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Information and Training

ALS Association Evergreen Chapter

Assistive Technology Coordinator
Jackie Gaddis
Tel: (253) 350-2043
jackie@alsa-ec.org
WATAP, Washington Assistive Technology Act Program

WATAP provides assistive technology resources and expertise to Washington residents with disabilities as well as family members, employers, and service providers in employment, healthcare, community living, and education.
800 214-8731 | 206 685-4181
watap@uw.edu

Loaner Equipment and Funding Assistance

ALS Association Evergreen Chapter

Loan Locker
Steve Gleason Foundation

Provides loaner high-tech devices and/or funding (as available)
http://www.teamgleason.org/
504-934-1037
37@teamgleason.org
Northwest Access Fund

Provides funding to purchase assistive technologies.

206-328-5116
info@nwaccessfund.org

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Eye Tracker Vendors

TobiiDynavox’s/Dynavox’s

Main/Technical support: 1-800-344-1778
Northern Washington:
Kristine Bengen (360) 319-0394 Kristine.Bengen@tobiidynavox.com
Southern Washington
Emily Conklin (785) 221-5771 emily.conklin@tobiidynavox.com
PRC

Jason Smith M. S., CCC-SLP
Jason.smith@prentrom.com
LC Technologies

Giovanina Scianna COO
Adaptive Technology Providers Inc.
541-787-6116 office
541-226-7067 cell
giovanina@adaptivetechnologyproviders.com

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Online Information and Training

Amy & Pals:
Has a broad range of current AT information available & products “Amy” has made specifically for people living with ALS.
http://amyandpals.com/

Boston Children’s Hospital’s
ALS Augmentative Communication Department
Program Website

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Online Stores to Purchase AT

General Assistive Technology Laser Pointers and Communication BoardsAdaptive Styluses
AbleNet Low Tech SolutionsEtsy-Shape Dad Store
Infogrip
EnableMart
RJ Cooper

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