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We Are Officially ASSISTIVE!

We are now Officially ND ASSISTIVE!! Our open houses in Mandan and Fargo are complete. We are all so excited and grateful to be working at ASSISTIVE and to continue to help people with disabilities discover that there is NO impossible with Assistive Technology!

Thank you to all who helped make this possible including David Hanson and his staff at H2M, the Bremer Foundation, our ASSISTIVE Board of Directors (with special thanks to Carol Anhorn),  and the ASSISTIVE staff (with special thanks to Trish and John)! We would also like to thank our partners, Mitzel Homes, Cardinal Construction, I. Keating Furniture, Reardon’s Office Supply, Quality Printing, and KQLX Radio Group.

Look for a new website and blog in the near future!

ND Assistive Mandan Office January 10, 2017

 

ND Assistive Fargo Open House January 12, 2017

ND Assistive Staff and Board

ND Assistive Board and Staff

ND Assistive Board and Staff

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