loan programs that allow individuals and organizations to borrow assistive technology (AT) to try it before making a purchase. Staff at this location will also demonstrate the equipment and help the user or family member make a decision about acquiring the AT.

Visit the AT4Maine website to see the over 500 AT devices that are available for Demonstration and Loan and to arrange for an equipment loan…

More information about the Device Loan Programs

Spurwink ALLTECH

Spurwink: Going the distanceSpurwink ALLTECH has a large inventory and assortment of Assistive Technology (AT) devices available for demonstration and loan offering consumers the opportunity to “try before they buy.” In addition, Spurwink ALLTECH has a AT Recycling and Reuse service located in Portland. To find devices for loan visit AT4Maine…

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE AT FARMINGTON

University of Maine Farmington - logoThe Kalikow Curriculum Materials Center (KCMC) at the University of Maine Farmington is a free resource for Assistive Technology (AT) for faculty, students, professionals within the community, individuals with disabilities, and their families. Visitors can view AT equipment and preview specialized software and computer adaptations. The assistive technology is organized by curriculum area to support students with disabilities in meeting high academic standards. Many of the materials consist of inexpensive modifications and supports to regular classroom materials. To find devices for loan visit AT4Maine…

C.A.R.E.S. INC.

CARES, Inc. logoC.A.R.E.S., Inc provides information about assistive technology (AT) and advocates for applicants and clients of Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living Services. C.A.R.E.S., Inc has a large variety of general use AT devices available for demonstration and loan. To find devices for loan visit AT4Maine…

PINE TREE SOCIETY

Pine Tree SocietyThe Pine Tree Society’s Communication Pathways works to improve access to Assistive Technology (AT) tools by offering a variety of AT devices and tools for demonstration and loan to Maine people with disabilities. A wide range of AT devices and tools are available. To find devices for loan visit AT4Maine…


See also

Telecommunications Equipment Program (TEP)

Disability Rights Maine logoThe Telecommunications Equipment Program (TEP) at Disability Rights Maine was established by state law to provide ‘No’ or ‘Low’ cost adaptive telecommunications equipment to any Maine resident who cannot use their home’s conventional telephone due to a physical or cognitive disability. The program was established to assist low-income residents, and most clients pay nothing for the phone equipment they need. To learn more about devices for loan visit Telecommunications Equipment Program (TEP)…


rev: 2/2/2018