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ASSISTIVE PHONE PROGRAM - CLEAR CAPTIONS

CLEAR CAPTIONS #44426930


location_on A
  • 595 Menlo Drive
    Rocklin, Placer

Offers captioned phone equipment that displays text of conversations in near real-time on a large color touchscreen so people with hearing disabilities can both see and hear what callers are saying. Requires a landline telephone and high speed internet connection.
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION CENTER

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION CENTER #65630909


location_on B
  • 1010 Hurley Way
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-921-5639

CTEC provides services in Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC), which is the use of personalized methods or devices to increase a person's ability to communicate. Most individuals who use AAC rely on a variety of methods, from "light tech" to "high tech". CTEC will showcase a wide range of AAC systems.

CTEC is:
A place to see, touch and try out AAC technology, from light tech to high tech
A place to connect with others
A place to get assistance with the assessment, trial, and funding process,
A place to learn how to use new technology,
A place for consumers, family members, and professionals to get the support they need to make
appropriate technology decisions.
FREE ASSISTIVE PHONE SERVICE - CTAP

CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE ACCESS PROGRAM #4661205


location_on C
  • 1300 Ethan Way
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Spanish
    800-949-5650

Offers specialized telephone equipment and network services at no charge, to qualified California consumers who have functional limitations to using the telephone. To qualify you must live in California, must be certified as having a permanent or temporary impairment that makes using the telephone difficult. Californians who are deaf, hard of hearing, speech disabled, blind, or who have low vision, cognitive impairments, or restricted mobility, are eligible to receive equipment with certification by a medical doctor, a licensed audiologist, a qualified state agency, or a hearing aid dispenser.

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FREEDOM TECH ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY LOANS

ABILITY TOOLS #41531465


location_on D
  • 1000 G Street
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Assists individuals in receiving low interest financial loans to help pay for assistive technology.
SENIOR IMPACT PROJECT - SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND

SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND #4660867


location_on E
  • 1238 S Street
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Provides services for people who are blind orvisually impaired. Through the Senior IMPACT Project, offers free training to people 55 or over in non-visual skills and alternative techniques for everyday activities including dialing the telephone, managing medications, using appliances, managing money, cooking, and mobility.
MEDICAL ALERT DEVICES

MEDICALERT FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL #48268822


location_on F
  • 101 Lander Avenue
    Turlock, Stanislaus

Provides medical alert devices through a Phillips Lifeline that can be used in the home or away from the home. Clients can call for emergency help with the press of a button. Has the capability to call for help automatically if it detects a fall. ID bracelets, necklaces, and IDs are available to communicate health conditions to emergency personnel. Wireless options are available that require no landline phone.
ADA PERSONAL & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS RESOURCES

PACIFIC ADA CENTER #64889881


location_on G
  • 555 12th Street
    Oakland, Alameda

Pacific ADA Planning Guide
Emergency Power Planning for People Who Use Electricity and Battery Dependent Assistive Technology and Medical Devices - https://www.pge.com/pge_global/common/pdfs/safety/electrical-safety/electric-generator-safety/Pacific-ADA-Centers-Emergency-Power-Planning-Fact-Sheet.pdf

Personal Preparedness Resources
Emergency Preparedness Publications & Resources - https://www.adapacific.org/emergency-preparedness-publications-resources

These resources have info useful for preparing for many kinds of emergencies and events including PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) and unplanned power outages.
ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCES SERVICES - AT&T

AT&T #4663603


location_on H

  • San Francisco, San Francisco

Provides special equipment and network services at no charge to people with vision, mobility, hearing and speech impairments. 
COMMUNICATION ACCESSIBILITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES - AT&T

AT&T #65847223


location_on I

  • San Francisco, San Francisco

AT&T has assistive/accessibility technology and tools for 
VISION LOSS INFORMATION LINE AND SERVICES

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND #65630853


The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) is a national nonprofit that expands possibilities for people with vision loss.