The Massachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program:
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The MA AT Loan Program gives people with disabilities access to low-interest loans so they can purchase the technology they need to live more independently.

What is The Massachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program?

The Massachusetts Assistive Technology Loan Program, operated by Easter Seals Massachusetts, is an alternative financing project that gives people with disabilities and elders access to cash loans to purchase assistive devices and services. The program has many options that can help — even for people who don't think they would qualify for a loan.

Who is eligible?

If you are a Massachusetts resident with a disability or are acting in behalf of a relative with a disability, you may participate in the program. Many different items are considered assistive technology, including hearing aids, walkers, adapted computers or vehicles and more. We believe that the individual with a disability is the best person to determine his or her own needs.

What types of loans are available?

The MA AT Loan program offers special consumer loans with low interest rates and different repayment terms. Trained specialists help you fill out the paperwork, gather the documents you need and apply for the loan. The program can even help you use your loan money to buy your equipment.
Even if you think you cannot afford a personal loan, the program has many options that can help. Call us for more information.

How much can be borrowed?

Usually, there is no limit to the amount of money you can apply for. Each situation is different, and the program will help you determine what is right for you.

 

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