Medical Equipment and Disability Aids


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For the convenience of the public, the ScCPC has listed the providers above to show what services may be available in South Carolina. We cannot verify the business practice nor the background of these providers. As a result, we do not provide their contact information. If you wish to contact a member of our council regarding any of the services listed above, please fill out the form below and a council member will contact you. Please be aware that your information may be shared with other members of the council who might be able to help you as well. Read Our Disclaimer.

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About Medical Equipment & Disability Aids

    Medical equipment is a term often used to refer to a larger category of services called assistive technology. Assistive technology is a broad term and may mean different things to different people but for our purposes we will define it as the following:

    - Devices or systems to help people who have no skilled medical needs manage their disabilities,

    - Devices or systems that may also support disabilities with people who are receiving Medicare home care,

    - Personal items or devices that make life easier for people with disabilities,

    - Living environments that accommodate disability Consultants, books and other advice,

    - Home Modification.

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