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Children and Family Services Assistive Technology and Toy Lending Library
Keystone Autism Services maintains the Assistive Technology and Toy Lending Library. Funded by the Dauphin County and Cumberland/Perry County MH/MR Early Intervention Programs, the library is available to all children and families receiving early intervention services in Dauphin, Cumberland, and Perry Counties, as well as the therapists who support them.
The items in the library may be used by the child’s therapist or they may be left in the child’s home, once a parent has signed a user agreement. Items should be returned within 30 days but may be borrowed for longer periods if they’re not needed by another family or therapist.
Item pick up and return
Keystone Autism Services
3700 Vartan Way
Harrisburg, PA 17110
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Both therapists and families are welcome to borrow items from the Assistive Technology and Toy Lending Library. If you want to borrow items from the library, please contact us by phone or email with the name of the item or the type of item needed, as well as the name of the child if you’re signing the item out under a child’s name. We will have the item checked out and ready for you to pick up at the receptionist’s desk. You can just pull up to the front entrance, run in, and get your item.
You may also visit the library and choose your own items. Please call to schedule a time to come to the library. There are directions for checking out items on the desk in the library.
To return items, simply bring them to the receptionist’s desk. Please ask the receptionist for the sign-in sheet to sign the item back in to the Assistive Technology and Toy Lending Library.
Loan Agreement Forms
If this is your first time using the Assistive Technology and Toy Lending Library, please fill out the appropriate Loan Agreement form and bring it with you to the library.
Assistive Technology Library
assistivetechnologylibrary @ keystonehumanservices.org