Client Assistance Programs
Provides limited financial assistance to people with disabilities for such things as: Medication, Ramps/Minor Home Modification and Low-Cost Assistive Technology.
This program is funded in part by fee for service income and fundraising events.
There are some restrictions as to who can access this program and the frequency in which it can be accessed. Independent living skills training may be recommended as part of this program in an effort to assist consumers in managing their lifestyle choices.
For more information, please call the SEMO Alliance for Disability Independence main office at (573) 651-6464 or contact us, be sure to reference Client Assistance Programs.
Ramps/Minor Home Modification
Consumers in need of minor home modifications such as bath bars or ramp repairs/installation maybe eligible for assistance through the Client Assistance Ramps program. Consumers must own their home and be able to provide bids from contractors that meet SADI’s specifications to be considered for assistance. This program is based on funding and may not always be available.Request Info
Low-Cost Assistive Technology Devices (Non-Durable Medical Equipment)
Assistive Technology, or AT, equates to any item, piece of equipment or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified or customized that assists individuals with disabilities to increase, maintain or improve their functional capabilities within their homes and communities.Request Info
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