Tips & Advice

Donate Your Used Equipment

March 30, 2010 by Lori Potts, PT

A young woman standing in adaptive equipment and holding a red basket shares a moment of laughter with her therapist.For those of you with adaptive equipment sitting idle for whatever reason—either your child has outgrown it or your facility no longer needs it—there are dozens of non-profit organizations that are eager to take it, refurbish it, and put it to good use.

Here’s a list of organizations we’ve worked with. If you know an organization not listed, or if you have feedback on those recommended on this resource, please let us know.


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