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Computer Reclamation, Refurbishment and Internet Resources
 
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Computer Reclamation, Refurbishment:

Computer Reclamation
912 Thayer Avenue, Suite 210
Siver Spring, MD
Michael Wiggins (301)495-0280

Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries
Uses donated computers in job training, education and employment services. Some machines re-sold at 13 local Goodwill stores.
Edward Easton (202)636-4225x1214

Lazarus Foundation
Don Bard (410)740-0735

LINCT Coalition
Machines are distributed by Time Dollar Institute, which helps individuals earn computers by doing community service.
5500 39th St. NW
Washington, DC 20015

Internet Resources:

Disability and Computer Access Information
Adaptive software resources for people with disabilities. Resources includes software and hardware information.

Discover Technology
Specializing in Internet and computer activities with a special interest in providing services to persons who are physically or mentally challenged.

Pleasant Ministries
Transcriptions of books into braille, Web site design, set up, and promotion.

Mount Vernon Community Coalition
Project which aims to create an attractive and useful electronic image of Mount Vernon Community using Internet technology. The coalition is offering to post a web page describing the first 100 Mount Vernon area organizations that request the service.

NCSA Mosaic Access Page
Resource with information on how people with disabilities can use the Internet and World Wide Web.

Public and Non-Profit Resources
Lists of and links to public and non-profit agencies which provide information or services related to information technology access for persons with disabilities.

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