Equipment and Technology Information


Ablelink Technologies – Changing lives with cognitive support technologies.

Assistive Technology through CDE and Assistive Technology Partners – Items available for loan for students in all of Colorado’s Public Schools. See SWAAC coordinator at your child’s school for more information.

Assistive Technology Partners – A project dedicated to enabling persons with disabilities to have greater involvement in their communities through access to assistive technology devices and services.

The Calabrese Life Opportunities fund is designed to help people with developmental disabilities of all ages to obtain technological devices, applications to be used on technological devices or training on the use of technological devices and applications.

Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities – promotes access to technology for people with cognitive disabilities.

Colorado Talking Book Library – A free service to Coloradans of all ages who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical or learning disabilities whether permanent or temporary.

Early Intervention and Assistive Technology – Assistive Technology is one of 14 required services in early intervention. Check out the tools and services for adapting a child’s environment in order to support their ability to participate actively in many settings.

Families on the Forefront of Technology  A Community where individuals, families & providers come together to advance & enable technology for people with Special Needs.

GoodHealthWill – Fort Collins based company recycling and donating DME and health care supplies. Also helps in acquiring new equipment or supplies, or how to use existing ones.

How an app gave my daughter a voice — a TEDx talk by Alice Brouhard, a P2P Member

Kids Mobility Network – Denver area non-profit providing gently used Durable Medical Equipment.  Request equipment or donate your used or outgrown equipment on this website.

Kid Sight Colorado– sponsored by the Lions Club, provides free vision screenings for young children and referral for eye care follow up if needed.  In conjunction with the Rocky Mountain Lion’s Eye Institute at University Hospital, eye care and equipment (glasses, low vision devices, etc.) for families with financial need may be provided. The Lions clubs also accept used prescription glasses for recycling.

The A. V. Hunter Trust, Inc. – Funds for individuals who need assistance to purchase DME (Durable
Medical Equipment) through applications from a referring professional.

The Two Angels Foundation – Helping families purchase recreational adaptive equipment, funding activities for physically disabled children and providing adaptive equipment to help them
participate at school.

WOW: Watch Our Words – An organization for users of Facilitated Communication and their friends in Colorado.

flag2 NATIONAL RESOURCES – An online information resource providing up-to-date information on assistive
technologies, adaptive environments and community resources.

Assistive Technology Literature Database – A comprehensive, searchable bibliography summarizing
research on cognitive technologies utilized by persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Closing the Gap – Changing Lives through Assistive Technology

Family Center on Technology and Disability (FCTD) – A wealth of information.

Footwear for AFOs – A site for shoes made especially to fit over AFOs.

Learning Ally – Parent support and resources for students with dyslexia including an audio book library.

U.S. Variety – National Mobility Program – Offers grants for durable medical equipment in order for
children to gain access to their community. Focus on adaptive bikes for all needs.

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