There is no impossible!

 

North Dakota Assistive is a non-profit organization that strives to bring assistive technology devices and services into the lives of North Dakotans and Minnesotans of all ages who need it. Our goal is to help bridge the gap between ability and disability using assistive technology.

What is Assistive Technology?

Assistive Technology (AT) is any device that can help someone overcome limitations. Think of AT as a tool in your toolbox for living. Just like a gardener uses a shovel or a farmer uses a plow, AT makes it possible to do something that at times seems nearly impossible. We like to say assistive technology helps people live, work, learn, or play. 

Studio 701 Interview with Mike Chaussee from ND Assistive

Recent Blog Posts

Supporting Your Independence

We can’t thank all of you enough for the grant given to my mom to install a chair lift in her home! It has been a life changer that she can finally get back to her home and get from the main level of her condo upstairs to her bedroom and bathroom. All the work you do...

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Helping keep your loved ones at home

When our parents were diagnosed with dementia, their wish was to be able to stay in their home together. And a year later they are still together in their home because of the help we received from North Dakota assistive. We are grateful to your organization. Thank...

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Affordable WIFI for Low-Income Households

The Amazon Echo Show is a great tool to allow people to video chat with friends and family; however, it requires internet access to function. Actually, all "smart home" technology requires WIFI to work. There are many Assistive Technology (AT) devices the consultants...

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What Our
Clients Say
About Us

She Found Freedom Through Mobility

“I would like to thank North Dakota Assistive for helping me get my Q-Runner Electric Scooter. I really enjoy driving around back and forth to work. It also gives me my independence to have the freedom to come and go. I use the bus to get back and forth to work in the winter, but I use my scooter all summer long into the fall. It is a two-seater as well, so my husband can ride back there, or I have room to carry my groceries…”

Sheryl Beard, Possibilities Grant Recipient

We Made a Believer Out of Him

“I want you to know, that man is so happy! He can listen to me and watch TV at the same time. Since he’s had this, it’s probably the first time in the 29 years we’ve been together, that that has happened. Thank you so much for bringing that to our attention…”

Delbert & Peggy, Short-Term Device Loan Recipients
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