Vermont is a state where Freedom and Unity flourish. Vermont programs aid people with disabilities to live a more independent life by offering resources, financial assistance and training initiatives.
Opportunities Independence Fund
The Independence Fund provides loans for purchase of assistive technology including adaptive vehicles and vehicle modifications. The loan can be combined with grants made possible by the Vermont Center for Independent Living.
Vermont Assistive Technology Program
This program increases access of assistive technology to people of all ages and abilities. They provide short term equipment loans, advocacy, funding resources and training.
Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living
Offers programs and services to assist persons with disabilities live life as independently as possible.
New England ADA Center
The DBTAC-New England ADA Center provides information and services about the Americans with Disabilities Acts and accessible information technology living in the New England area.
Northern New England AgrAbility Project
Provides assistance to farmers and their families who are affected by a disability. They have three offices in the state of Vermont. There are no fees for their services.
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
A program that provides skiing and sports recreation for persons with disabilities. The Kelly Brush Foundation is an advocate for ski racing safety and helps make purchases of adaptive athletic equipment for those with financial imitations.