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AzLAT is an alternative financing program designed to assist individuals with disabilities to borrow money at affordable rates for the purchase of assistive technology. Qualified applicants (persons who can demonstrate ability to repay the loan) may be approved to borrow money in amounts ranging from $500 to $10,000. Pre-loan support services, flexible repayment terms, below market interest rates, and no prepayment penalties are features of these unique programs. They both offer unique consumer responsive services not often found through more traditional lenders:

  • Assistance with completion of the loan application package
  • Identification of other potential funding sources for assistive technology acquisition
  • Guidance/recommendations for selection of assistive technology devices
  • Assistance with identifying and locating vendors
  • Guidance on resolving credit report errors
  • Intervention options to avoid consumer default

Assistive Technology (AT) includes thousands of simple to complex devices and products that enable people with disabilities to be more productive and independent in major life activities such as communication, self-care, education, employment, mobility, and recreation. Assistive technology may be used at home, in the workplace, in the classroom, and in the community in ways that provide creative solutions to reduce barriers and increase personal capabilities. Examples of assistive technology include hearing aids, wheelchairs, Braille note takers, safety rails in the bathroom, specialized computer keyboards and lifts for vans.

Independence is priceless; we make it affordable

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Senior man with hearing aid

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