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1 University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Center for Assistive Technology
Conducts research, education and service to increase knowledge about assistive devices for persons with disabilities.
Assistive technology manufacturers in England and Scotland.
3 Access Unlimited
A manufacturer/distributor of adaptive transportation and mobility equipment for people with disabilities.
4 National Registry of Rehabilitation Suppliers
Ensures the provision of high quality Rehabilitation Technology and related services to people with disabilities.
5 Volunteers for Medical Engineering (VME)
Organization of volunteers, engineers and medical professionals who team together to improve the independence of individuals with disabilities and the elderly through custom design of new products research and development, modifications to existing devices and/or computer loans.
6 View Point Mobility
Maker wheelchair accessible minivan, the Vision™-- a rear-entry, lowered floor modification that is seamlessly engineered to make Daimler-Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors minivans as barrier-free as possible.
7 AbleProject
A non-profit organization focused on helping people with disabilities (illness, accident, aging), and care providers, to locate needed mobility and assistive devices faster, easier, and at a competitive price.
8 Enabling Devices: Toys for Special Children, Inc.
Develops affordable learning and assistive devices to help people with disabling conditions. Creates innovative toys and switches.
9 Dragonfly
Premiere source of products, from toys to technology, for children who have special needs.
10 Tetra Society of North America
Recruits skilled volunteer engineers and technicians to create assistive devices for people with disabilities.
11 Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
Does research and provides technical advice on access to information technology by persons with disabilities.
Helps you find information on adaptive equipment and alternative methods available for accessing computers.
High-tech assistive, adaptive and accessibility aids for children and adults with disabilities and special needs.
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