Show Me Loans – Low Interest Assistive Technology Loans For Missourians

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Show Me Loans – Low Interest Assistive Technology Loans For Missourians

Missouri Assistive Technology

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Location Blue Springs, Missouri

Show Me Loans offers low-interest loans to Missourians with a disability. The general loan enables Missourians an option to buy assistive technology equipment and devices, home access improvements or vehicle access modifications for persons with disabilities in Missouri.

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To apply, download the application, for all of your Assistive Technology financing needs. Print out the whole application and then, sign, attached the required supporting paperwork. Supporting paperwork required is as follows:

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Documentation for everyone on the loan that shows monthly or annual income.
Documentation that explains the diagnosis of the disability for the person needing the assistive technology.
A document that shows what you need to buy, what it costs and the place you will buy it from.
A copy of a state identification card for everyone on the loan.

Mail the original application packet to:

Missouri Assistive Technology
Attn.: Show Me Loans
1501 NW Jefferson St.
Blue Springs, MO 64015

If you need a paper copy sent to your home, or have questions related to applying, please call Eileen at 816-655-6702 or 1-800-647-8557 or email at

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