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Equipment

The Montana Adaptive Equipment Program
The Montana Adaptive Equipment Program (MAEP) is a grant-funded program that loans adaptive equipment (AE) to children, teens, and adults who have a qualifying developmental disability (see eligibility form). A variety of positioning, seating, mobility, recreation, and ADL equipment is available for loan.
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CENTER ON TECHNOLOGY AND DISABILITY
Assistive and instructional technology (AT/IT) allows children across the ability spectrum to participate fully at home, in school, and in the community. The Center on Technology and Disability provides a wealth of free resources – personal and professional development (PPD) webinars, articles, guides, training materials and more. Whether you’re brand new to assistive technology or an experienced user wanting to remain on the leading edge, CTD has high-quality, research-based materials and events for you!
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Tadpole Adaptive
Tadpole Adaptive is an online retailer specializing in unique adaptive equipment to help children interact, play, participate and have fun! It was co-founded by a physical therapist and a wheelchair user. There is a physical therapist on staff that can help individuals make sound choices for their equipment needs as well as show you unique ways to use everyday items.
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Last updated 1/12/2018