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Assistive Technology Demonstration and Recycling Sites

Assistive technology demonstration sites allow people with disabilities to discover new technology in the areas of communication, vision and hearing equipment, computer aids, general daily living aids, and more. Recycling sites provide low-cost and exchange equipment programs to make assistive technology more available for people with disabilities. Please note that demonstration equipment may vary from site to site, so it is best to contact the specific program in your area for more information.

Missouri Assistive Technology Demonstration and Recyling Sites

     

Contact: David Baker
3101 Broadway, Suite 101

Kansas City, MO 64111

(816) 231-7166    

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Rural Advocates for Independent Living (RAIL)
Contact:Theresa Myers

1100 S. Jamison

Kirksville, MO 63501

(800) 681-7245

     

Contact: Pat Chambers

1010 Hwy 28 West

Owensville, MO 65066

Phone/TTY: (573) 437-5100

 

Contact: Darrell Wooten

1401 Hathman Place

Columbia, MO 65201

(573) 874-1646

TTY: (573) 874-4121

     

Contact: Stephanie Brady

2639 E. 34th Street

Joplin, MO 64804

(417) 659-8086

TTY: (417) 659-8702

 

Contact: Kristal Berkbigler-Friese

1913 Rusmar Avenue

Cape Girardeau, MO 63703

(573) 651-6464

TTY: (573) 651-6464

     

Contact: Tim Lehmann

901 S. National Ave., Hill Hall 401

Springfield, MO 65897

(417) 836-4248

 

Contact: Jen Reese

2864 S. Nettleton

Springfield, MO 65807

Phone/TTY: (417) 886-1188
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MO AT Recycling/Exchange Programs
In addition to the centers listed above, Missouri Assistive Technology (MO AT) provides two programs that assist in providing low-cost assistive technology to individuals with disabilities:
     
Swap 'n Shop    

Missouri Assistive Technology's Swap 'n Shop equipment exchange program is a "classified ads" service that connects people with available adaptive devices or assistive technology! MO AT provides a listing of equipment that consumers would like to buy, sell, trade or donate at Swap 'n Shop.

Durable Medical Equipment Recycling Program

MO AT Durable Medical Equipment Recycling Program provides low-cost recycled walkers, crutches, canes, commodes, shower chairs, manual and power wheelchairs, positioning equipment and miscellaneous wheelchair parts (i.e.— tires, cushions, arm rests, and footplates). Small fees are charged to individuals with disabilities based on their ability to pay to obtain adaptive equipment from the recycling program. Equipment donations are also accepted. Contact MO AT for more information.