Assistive Technology Grants & Funding

There are a variety of Assistive Technology (AT) grants and funding available for students with exceptionalities. Below are informational websites and articles that discuss various AT grants.

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    Funding Sources Directory for iPads and other Mobile Devices

    Applications must be submitted by the person with autism, an immediate family member of the person with autism, or a licensed teacher, social worker, or therapist. The Technology Grant Review Committee will review eligible applications based on established criteria and select the iPad grant recipients.

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    Informed Consumer's Guide to Funding Assistive Technology

    Veterans may be entitled to assistive technology equipment or devices as part of their Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care benefits if the equipment or device is determined to be medically necessary.

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    Grant Funding Sources Kurzweil 3000

    There are a variety of grant funding sources for the Kurzweil 3000.  There are informational websites as well as information about all of the states departments of education.  

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    Grants & Funding - Riverdeep, Destination Success, Reading Software, Math Software, Education Software

    No Child Left Behind Funding Riverdeep solutions qualify for federal funding under NCLB including Title I, Reading First, English Language Learners, Innovative Programs, and more. With the new emphasis on pre-referral interventions, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) funding can also be used for Riverdeep resources.

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    Disabled Children's Relief Fund - Home

    Disabled Children's Relief Fund (DCRF), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, provides disabled children with assistance to obtain wheelchairs, orthopedic braces, walkers, lifts, hearing aids, eyeglasses, medical equipment, physical therapy, and surgery. Blind, Deaf, Amputees, and children with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Spastic Quadriplegia, Encephalitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Spina Bifida, Down's Syndrome, and other disabilities receive assistance.

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    AbleData: View Organization List

    The records in AbleData are provided for information purposes only. Neither the U.S. Department of Education nor ICF Macro has examined, reviewed, or tested any product, device, or information contained in AbleData. The Department and ICF Macro make no endorsement, representation, or warranty express or implied as to any product, device, or information set forth in AbleData.

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