Assistive Technology (AT) Act programs in KS, OK, and SD have partnered with their state Medicaid agencies to retrieve, refurbish, and redistribute valuable DME, making it more accessible to all.
A power wheelchair was recently donated to REquipment, the durable medical equipment (DME) reuse program in Massachusetts. Inside the pocket was an anonymous note intended for the next user.
Sharing this project with AT3 Center blog readers is irresistible. To conclude our series on accessible video making, embedded here is a one-minute promotional video I made for the Massachusetts durable medical equipment (DME) reuse program, REquipment.
Donate gently-used durable medical equipment before just heading to the dump! Here’s how…
“Maria” came into the Bridge Mobility Center, a community partner of WATAP, looking for a pediatric stroller for Eduardo, who has cerebral palsy and had outgrown his infant stroller.
Sage advice from Karen Langley, Executive Director of REquipment, Inc. a MassMATCH AT Program partner