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Assistive Technology and Emergencies


People separated from their assistive technology during emergencies may lose their independence until the AT can be found or replaced. Below are links to websites with information for users of, responders to and agencies distributing assistive technology equipment in the event of a fire, earthquake, flood or other disaster or emergency.

Brandi B.

“My mother is a very smart lady. Had she not contacted DMC and had DMC not provided me with a power electric wheelchair, I not only would have lost my job at the OC Fair but my independence as well.”