Equipment Exchange

Buy and Sell your Used Assistive Technology Equipment

This is a list of Web Sites that offer a means to buy and sell used assistive technology and medical equipment: Please note that the MD A.T. CO-OP provides this list without endorsement and assumes no responsibility for use of these services. All sales, deliveries and receipt of items are to be handled directly between the party selling or giving and the receiver of that item.

Abledata: used equipment Abledata’s classified listings of used equipment for sale.
Augmentative Communication Consultants, Inc. – Used Equipment List of used AAC devices for purchase. You may list your used equipment for $15 for two months.
Delaware Recycles Assistive Technology This service is designed for residents of Delaware, but they do take inquiries from neighboring states such as Maryland.
Illinois Assistive Technology Project IATP’s Used Equipment Exchange is directed by and for people with disabilities and their families and allows you search for used assistive equipment in Illinois or in neighboring states.
Kenny Foundation Mobility Center
Kenny Foundation Mobility Center’s Equipment Connection Online is designed to meet the needs of people with all types of mobility impairments throughout Michigan.
The Missouri Assistive Technology
The Swap n Shop is a FREE public service that provides a listing of equipment available for sale or donation. Individuals may also list equipment they want to purchase.
Parents Helping Parents
The Family Resource Center, offers this free service to help match items available to children in need of adapted devices, durable medical equipment and other useful tools that enrich and/or enhance life for children with special needs.
The New England Assistive Technology Exchange
The New England Assistive Technology Exchange (sponsored by the Tech Act Projects of Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont) is an easy and convenient searchable database that enables consumers and professionals to access a variety of assistive technology. Equipment can be listed for: Sale – Loan – Exchange or Donation. Any individual, organization or agency can be part of the exchange.
Recycled Equipment Exchange Project (REEP) Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology: PIAT – recycling / selling equipment: They list items, names, and phone numbers.
Special Child: Bulletin Board Sponsored by the Resource Foundation for Children with Challenges

Equipped for Independence Organization that buys used equipment and re-sells it. They have mostly wheelchairs, vans.
Medical Equipment Exchange
Med-Sell Resource for New and Used Medical Equipment and Adaptive Vehicles
The National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc. Searchable database of used medical equipment