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mobility & Durable Medical equipment

Often, the only thing stopping someone from being independent is a piece of equipment, like a power wheelchair or walker. Sometimes this equipment is covered by insurance, but often it is not. At LINC, we maintain an inventory of different types of mobility and durable medical equipment available to you at low or no cost.

Depending on the type of equipment, we may schedule a time for you to visit one of our offices for an in-person consultation with a specialist.

We also belong to a network of local and statewide organizations that provide equipment loans and financing. If we don’t have it, we can often find someone who does.

Equipment We Can Use

Our inventory of mobility and durable medical equipment is the result of donations from the community. Below is a list of the type of equipment we accept.

Mobility Equipment

Mobility equipment/aids are devices designed to assist people of all ages with disabilities or injuries who could be at increased risk of falling. Mobility equipment/aids help enhance mobility, reduce pain, and increase confidence. We accept the following types of mobility equipment/aids:

  • Wheelchairs

  • Power wheelchairs (working)

  • Scooters (working)

  • Walkers (folding and seated)

  • Canes

  • Crutches

  • Knee scooters


Durable Medical Equipment (DME)

Durable Medical Equipment is any medical equipment used in the home to increase quality of life. We accept the following types of DME:

  • Lifts (patient and sit-to-stand)

  • Hospital beds

  • Bed hand rails

  • Reclining lift chairs

  • Transfer benches

  • Bath seats

  • Bath hand rails

  • Raised toilet seats (clean)

  • Bedside commodes (clean)

  • Toilet support handles

Please Do Not Donate

While we appreciate donations, we are unable to accept the following items:

  • Any of the above items requiring major repairs

  • Adult undergarments and pads

  • Syringes

  • Medical supplies or equipment

  • First aid supplies

  • Hand rails with suction cups

  • Diabetic supplies


Thank you for NOT donating these items.

Assistive Technology

Assistive technology helps people who have difficulty speaking, typing, writing, remembering, pointing, seeing, hearing, learning, walking, and more. Different disabilities require different assistive technologies.


If you are looking for assistive technology, such as augmentative communication devices or eye gazing software, contact the Idaho Assistive Technology Project.

More Info? 

If you have question or need more information, call Kelly Dull at (208) 336-3335 ext. 229 or email

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