Assistive Technology: Links

ILR works with a number of assistive technology resources; while we are always available to answer your questions and help you find the equipment you need, sometimes it’s helpful to simply peruse a few websites yourself.  The links on this page are some of the organizations we work with in finding assistive/adaptive technology and equipment.  Take a few minutes to explore some of these options:

AbleData   www.abledata.com

AbleData provides objective information on assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources to consumers, organizations, professionals, and caregivers within the United States. AbleData serves the nation’s disability, rehabilitation, and senior communities.

The Mobility Store    www.ifmobility.net Mobility Store

The Mobility Store is an award-winning program providing wheelchairs and other mobility and durable medical equipment devices for a nominal fee.  The Mobility Store is formerly known as the Wheelchair Recycling Program, and operates office in Milwaukee and Madison.  The Wheelchair Recycling Program is open to anyone seeking recycled equipment.  To see their catalog of equipment, click here: http://ifmobility.mcservices.com/

Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative  www.wati.org

Known as WATI, Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative provides assistive technology services for children birth to age 3, and school age children through the Assistive Technology Specialists located at the Cooperative Education Service Agencies (CESAs).

Wisconsin Assistive Technology Resource Center  www.atresourcecenter.org

Wisconsin AT4ALL  www.wisconsinat4all.com

WisconsinaAT4ALL is THE resource for locating assistive technology available through the Wistech Device Loan and Demonstration Program.  Users of the AT4ALL website can search to find out what pieces of equipment are located at on of the partner agencies.

Wistech   www.dhfs.wisconsins.gov/disabilities/wistech/index.htmWisTech_smaller

WisTech is Wisconsin’s Assistive Technology program funded under the AT Act of 1998, as amended (exit DHFS).  WisTech provides information on selecting, funding, installing and using assistive technology.