North Carolina Assistive Technology Exchange Post

Address: 2001 Mail Service Center, North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services
Raleigh, NC 27699-2001
Phone: 919-859-8360 Email: Website:

The Assistive Technology Exchange Post is primarily for residents of North Carolina, although we do accept entries from neighboring states. The program is designed to facilitate equipment exchange between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors.

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

You can access the Assistive Technology Exchange Post listings by contacting NCATP. Staff can review current listings for you, or post items on your behalf. To access the Assistive Technology Exchange Post through a NCATP staff member, contact NCATP at 919-859-8360. You can view all available items by clicking on the View Items Available button. If you are interested in viewing items sought by others, click on View Items Needed. Both of the resulting lists can be filtered/searched by AT category, by length of time posted on the Assistive Technology Exchange Post, by type, by zip code proximity and by keyword.

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