Workplace Device Support and Resources

Device Support

Durable Medical Equipment Loan Program

Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Program recognizes that there are times when new devices or high-cost items may be out of financial reach. We offer support and services to meet the needs of Iowans seeking equipment.

Device Recycle and Reuse Services

As you advance your financial options, know that the Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Center takes in donated, used devices and durable medical equipment. These sanitized and refurbished devices are provided to Iowans with disabilities for a small service fee for as long as needed - together, we pave the way to establishing a more inclusive environment for those we serve.

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Device Demonstration Services

Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Program operates a Demonstration Center to make devices available for you to see and try before you buy. We work to showcase different types of assistive technology, such as tub lifts, kitchen and bathroom features, and other devices to make your home more accessible. This is a free service that we invite you to explore.
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Iowa Assistive Technology Exchange Program

Easterseals Iowa also connects families with a free online listing of used devices that people are selling and looking to buy. You can contact the Exchange Program to see available devices or list a gently used devices through the Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology For All Center. This "classified ads'' feature connects Iowans with the assistive technology they are in need of statewide. Iowans with assistive technology equipment they no longer use are eligible to create an account and post these items for sale as a part of the Exchange Program. Iowans in need of assistive technology may view the listing and contact the seller directly You will find a community of people here working to take on disability together.
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Additional Device Resources

When you start to lose confidence, our team is here to build it back up. We recognize success does not happen immediately. We understand you may need to be motivated to continue your journey. While we are here to support you, a part of that is ensuring you understand all resources available to you - not just what our Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Program can provide. Below are just a few of those additional resources.

The Iowa Department for the Blind

The Iowa Department for the Blind helps educate, train and empower blind and low vision individuals to pursue lifelong goals. The organization believes all Iowans can lead productive, fulfilling lives – including those who happen to be blind or low vision. The Department supports and encourages independent living and full participation in life – at home, at work and in communities. Vision loss knows no boundaries with respect to age, gender or ethnicity. It should not and does not need to limit accomplishment in whatever a person wishes to do.
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Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (Iowa VR) is an employment program for individuals who experience a disability. The organization focuses on service delivery that assists individuals to prepare for, obtain, retain, and advance in employment. For those who have been determined eligible, it is an individualized program that delivers employment services based on your unique individualized employment plan.
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Telecommunications Access Iowa (TAI)

Telecommunications Access Iowa (TAI) helps Iowans who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or have speech difficulties get specialized telecommunications equipment at little or no cost. The organization offers a Phone Showroom where clients can try out the different kinds of telephone equipment available for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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Iowa Compass

Iowa Compass connects people with disabilities and complex health-related needs to services and supports in their communities throughout Iowa. Access thousands of local, state and national programs for people with complex health-related conditions and disabilities.
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