Some of the programs offering free laptops for persons with disabilities include the Jim Mullen Foundation, GiveTech and Share The Technology initiatives. These programs offer free computers to persons with special needs on request.
The government and private enterprises issue assistive technology giveaways to the people in need through charitable foundations and programs. Through its computer giveaway program, the Jim Mullen Foundation issues free computers to people with disabilities. To request a free computer, interested parties need to download the computer giveaway application available on the foundation's website, fill it with personal details, state the nature of their disability and submit it. After that, the organization sends the applicant a free computer with adaptive software and hardware.
GiveTech is a non-profit organization that provides free computers to persons with acute physical and mental disabilities. GiveTech issues free computers and input devices to people nominated for these gadgets on their website. Share The Technology is a computer recycling program that issues refurbished computers to non-profit organizations and people with disabilities.
Programs for distributing free laptops to persons with disabilities place emphasis on the eligibility of people who submit applications. To avoid instances of fraud, applicants must accompany their applications with proof of their disability.