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  • Go to Assistive Technology Regional Centers website. See, Touch and Try.Assistive Technology Regional Centers are operating in western and eastern Massachusetts; visit them to learn about, try out or borrow assistive technology.
  • Go to Massachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program WebsiteMassachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program (MATLP) is an alternative financing program funded through state and federal resources to give people with disabilities and their families access to low-interest cash loans to buy the assistive technology devices they need.
  • Go to DME Requipment dot com: Choose to Reuse your DME.DMErequipment.org offers free gently-used, refurbished wheelchairs and other DME to people who need it. Delivery is available within Greater Boston. Search for available items here.
  • Go To Get A T Stuff dot comGetATStuff.org is the online home of the Assistive Technology Exchange in New England and New York. Here you can shop for used equipment or advertise what you are no longer using.

For Educators/Parents

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For Employers

Most "reasonable accommodations" are affordable and effective. Read FAQs from employers and find the help you need from MassMATCH programs and links. Visit our "For Employers" Section.

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Posted: Monday, June 29, 2015, 10:31 am
Volunteers to Participate in Wearable Navigation Experiment

Recruitment of Volunteers to Participate in Wearable Navigation Experiment Our team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is testing a device that could potentially help people who are blind and visually impaired people. Although our system is designed for … Continue reading

Posted: Thursday, June 4, 2015, 4:02 pm
Say “No” to Ill-Fitting Wheelchairs

Hi DME Users, Rehab Professionals and activists, Say no to ill-fitting wheelchairs and support the “Ensuring Access to Quality Complex Rehabilitation Technology Act” now! Let’s ensure that everyone has access to individually-configured wheelchairs that best meets their physical and functional … Continue reading

Posted: Thursday, June 4, 2015, 12:08 pm
MassMATCH Website Survey

Please Take Survey About MassMATCH Program Website   MassMATCH is seeking feedback on the usability and usefulness of everything about our website. Please share your experiences by completing the MassMATCH User Experience Survey by June 26th at http://www.massmatch.org/survey.php. Thank you.