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|Assistive Technology Program Name||Assistive Technology Program Mission||Assistive Technology Program Contact|
|AbleLink||Was founded in 1997 that provides research-based cognitive therapies for those with cognitive disAbilities. They can offer individuals that represent and help in the areas of software engineering, human factors, human services, rehab technology, occupational therapy, and clinical psychology.|
|AbleNet||Is a world leader in assistive technology, curriculum, and services to help individuals with disAbilities lead productive and fulfilling lives. They can work with all speech-language pathologists to equip every induvial with the ability to be heard. They believe that every person deserves the basic human right, to be heard.|
|AccessTR||Was founded by Don Krebs who has a personal background of being not letting his disability hold him back from experiencing recreation. With customer service as their focus, they are able to provide direction for any need. This company carries a wide range of products from fishing aids to crochet aids, exercise equipment to rehabilitation equipment, wheelchairs to wheelchair ramps and hundreds of other items. To further meet customer’s needs, Pediatric and Bariatric products have been recently added to the site|
Children's Rehabilitation Service
|Is a state-wide system and part of the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and campaign to provide services for children and adults living with hemophilia as well as other certain health care needs. They are also able to provide assistance to the families of those effected. With a family-centered approach and partnerships with a multitude of different resources, CRS is able to provide specialist clinics and other services by physicians, social workers, nurses, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, registered dietitians, parent consultants, and a great number of other resources. CRS also partners with local school systems to provide knowledge on disabilities and specific needs while allowing each student to be independent during their time at school.|
602 S. Lawrence St.
|High Tech Mobility||Is a full-service provider in Alabama that offer services state-wide. They offer a wide selection of mobility services including scooter, wheelchairs, ceiling lifts, stairlifts, driving controls, and driving control accessories.|
3351 Warrior River Rd
Hueytown, AL 35023
|i-Accessibility||Provides accessibility apps and accessories for current technology for disabilities including blindness, deaf, cognitive and intellectual, hard of hearing, low vision, mobility, and speech. They have access to the latest technology aid in updating it to meet the needs to everyone. The accessories include but are not limited to alerting systems, braille devices, cases, emotional support, mobility devices, mounts, notification devices, stands, and more. Their videos and podcasts connections provide and resources for everyone to gain access to the latest technology.|
1081 West Innovation Drive
Kearny Missouri 64040
|STAR||Is a program through the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services that provides services from the federal grant through Assistive Technology Act. These services include assistive technology lending library, alternative financing programs, centers for durable medical equipment, and assistive technology training. With an extreme dedication for expanding accessibility tools, STAR has resources in the areas of vision, speech communication, recreation, vehicle modification, hearing, mobility, learning, environmental adaptations, and many other resources.|
560 South Lawrence St.
|Technology Assistance for Special Consumers (T.A.S.C.)||Is a non-profit organization that partners with United Cerebral Palsy of Huntsville and Tennessee Valley to bring awareness to the services that they provide. The mission of this non-profit is to provide those with disAbilities and their families with access to assistive technology devices and services to increase their independence in all areas.|
1856 Keats Drive
Huntsville, AL 35810
|Wheelchair Getaways Wheelchair Accessible Van Rentals and Classifieds||Purpose is to consistently provide you with the highest standards of product quality, safety, and customer service to meet your wheelchair-accessible vehicle needs. Our nationwide network of over 190 locations is a testament to the decades of happy customers who have used Wheelchair Getaways for their accessible vehicle rentals.||www.wheelchairgetaways.com.|