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==='''Our Role in Disaster Response'''===
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===Our Role in Disaster Response===
  
 
Reutilized assistive technology, especially durable medical equipment, plays an important role in providing temporary devices to people with disabilities impacted by disasters that result in the loss of devices or create new needs. The Pass It On Center (PIOC) works with AT Act Programs and their nonprofit affiliates in other states and territories to provide safe, appropriate interim devices until a new, permanent device becomes available. PIOC partners with other organizations that serve individuals with disabilities to respond to disasters by identifying needs and collecting and distributing gently used devices.
 
Reutilized assistive technology, especially durable medical equipment, plays an important role in providing temporary devices to people with disabilities impacted by disasters that result in the loss of devices or create new needs. The Pass It On Center (PIOC) works with AT Act Programs and their nonprofit affiliates in other states and territories to provide safe, appropriate interim devices until a new, permanent device becomes available. PIOC partners with other organizations that serve individuals with disabilities to respond to disasters by identifying needs and collecting and distributing gently used devices.
  
We welcome the support of all organizations who would like to participate in our efforts.  
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We welcome the support of all organizations who would like to participate in our efforts. '''Contact us | [mailto:passitoncenter@gatfl.gatech.edu passitoncenter@gatfl.gatech.edu].'''
 
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===Contact us at [mailto:passitoncenter@gatfl.gatech.edu passitoncenter@gatfl.gatech.edu].===
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===Hurricane Harvey 2017===
 
===Hurricane Harvey 2017===

Latest revision as of 16:26, 7 September 2017

Our Role in Disaster Response

Reutilized assistive technology, especially durable medical equipment, plays an important role in providing temporary devices to people with disabilities impacted by disasters that result in the loss of devices or create new needs. The Pass It On Center (PIOC) works with AT Act Programs and their nonprofit affiliates in other states and territories to provide safe, appropriate interim devices until a new, permanent device becomes available. PIOC partners with other organizations that serve individuals with disabilities to respond to disasters by identifying needs and collecting and distributing gently used devices.

We welcome the support of all organizations who would like to participate in our efforts. Contact us | passitoncenter@gatfl.gatech.edu.

Hurricane Harvey 2017

Resources for Harvey

Hurricane Irma 2017

Resources for Irma