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April 18, 2014
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Would you like to learn more about what your state is doing to reuse assistive technology for people with disabilities? Click on your state link or on the map to view locations of programs.

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AT Exchange Networks

Assistive Technology Exchange Networks

Assistive Technology Exchange Networks are designed to make assistive technology (AT) devices and services more available and accessible to ALL people with disabilities. AT Equipment exchange promotes direct collaboration between individuals with disabilities to acquire AT. The Pass It On Center encourages people to offer assistive technology devices for donation, for sale or purchase to others who may benefit from using technology unneeded or discarded equipment. Many AT Exchanges are operated through state AT Act Programs and function like a classified advertisement in your local newspaper.
Here are links to some of these Assistive Technology Exchange Networks:


Alaska [click here to go to the exchange network]

ATLASwap Shop re-utilization of assistive technology


Arizona [click here to go to the exchange network]

ATEX: Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange

Arizona’s online resource for used or pre-owned AT, Adapted or Durable Medical Equipment


Colorado [click here to go to the exchange network]


AT Finder is an online tool that allows up to four online classifieds and/or auction sites to all be searched simultaneously using one simple, easy to use interface.


Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

[click here to go to the exchange network]

Get STuff

The goal of getATstuff is to help get Assistive Technology devices that are no longer being used into the hands of people who need and can benefit from them. Here you can look for or list Assistive Technology devices for sale or for free.


Delaware [click here to go to the exchange network]

DATI

The goal of the AT Exchange, hosted by DATI, is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it. The AT Exchange is primarily for Delawareans, although we do accept entries from neighboring states. The program is designed to facilitate equipment exchange between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors.


Florida [click here to go to the exchange network]

Florida Exchange

The goal of ATBAY hosted by FAAST is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it. ATBAY is primarily for Floridians, although we do accept entries from neighboring states. The program is designed to facilitate equipment exchange between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors.


Georgia [click here to go to the exchange network]

Gtradeonline

Georgia’s Online Equipment Exchange Program under Tools for Life. gTRADE is designed to make assistive technology (AT) devices and services more available and accessible to ALL Georgians with disabilities allowing you to place an for free if you are wanting to sell, donate or are in need of an item.


Hawaii [click here to go to the exchange network]

Hawaii ATRC

The AT Exchange allows persons who would not otherwise acquire an AT device the opportunity to do so at a lower cost. The program brings buyers and sellers of AT together with the goal of increasing acquisition of AT. Through the ATRC website, users will have access to all listings of AT in a classified ads format. ATRC will act as the intermediary and facilitate the trade between buyer and seller. ATRC will carry no inventory of AT.


Idaho [click here to go to the exchange network]

Idaho Exchange


Idaho Assistive Technology
Equipment Exchange Program

The New Idaho Assistive Technology Used Equipment Exchange is a “classified ads” service that connects people who need AT with those who have AT! This is a user-driven database with entry and search capabilities. The Exchange program is designed to facilitate transactions between Buyers and Sellers, and is not for the sale or procurement of equipment by vendors or distributors.


Illinois – UCP of Greater Chicago [click here to go to the exchange network]

Infinitec's Durable Medical Equipment

The mission of Infinitec's DME project is to provide a durable medical equipment resource to benefit children and adults with permanent or temporary disabilities, and to provide an outlet for individuals to donate or sell durable medical equipment. The Durable Medical Equipment Exchange is a service that connects people with disabilities to organizations, companies and individuals who have available durable medical equipment they can use.

ATEN - the Assistive Technology Exchange Network

ATEN - the Assistive Technology Exchange Network – accepts used technology items from private donors for transfer to Illinois schools, which serve children with disabilities. ATEN is administered by UCP Chicago's Infinitec program with funding from the Illinois State Board of Education as authorized by the Illinois School Code


Indiana  [click here to go to the exchange network]

The goal of the Equipment Exchange Network and Lending Library hosted by Attain is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it.


Iowa  [click here to go to the exchange network]

Iowa Compass



Used Equipment Referral Service (UERS)

Iowa’s Used Equipment Referral Service (UERS) is a “classified ads” feature that connects people with available Assistive Technology!


Kentucky  [click here to go to the exchange network]

Kats Network

Assistive Technology Exchange (ATEX)


Louisiana [click here to go to the exchange network]

The AT Marketplace

The goal of The AT Marketplace hosted by LATAN is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it.  The AT Marketplace is primarily for Louisianians, although we do accept entries from neighboring states. The program is designed to facilitate equipment exchange between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors.


Michigan [click here to go to the exchange network]

Assitive Technology TA Xchange

Michigan-based website where people can buy, sell or give away assistive technology (AT). ATxchange is open to vendors who have used equipment for sale.


Minnesota [click here to go to the exchange network]

Minnesota STAR Program

The goal of STARTE hosted by the Minnesota STAR Program is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it.


Missouri [click here to go to the exchange network]

State of Missouri Assitive Technology

Swap 'n Shop
Missouri Assistive Technology keeps a listing of equipment that consumers would like to buy, sell, trade or donate. This is a person-to-person exchange program. Buyers and sellers are responsible for any purchase or sale that takes place as well as determining the condition of the equipment and its appropriateness.


Montana [click here to go to the exchange network]

MonTech

The equipment exchange program is a website that allows individuals or agencies to list and purchase, exchange, or sell AT.


Nebraska  [click here to go to the exchange network]

AT4ALL

At AT4ALL you can find equipment for loan, for sale, or for giveaway. You can also find equipment from local lending programs to try out before you buy.

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