We take a look at the INDATA Project’s Equipment Reutilization (The Depot) program. Through this program, INDATA accepts donated computers and video magnifiers and sanitizes, repairs, and provides at no charge to persons with disabilities in Indiana. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about the ReUse Program.
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Consumer Highlight: Candy Sherd
Candy Sherd was diagnosed with Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) disease in 2006 after having spinal meningitis in 2004. VKH is a rare disorder that causes a rapid loss of vision. Knowing that she would have progressive vision loss, Candy started preparing and made large prints of things such as important documents and her favorite recipes. Candy is […]
Consumer Highlight: Ryan Rahebi- 2020 Volunteer of the Year
It is with great pleasure that we recognize our 2020 Outstanding Volunteer of the Year, Ryan Rahebi. Ryan has volunteered in our Equipment Reutilization program for 2 years and we wanted to recognize the exceptional work he has been doing throughout those years. The Equipment Reutilization program (The Depot) is one of the INDATA Project’s […]
Department Highlight: The Depot
The INDATA Project operates an Equipment Reutilization and Computer Reutilization (ReUse) program where assistive technology equipment is received from donors and given to individuals in the state of Indiana who have a disability. This program takes donations of used CCTV’s, video magnifiers, and computers. The equipment is then sanitized, repaired, and then given to to qualified recipients. […]