Girl with a tablet depicting reutilization of assistive technology equipment available through FAAST Reuse Centers and Centers for Independent Living


AT Reutilization

The FAAST assistive technology reutilization program provides for the exchange, repair, recycling, or other reutilization of assistive technology devices and durable medical equipment, which may include redistribution through device sales, loans, rentals, or donations, carried out either directly or in collaboration with another entity. Visit for a list of our AT providers and the available equipment.

Assistive technology available for Floridians with disabilities can be foud on FAAST Public Awareness and Training

Why is the Reutilization of AT important?

The FAAST AT Reutilization Partners provides 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 nearest center for more information and a list of available equipment.

#FAASTFact: In 2020, 566 recipients acquired 812 reutilized devices through FAAST. A total of $227,335 was saved by device recipients by purchasing/obtaining reutilized AT instead of new. In addition, 89% of the reutilized device recipients indicated that they would not have been able to afford the AT or obtain it from other sources if it were not for the reuse services of FAAST. The cost of those individuals being unable to work, learn or live in the community without the AT they need would be immeasurable.

AT Reutilization Program - FAQ's

What is the AT List?

The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST) maintains the AT List, and it’s an excellent resource for individuals who require assistance in day-to-day activities. From mobility aids to communication devices, you can find a vast array of equipment available for free. Head over to today to explore the AT List and discover what assistive technology can benefit you or your loved ones.


Are items posted on the AT List free?

Any item posted on by one of our AT Reutilization Partners is free! Community members can also sell their devices on the AT List and may have fees or shipping costs.


The device I want on the AT List is far from me. Do you provide shipping?

Since there are some large items on our AT List, it depends on the item and location. Please get in touch with the AT Reutilization Partner that posted the item to learn more about pick-up and delivery options.


Who is eligible to receive a device from the AT List?

We allow all Floridians who have a disability, their family members, or their representatives to participate in the AT List.


How many devices can I get at once?

It depends on the availability of the items and if several people are requesting the device. We want to give you as many as you need but want to make sure everyone has a chance to receive a device.


What types of devices are on the AT List?

We typically receive a majority of donated durable medical equipment and aids for daily living; however, we accept all types of assistive technology!


Can I post a device on the AT List?

Yes! You can donate it to your local AT Reutilization Partner or post it on the AT List. To post an ad, visit


What kind of equipment donations do you accept?

We accept all types of assistive technology! Contact your local AT Reutilization Partner for more on how to donate a device.


Can you bring the device to me?

Since some devices are large and resources may be limited to transport the equipment, it is a case-by-case situation.


How long can I keep the equipment?

You can keep the device for as long as you need it! We only ask that you return it when you’re done with it so someone else who needs it can use it, keeping the reutilization cycle going!


My device is broken. Can FAAST repair it?

Our AT Reutilization Partners can repair broken assistive technology devices. A trained staff member or community partner will fix the device. Funds for this service are limited, so device repairs are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please get in touch with a partner right away for assistance with repairing your equipment.


How long do device repairs take?

Since every situation is different, repair wait times vary. To borrow a device during repair, ask your local reutilization partner!

How Can You Get Services From FAAST? Contact the Regional Demonstration Center that services your county. That’s it… No formal referral is necessary. Anyone may utilize services. Services provided at no cost.