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Resources

Welcome to the resources page of Independence AT, where we aim to provide valuable information and support to individuals with low vision and blindness. Explore the following resources to access helpful services and organizations dedicated to enhancing your independence and quality of life:

 

Veterans Affairs (VA) Services

The Veterans Affairs (VA) offers a range of low vision services and support for veterans facing vision impairment. From comprehensive vision assessments to assistive technology solutions, the VA is committed to meeting the unique needs of visually impaired veterans. Contact your local VA medical center to learn more about available services and eligibility criteria.

Independent Living for the Blind (ILB) - Arizona

Independent Living for the Blind (ILB) is a nonprofit organization in Arizona dedicated to empowering individuals with visual impairments to live independently and achieve their goals. ILB provides a wide range of services, including skills training, assistive technology assistance, and advocacy. Visit their website to learn more about their programs and how they can support you on your journey to independence.

Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR)

The Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR) offers resources and services to individuals with disabilities, including those with low vision or blindness. DETR provides vocational rehabilitation services, job training programs, and employment assistance to help individuals with disabilities achieve their career goals. Contact DETR to explore available services and support options.

Arizona Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program (ATEI)

The Arizona Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program (ATEI) offers specialized telecommunications equipment to individuals with disabilities, including those with low vision or blindness. ATEI provides free or discounted assistive devices, such as amplified phones and screen reading software, to enhance communication accessibility. Visit the ATEI website for more information on eligibility and available equipment.

We hope these resources prove valuable in your journey towards independence and empowerment. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.

Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP)

The Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP) is dedicated to increasing access to assistive technology for individuals with disabilities, including those with low vision or blindness. AzTAP offers information, training, and technical assistance to help individuals and organizations make informed decisions about assistive technology solutions. Whether you're looking for assistive devices for home, school, or work, AzTAP can provide valuable resources and support. Visit the AzTAP website to learn more about their services and how they can assist you in accessing the technology you need to live independently and participate fully in everyday activities.

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