Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange

, AZ
Phone: (602) 776-4699 Email: Website:

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 Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange is maintained by the Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP). If you have questions regarding the Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange, please contact the AzTAP via email at or by phone at 602-776-4699 or 800-477-9921 ext 5.

Categories of devices listed on the Arizona Assistive Technology Exchange are:

  • Vehicle Modification & Transportation (Accessible Vans, Wheelchair/Scooter Lifts/Carriers, etc.)
  • Daily Living Aids (Bathing/Toileting Aids, Lift Chairs, Patient Lifts, Adjustable Hospital Beds,Standing Frames/Aids, etc)
  • Mobility/ Seating & Positioning (Power & Manual Wheelchairs, Scooters, Walkers, Ramps, Canes, etc)
  • Speech Communication (Communication Devices, etc)
  • Environmental Adaptations (Electronic Aids for Daily Living, Environmental Control Units, Telephone Systems, Stair Lifts, Home Modification/Adaptation Items, etc.)
  • Vision (Desktop & Portable Video Magnifiers, etc)
  • Other (Accessible Homes, Therapy/Rehab Devices, etc)
  • Computers & Related (Accessible Workstations, Adjustable/Ergonomic Chairs, Computer Access Equipment, etc)
  • Hearing (Assisted Listening/Alerting Devices, Amplified Phones, etc.)
  • Learning, Cognitive, & Developmental (Literacy Software, Photo Phones, Portable Word Processors, etc.)
  • Recreation, Sports, & Leisure (Handcycles, Adaptive Exercise Equipment, 3 Wheel Bikes, Pool Lifts, etc.)

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