MonTECH: Improving lives with technology

MonTECH provides technology, support, and services that improve the quality of life for Montanans with disabilities.

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Equipment Loans »
MonTECH hosts several equipment loan programs and an exchange program.

Demonstrations »
Demonstrations provide a way to see and play with the assistive technology available for your needs. We hold demonstrations at our Missoula and Billings office as well as virtually using Skype, FaceTime, Blackboard, or teleconference.

Financial Assistance »
The funding resource guide is intended to help consumers find funding sources to help them acquire the AT they need.

Training »
MonTECH offers numerous Assistive Technology (AT) training opportunities for groups and individuals.

Reuse »
Sell, give away, exchange, or list a need for Assistive Technology or Adaptive Equipment free of charge. Post equipment that you need or want to sell on our exchange.


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MonTECH's Upcoming Events

Wed
4

Open Lab

January 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The University of Montana Rural Institute
Thu
23

MonTECH Expo for MCPS

February 23 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Sentinel High School
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NEWS/BLOG

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Katie Hill Finds A New Voice

February 15, 2017

Twelve-year-old Katie Hill is kind of a media star these days. Katie has a genetic movement disorder and is nonverbal, and her quest to find a better speech-generating device (SGD) […]

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Combating Eye Strain

February 10, 2017

By Scott Thomas Eye strain Eye strain (or computer vision syndrome) has been a consistent issue in my year plus of operating an eye gaze computer. It is common among […]

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LOAN ITEMS

E-Z Reacher

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The E-Z reacher is a 20″ locking reacher with a blue pistol-grip handle and rear locking mechanism and a suction cup holder. It has a full unlimited warranty. […]

Sure Step All-Terrain Cane – Bag Included

Sure Step All Terrain Cane

The spring action of the articulating base on this Sure Step® cane acts like an extra ankle and foot, providing greater stability when walking. The base of the cane maintains […]

WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY

As part of the University of Montana, the Rural Institute follows the University of Montana Accessibility Resources and Statement. You can find more information by following the links below.

Accessibility Information »
University of Montana Accessibility Resources and Statement »