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Arizona Loan$ for Assistive Technology (AzLAT) provides two financial loan programs for those with physical disabilities, AzLAT and S.E.E.D. Loan$ to support self-employed entrepreneurs with disabilities. Loans range from $500 to $10,000 Contact: Pamela Alcala, 602-776-4670, pamela.alcala@nau.edu.

The Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP) provides a network for people with disabilities to find adapted equipment or assistive technology (AT) in the hands of someone who can benefit it. These are listed by individuals; some items are listed as free, others do have an associated cost.

Grants/Funds Available for People with Disabilities

Byran Riesch Paralysis Foundation offers grants up to $10,000 to individuals with spinal cord injury to assist with payment for vehicle modifications, wheelchairs and ramps. Contact: BRPF Charitable Grants, 262-547-2083, info@brpf.org.

G.O.A.L.S. Inc. (Go Out And Live Successfully) helps people with spinal cord injuries; funding is dedicated to items such as wheelchairs, ceiling lifts, stair glides, repairs to vans. Contact: G.O.A.L.S. Inc., 561-212-6499.

Kya's Krusade offers support for children (age 18 years and less) who have arthrogryposis or other physical disabilities. Fund provides up to $1,000 for mobility aids and other equipment. Contact: Kya's Krusade Funding Assistance, 614-750-2198, info@kyakrusade.org.

Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation (MDFF) offers adaptive equipment to individuals and families affected by any one of 40 neuromuscular diseases. Contact: Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation, 800-544-1213.

Multiple Scerlosis Foundation offers an Assistive Technology Program that provides products, such as vehicle modification and other mobility devices. Brighter Tomorrow offers up to $1,000 per person to improve quality of life for those with MS, such as wheelchair ramps. Contact: MSF Programs, 888-673-6287, support@msfocus.org.

SCORE (Spinal Cord Opportunities for Rehabilitation Endowment) helps individuals with spinal cord injuries (preference to young people injured while participating in sports) to fund items such as vehicle adaptations. Contact: SCORE, 323-655-8298, questions@scorefund.org.

Travis Roy Foundation offers grants (ranging from $4,000 to $7,500) to paraplegics or quadriplegics paralyzed due to spinal cord injury. Contact: Travis Roy Foundation, 617-619- 8257.

United Spinal Association offers a maximum grant of $500 through the Adaptive Automotive Grant to help in installing/adapting an auto. Contact: United Spinal Association, 800-404-2898.

 

 

 

All vehicles sales staff are VMI Certified Mobility Consultants, training is ongoing every year.

 

Member of Better Business Bureau, National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association QAP member