Get it. Give it. Donate your used tools and devices
Giving Tech a Second Life.
TechOWL helps connect people with the tools they need through our equipment reuse program. We have many partners and people across Pennsylvania that make used equipment, tools and technology available for other Pennsylvanians with disabilities.
Donating equipment is free and available to people with disabilities, their families, friends, service providers, and others who want to donate previously owned DME/ AT.
To find out more about the equipment that we have please contact us!
TechOWL/PIAT at Temple University
Chat box on the lower right side of your screen
Email - TechOWL@temple.edu
Disclaimer: TechOWL and its regional resource centers do not accept responsibility for the devices exchanged by donation through this program.
Our partners and ATRCs accept donations of equipment then clean, store, and donate them to Pennsylvanians with disabilities.
- CLASS: Good Use
- Community Resources for Independence (CRI)
- Disability Options Network: DON
- Transitional Paths to Independent Living (TRPIL): EquipAbility
- UPMC Life Changing Medicine: MERP
- Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy Service Coordination: REUSE IT
- CIL of NC PA: A New Start
- Life and Independence for Today: LIFT
- UCP Central PA: Changing Hands
- Abilities in Motion: Loan Exchange Assistance Program (LEAP)
- Lehigh Valley CIL
- TechOWL: REEP
- UCP of NEPA: Pass AT On
- The Pass It On Center - directory of AT reuse programs in the US and a resource to learn more about reutilization of AT.
- Assistive Technology Act Technical Assistance and Training (AT3) Center - for similar programs in other states.
TechOwl/PIAT at Temple University
3 comments on “Used Equipment Exchange”
I have 3 questions:
Do you ever have used I Pads?
I have a client that would benefit having an I-Pad. His family believes it would help him communicate more effectively.
Also, I have another client that is non verbal. Is there someone who can get in touch with me so I can discuss a possible way of helping him communicate?
Lastly, I have a deaf client, he could also benefit having a communication device. It is sometimes difficult to have a translator available when I visit him.
Hello, Thank you for contacting TechOWL. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we have suspended the Reuse program, among others, for the time being. However, TechOWL does hold free Assistive Tech consults specifically for communication. Please schedule a time to speak to our specialists to prepare for when specific program reopen. https://techowlpa.org/news/make-appt/
Hello Peter Sirusas,
I have a visually impaired individual who is in need of an iPAD or tablet. How can he obtain one for free.