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LiveLife Therapy Solutions, Inc. (LLTS) has administered the Technology for HOME grant since 2013. LLTS utilizes a team of highly trained Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, and Assistive Technology Professionals to provide assessments and training for people needing assistive technology (AT).
Mercarik is an Assistive Technology consulting firm focused on evaluation, system design and the implementation of technologies to enhance the lives and independence of people with varying physical, intellectual or age related challenges.
We aim to make peoples lives better through providing independence and control with their medication management.
Cadan Assistive Technologies has been supporting the special needs community by providing assistive technology devices, alternative input devices, switches, amplified phones, augmentative devices, large key and large print keyboards, Braille displays, and software for over 30 years.
A-Vu Media was founded for the purpose of introducing community based telemedicine options on a platform that also expands multimedia and two-way communication choices for Seniors, Disabled Persons and those left behind by the complexity of electronic technology and "too many button" remotes.
Forbes AAC is a speech generating device (SGD) company dedicated to bringing the life changing power of having a voice to those that don’t have one.
Leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships.
ARRM is a nonprofit association of more than 200 providers, businesses and advocates dedicated to leading the advancement of home and community-based services supporting people living with disabilities in their pursuit of meaningful lives.
As a whole, technology can be viewed as an additional tool to help solve support needs by increasing independence, extending caregiver reach, and improving the safety and security of persons served.
Empowering educators, professionals and parents alike, with the latest resources and tools they need to deepen their assistive technology knowledge, best practices and implementation strategies
The Minnesota Department of Human Services provides Minnesotans with a variety of services intended to help people live as independently as possible.
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) educates, advocates and provides support services to ensure a life without limits for people with a spectrum of disabilities.
Clients and caregivers, volunteers and staff, business partners and supporters are collectively the reason why, 100 years after its founding, Vision Loss Resources continues to thrive.
SEMCIL (Southeastern Minnesota Center for Independent Living) is an expert navigator of the disability system.
Living Well Disability Services™ delivers exceptional services that transform the lives of people impacted by intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities.
Hammer Residences’ mission is to provide adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to live life to its fullest.
The mission of Keystone Community Services is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and families to improve their quality of life.
The Pacer Center and The Simon Technology Center (STC) are dedicated to making the benefits of technology more accessible to children and adults with disabilities.
STAR's mission is to help all Minnesotans with disabilities gain access to and acquire the assistive technology they need to live, learn, work and play.
The mission of the Cassia Learning Lab is to connect older adults, their families and care partners with technologies that help people age actively, independently and safely within their chosen homes and communities.