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Taxonomy Code: BM-9500

Programs that pay for or supply tools and equipment that are necessary for gardening, home maintenance, employment or other purposes.

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AgrAbility for PennsylvaniansAgrAbility provides direct services for farmers and farm family members with a disability or long-term health condition who want to remain in production agriculture. Services include on site assessment of needs, identification of appropriate modifications, equipment or assistive technology and referral to state and local resources. Many farmers with a disability are referred to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) which works with individuals on employment issues such as training, evaluation, assistive technology, and modifications. AgrAbility also participates in a wide variety of educational programs such as farm safety day camps, presentations to health care and rehabilitation professionals, county crop and dairy days, and statewide agricultural expositions. AgrAbility for Pennsylvanians is a partnership between the Penn State Cooperative Extension, United Cerebral Palsy, Inc., Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry-OVR and USDA-NIFA. CentreAgrAbility for PennsylvaniansAgrAbility for Pennsylvanians
TeamChildrenComputer donation/refurbishment/distribution program works to ensure that every child has the tools and opportunities they need to contribute and compete effectively in today's digital global environment. Other areas of focus are on promoting the benefits and practices of Rolfing/massage for babies and children; transforming preschool education; ending the digital divide; and promoting youth training and development in the non profit sector.MontgomeryTeamChildrenTeamChildren

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