If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in Arkansas, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of Arkansas.
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Map of Free Medical Equipment in Arkansas
List of Free Medical Equipment in Arkansas
Increasing Capabilities Access Network (iCAN) is the Arkansas statewide Assistive Technology program designed to make technology available and accessible for everyone who needs it.
iCAN is connecting Arkansans with the technology they need to help them learn, work, communicate and live more independently.
Their services offered are available to all Arkansans, regardless of age, geographic area, disability, income or eligibility for any other service.
- 1Their AT Reuse program is in the service of reclaiming and redistributing previously owned Assistive Technology and Durable Medical Equipment to ensure that the equipment is being used for the full value of its lifecycle. Arkansans who are seeking alternative options to obtaining AT devices will learn what is AT and how to find and donate reuse devices.
- 2About iCan
The Telecommunication Access Program (TAP) provides specialized telecommunication equipment to eligible
Arkansans who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, or who have a speech, visual, mobility, or intellectual impairment. TAP strives to remove telecommunication barriers through the delivery of adaptive communication technology.
The equipment that TAP provides remains the property of the State of Arkansas for two years and then becomes the property of the recipient of the equipment.
- 4Cell Phones;
- 5Cell Phone Amplification Accessories.
The Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission is a health related agency of the state of Arkansas. Their purpose is to assist Arkansans with spinal cord disabilities in living as independently as they choose.
ASCC has 10 Regional Equipment Recycling Centers located around the state, in each field office. Better known as our "Loan Closets", the Recs maintain durable medical equipment that can be loaned to ASCC clients for when they have an emergency or need a temporary piece of equipment until their permanent equipment is purchased or repaired.
- 1Manual and power wheelchairs,
- 3Hospital beds,
- 4Portable ramps,
- 5Therapeutic cushions,
- 6Adaptive bathroom equipment, and
- 7ADL supplies such as reachers and skin inspection mirrors.
- 1Each ERC contains durable medical equipment such as manual and power wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds, portable ramps, therapeutic cushions, adaptive bathroom equipment and ADL supplies such as reachers and skin inspection mirrors. While all Recs have basic equipment, some have specialized equipment and supplies. Unfortunately, due to space and cost, a limited number of items are available, and the specific item or size needed may already be on loan.
- 2If you have a manual or power wheelchair or other durable medical equipment (walker, hospital bed, therapeutic cushion) in good working condition that you would like to donate to the Commission (a tax deductible donation), please contact your Case Manager or ASCC Central office at (501) 296-1788 to arrange for the donation.
- 3The equipment is loaned for set period of time and the client is expected to contact the Case Manager when the equipment is no longer needed. All ERC equipment should be returned in the same condition as it was received.
- 4If an ASCC client has an emergency or temporary need for equipment, contact your Case Manager immediately. The Case Manager will determine the availability of the needed equipment and if it is available, arrange for it to be delivered to or picked up by the client. All ASCC clients are eligible for these services, regardless of income.
- 5An ASCC Case Manager is assigned to every individual who is determined eligible for our services. Your Case Manager provides services at no cost to you, your insurance provider or your family. These services are available for as long as you want or need them.
SOURCES provides services, support, and advocacy for individuals with disabilities, their families and the Northwest Arkansas community.
In Northwest Arkansas, the Loan Closet at SOURCES for Community Independent Living has an assortment of durable medical equipment to loan to anyone in the region, free of charge.
- 3Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs,
- 4Transfer boards,
- 5Canes and
- 6Other assistive devices.
- 1The Loan Closet at SOURCES receives donated new and gently-used durable medical equipment from people who no longer need it.
- 2The pieces are cleaned and refurbished so they are ready for the next person to borrow, for as long as they need it. When equipment is returned, it is checked for safety and can be returned to the closet for another use.
- 3To learn more about the current inventory, please call SOURCES AT 479-442-5600 or use the Contact Us form here.
The Village Loan Closet (VLC) is a non-profit, all-volunteer local organization that lends (free) medical mobility equipment to Hot Springs Village residents.
- 3Canes & crutches,
- 4Shower chairs,
- 5Commodes & more (toilet risers, commodes, shower chairs, bedpans, urinals, pole grabbers and more),
- 6Additional medical equipment.
- 1Keep your gently used medical equipment out of the landfill by donating items to the VLC. They accept wheelchairs, canes, walkers, toilet risers, commodes, shower chairs, bedpans, urinals and pole grabbers. Those interested to donate should fill out the form on the VLC website or give them a call at 501-922-2888 to learn more.
- 2VLC medical equipment is available on a first come, first served basis for a three-month term (with renewal options). Please note: Equipment may not be reserved in advance.