Locating and using the right equipment can include one or more of the following steps:
ATP staff are available to help individuals and groups compare the features and benefits of various types of assistive technology. Demonstrations are conducted in our demonstration centers, homes, classrooms, and work settings.
Short-term Equipment Loans
Try equipment out before you buy it to make sure it is the right fit for you. Borrowing equipment can also fill gaps while you are waiting for a repair or shipment of your own equipment and on a temporary basis while you recuperate from an injury or illness.
The ReUse Network consists of agencies, businesses, and individuals who donate their time to connecting Nebraskans to used or no longer needed equipment. There are many individuals that may not qualify for funding, but still need a device or piece of equipment to enhance their quality of life.
Equipment can include:
- Manual and power wheelchairs
- Magnifying devices
- Devices to assist with activities of daily living
If you or your organization would like to learn more about how you can help with assistive technology reuse, contact Kristi Berst, email@example.com (402) 595-1613.
The National Deaf Blind Equipment Distribution Program, also known as iCanConnect, is a federally funded program coordinated by ATP in Nebraska. If you have significant combined vision and hearing loss and meet federal income guidelines, iCanConnect can provide telecommunication equipment and training to stay connected with family and friends.
Tech Minutes iCanConnect Tech Minutes is a video series hosted by Jerry Berrier that highlights some of the distance communication technologies that iCanConnect offers its participants, including iPad and iPhone accessibility features, interactive braille devices and screen magnification devices. http://www.icanconnect.org/tech-minutes
- iCC English Application
- iCC English Application Large Print
- iCC Spanish Application
- iCC Spanish Application Large Print
Contact Brooke Harrie firstname.lastname@example.org (402) 595-1823 for more information and to apply.