Evaluation for Assistive Technology

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    Taxonomy Code: LF-4900.1900

    Programs that assess the current ability to function of people who have disabilities and prescribe or recommend the most appropriate assistive technology product to meet their individual needs including communication/learning aids, control and signaling aids, daily living aids, hearing augmentation aids, mobility aids, prosthetic/orthotic/seating devices, recreational aids, speech aids and/or visual/reading aids.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Free Prosthetic Clinic - Father Woody's Haven of HopeFree Prosthetic Clinic for amputees in need of evaluation and prosthetic technology.Denver CountyFather Woody's Haven of HopeFather Woody's Haven of Hope
    Independent Living Services - Southwest Center for IndependenceIndependent Living Specialist assist those living with a disability with referrals and advocacy for independent living. Services: - Individual & systems advocacy - Assessments for assistive technology & home modifications - Visual Impairment assistive technology - Assistive technology grants - Independent living skills training - Classes & workshops - Nursing home diversion - Transition from restrictive environments to those that are less restrictive (from high school, parent's home, nursing homes, jail) Support groups, peer support and advocacy is also available for independent living skills support. Groups and services include but are not limited to: - Brain injury support group - Multiple Sclerosis support group - Visual Impairment support group - Physical Disability support group - Socialization/Peer support group - Recreational activities - Civic involvement within the community Group meetings days and times vary. Support group types are subject to change. Call or check the agency's online calendar for more information.La Plata County3473 Main Avenue, Durango - Southwest Center for IndependenceSouthwest Center for Independence
    Independent Living Services - Southwest Center for IndependenceIndependent Living Specialist assist those living with a disability with referrals and advocacy for independent living. Services: - Individual & systems advocacy - Assessments for assistive technology & home modifications - Visual Impairment assistive technology - Assistive technology grants - Independent living skills training - Classes & workshops - Nursing home diversion - Transition from restrictive environments to those that are less restrictive (from high school, parent's home, nursing homes, jail) Support groups, peer support and advocacy is also available for independent living skills support. Groups and services include but are not limited to: - Brain injury support group - Multiple Sclerosis support group - Visual Impairment support group - Physical Disability support group - Socialization/Peer support group - Recreational activities - Civic involvement within the community Group meetings days and times vary. Support group types are subject to change. Call or check the agency's online calendar for more information. Montezuma County925 S. Broadway, Cortez - Southwest Center for IndependenceSouthwest Center for Independence
    Low Vision Services - Center for IndependenceCFI Low Vision Program offers support groups and training to individuals with low vision and blindness. Low Vision Services: - Volunteer Readers - Daily Living & Independent Skills training - Sighted Guide - Vocational Skills training - computers, keyboarding, resume writing, and job preparation - Peer Counseling, Support Groups, Recreation - Advocacy for the Vision Impaired and Blind - Information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - In-Service Training & Presentations (provided to other service providers) - Exemption Directory Assistance charger - TAP: Telephone Assistance Program Services at the Assistive Technology Center / Low Vision Lab (open to the public): - Low Vision demonstration of magnifiers, writing aids, sun shields, kitchen aids, etc. - Adaptive equipment demonstrations for talking books, descriptive movies, Bible on cassette, large print books, talking watches, clocks and calculators Montrose County245 South Cascade AvenueCenter for Independence, Western Slope
    Low Vision Services - Center for IndependenceCFI Low Vision Program offers support groups and training to individuals with low vision and blindness. Low Vision Services: - Volunteer Readers - Daily Living & Independent Skills training - Sighted Guide - Vocational Skills training - computers, keyboarding, resume writing, and job preparation - Peer Counseling, Support Groups, Recreation - Advocacy for the Vision Impaired and Blind - Information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - In-Service Training & Presentations (provided to other service providers) - Exemption Directory Assistance charger - TAP: Telephone Assistance Program Services at the Assistive Technology Center / Low Vision Lab (open to the public): - Low Vision demonstration of magnifiers, writing aids, sun shields, kitchen aids, etc. - Adaptive equipment demonstrations for talking books, descriptive movies, Bible on cassette, large print books, talking watches, clocks and calculators Mesa County740 Gunnison AvenueCenter for Independence, Western Slope
    Low Vision Services - Center for IndependenceCFI Low Vision Program offers support groups and training to individuals with low vision and blindness. Low Vision Services: - Volunteer Readers - Daily Living & Independent Skills training - Sighted Guide - Vocational Skills training - computers, keyboarding, resume writing, and job preparation - Peer Counseling, Support Groups, Recreation - Advocacy for the Vision Impaired and Blind - Information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - In-Service Training & Presentations (provided to other service providers) - Exemption Directory Assistance charger - TAP: Telephone Assistance Program Services at the Assistive Technology Center / Low Vision Lab (open to the public): - Low Vision demonstration of magnifiers, writing aids, sun shields, kitchen aids, etc. - Adaptive equipment demonstrations for talking books, descriptive movies, Bible on cassette, large print books, talking watches, clocks and calculators Garfield County823 Blake StreetCenter for Independence, Western Slope

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