Donate or lend used equipment

Tips & Advice Donate Your Used Equipment October 09, 2017 by Lori Potts, PT
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...
How To's Donate Your Used Equipment
These organizations accept used adaptive equipment to re-furbish and provide it to families in need in the US or internationally. If you know an organization not listed here, or if you have feedback on those recommended on this page, please email us at info@rifton.com. To find an organization that offers the opportunity to loan, borrow, or directly exchange equipment via web-based information exchange...
Stories No Way Jose! March 14, 2017 by Rachel Mercer, Sales Rep
“Jose! Jose! No way Jose!"  Lined up on the playground, 500 elementary students chanted their support for Jose as he propelled his very own Rifton mobile stander across the platform at Mayflower Elementary. Then down the long ramp he went to the playground surrounded quickly by his friends, family, the Monrovia mayor, police officers and firemen (and many cameras). What a day! A bright and...
Stories A Great Opportunity for Therapists November 18, 2014 by Bonnie Pruckler, PT
As a physical therapist working in pediatrics for most of my career, I have always loved Rifton equipment. There’s a certain excitement in how the right device can transform a child’s life. As part of this passion, I began to collect used equipment and wheelchairs to donate them to organizations that provide them to children and adults who cannot afford them. Before long, I found myself...
Tips & Advice Equipment Exchange Programs May 24, 2013
Obtain or donate used AT devices and equipment via web-based information exchange.
Tips & Advice Donate Your Used Equipment March 30, 2010 by Lori Potts, PT
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...
Tips & Advice Equipment Recycling AT Access Sites in Kansas June 14, 2006
Why are there pieces of durable medical equipment on curbsides, flea markets, yardsales…and in dumps? What about re-utilization of quality equipment? The State Assistive Technology Act, first passed in 1988, is a federal law that requires state responsibility in four areas regarding equipment: (1) demonstration (2) loan (3) support for financing and….did you know? (4) equipment re...