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FAAST Regional Service Centers

FAAST provides access to AT through multiple programs and locations. The state headquarters in Tallahassee provides the home base for the Statewide Device Loan Program and the New Horizon Financial Loan Program as well as coordinates and manages legislative activities for the advancement of AT related initiatives. Throughout the state, there is a network of twelve (12) Regional Demonstration Centers and ten (10) Regional Reutilization Centers.

 

FAAST Regional Demonstration Centers

The FAAST Regional Demonstration Centers (RDCs) work cooperatively to provide outreach, information & referral services, and training on various AT topics. Technical Assistance and collaboration is also provided to state agencies and organizations to enhance the understanding of and access to AT and accessible information technology.

 

FAAST Regional Reutilization Centers

The FAAST Regional Reutilization Centers (RRCs) provide an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to possibly acquire used but refurbished devices at little or no cost. The centers receive donations of used equipment and make the necessary maintenance upgrades and repairs to get the equipment in working order once again. This equipment often includes mobility, computers and other forms of durable medical equipment. Contact the center nearest you for more information and a list of equipment available.

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Regional Demonstration Centers

FAAST Regional Demonstration Centers (R.D.C.) perform a number of assistive technology services to specific regions of Florida. by providing assistive technology training, device demonstrations, short-term device borrowing, and information and assistance activities.

Contact A Regional Demonstration Center For Assistance

  • Midland Regional Demonstration Center – Center for Independent Living of Central Florida 
  • Atlantic Regional Demonstration Center – University of Central Florida 
  • South Regional Demonstration Center – University of Miami 
  • Broward Regional Demonstration Center – University of Miami 
  • Central Regional Demonstration Center – Tampa General Hospital 
  • Gulf Coast Regional Demonstration Center – CIL of Northwest Florida 
  • Northwest Regional Demonstration Center – FAAST 
  • Southwest Regional Demonstration Center – CIL Gulf Coast 
  • Northeast Regional Demonstration Center – FAAST
  • North Central Regional Demonstration Center – FAAST
  • West Central Regional Demonstration Center – FAAST
  • Southeast Regional Demonstration Center – FAAST

Contact A Regional Reuse Center For Assistance

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Regional Reuse Centers

FAAST Regional Reuse Centers (R.R.C.) support assistive technology and durable medical equipment recycling and refurbishment. The Regional Reuse Centers accept used equipment donations then clean, repair, and refurbish the items to go back into the community at no cost to individuals who are in need of a device.

Florida Alliance for Assistive Services & Technology

820 E Park Ave, D-200, Tallahassee, Florida 32301

>Toll-Free: TTY: 1-877-506-2723

Email: info@FAASTinc.org

To locate your nearest Regional Demonstration Center, please call us Toll-Free at 1-844-353-2278.

The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. (FAAST) is administered through the Florida Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and is federally funded by the Administration on Community Living under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364).

Since its onset in 1994, FAAST has been and remains a resource to provide Floridians free access to information, referral services, educational programs, and funding opportunities for assistive technology.

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