- Oklahoma Equipment Exchange
- DME Reuse
- Special Education Resolution Center
You have exhausted public sources of funding and your appeals have been rejected. You do not have private insurance or the insurance that you do have will not cover the assistive technology you need. Your next step should be to search private nonprofit organizations and foundations that may be able to assist you. There are many such sources in the state and nation, but they have restrictions on what they will provide, vary widely on eligibility requirements, and the resources available to them are limited. Each must be approached individually and you may have to contact many to decide which, if any, will best be able to help you. Assistive technology for people with disabilities may be only one of many things that an organization will fund. A person who needs funding for assistive technology may turn to a private nonprofit agency, organization, trust or foundation for assistance. There are many such organizations that may help. This Section describes such groups and lists contact information, but there may be others in your local communities that are not listed here.