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Vermont Assistive Technology Program
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This program helps you find equipment to make your daily tasks, job and social life easier with a disability. You can also borrow the equipment at places called "tryout centers."  

How do I get help?

To get help, please contact the Vermont Assistive Technology Program. Visit their website, or call 800-750-6355.

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