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Assistive Technology Resources

Consumer Assistance Program (Attorney General’s Office)
To file a complaint against a business or regarding internet & telephone scams.
Toll-Free: 1-800-649-2424

Vermont Assistive Technology Program (DAIL)
The AT Act Programs help individuals of all ages find accessible solutions to overcome barriers at home, work, and in the community, as related to disability and aging-related needs.
Toll-Free: 1-800-750-6355

Vermont Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program (VCIL)
11 East State Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Phone: (802) 229-0501
Toll-Free: 800-639-1522
Fax: (802) 229-0503

Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI)
Offers training, services, and support to visually impaired Vermonters
South Burlington: 1-800-639-5861
Berlin: (802) 505-4006
Brattleboro: (802) 254-8761
Rutland (802) 775-6452

Vancro Integrated Interpreting Service
Vancro Integrated Interpreting Services is a unique service-disabled veteran-owned small business led by American Sign Language interpreters and Deaf individuals.
Video Phone: (802) 275-0104
Phone: (802) 271-0103

Deaf Vermonter Advocacy Services
DVAS is an advocacy agency culturally and linguistically designed to meet the specific needs of Deaf, Deaf/Blind, and Hard of Hearing individuals and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Video Phone: (802) 461-4707
Text: (802) 249-0345

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind Education Services Project (CDCI)
Program to provide consultative services to school teams and families of students (age 3-22) who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deaf-Blind (DHHDB).
Phone: (802) 552-8243

Vermont Association of the Deaf (VTAD)
VTAD’s goal is to create a better world for deaf individuals and their families through community outreach, advocacy, education, legislative efforts, and collaboration.
Phone: (802) 858-2323

AT4ALL Vermonters
The AT Exchange is a free site for Vermonters to exchange gently used durable medical equipment. Some examples of items listed are shower benches, canes, walkers, hospital beds, adapted vehicles, and assistive technology.

The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials
The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning at CAST provides technical assistance, coaching, and resources to increase the availability and use of accessible educational materials and technologies for learners with disabilities across the lifespan.
Phone: (781) 245-2212

Fire Safe 802 Program
Facilitated by the Vermont Center for Independent Living, assists low-income Vermonters who are Deaf, hard of hearing, and DeafBlind in obtaining essential items such as fire alarm detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and/or alarm clock. 
Phone:  802-479-7561
Toll-Free:  800- 640-2106

Vermont Speech Language Hearing Association
The mission of the Vermont Speech-Language Hearing Association (VSHA) is to serve the needs of professionals who deal with communication disorders through, professional development, advocacy, and colleagueship.

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