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IPAT has a Gift Waiting for You!


Are you looking for a particular piece of assistive technology (AT) for yourself, a friend, or a family member? Were you hoping that piece of AT could be part of a your holiday giving this year? Look to IPAT’s device reutilization program first to see if we have the AT you’re looking for!

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North Dakota AT4ALL houses your place to buy, sell, exchange, give-away, rent, or search for AT. Here’s how can you best utilize ND AT4ALL this holiday season!

  • Before going out and paying full price for a piece of AT, check to see if ND AT4ALL has the item at a discounted price or for free.
  • Maybe you need a little extra cash for the holidays, sell the AT you are no longer using.
  • Before purchasing, rent a piece of AT to determine if it fits the needs of the individual.
  • If you’re looking for a piece of AT that is no longer made, or you need a customized piece of AT, post your request on ND AT4ALL.
  • Look to see if there is someone who is willing to exchange AT with you.


To learn more about ND AT4ALL visit:


If you have any questions feel free to contact IPAT!




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