In Arizona, there are different agencies and non-profits that have various programs designed to help people in need of adaptive driving equipment or wheelchair transportation. Below are just some of the more prominent groups that we have been able to identify in helping our website visitors with finding financial assistance.
It is our wish that every American who needs assistance can find the help they need. If you know of additional resources, please let us know. We will be glad to add organizations that are helping the disabled community or our special needs families with grant opportunities. If you have any questions, contact MobilityWorks today.
The goal of the Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange hosted by AzTAP is to put Assistive Technology (AT), adapted equipment or Durable Medical Equipment (DME) that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it. The Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange is primarily for residents of Arizona, although we do accept entries from other states. The program is designed to facilitate equipment/device exchange (s) between individuals and is not for the use of for profit vendors or distributors to sell equipment.
The Pacific ADA Center helps educate the public on the Americans with Disabilities act of 1990 and provides technical assistance and training. This is one of 10 ADA centers across the country and serves Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and the Pacific Basin.
The Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (ADDPC) serves Arizona residents with developmental disabilities along with their families, providing original research and support to projects that accomplish their three current goals in the state plan: increasing employment opportunities, encouraging individuals to advocate for themselves and promoting inclusion.