Illinois loan program helps families cope with disabilities For people with disabilities and their families the expense of vehicle lifts, home modifications, wheelchairs, hearing devices and other assistive technology can be a big barrier to independent living. A six-year partnership between Security Bank of Springfield, Ill., and the Illinois Assistive Technology Project has made it easier for people with disabilities and their families to get the items they need to learn, work and live independently. The TechConnect consumer loan program offers low, fixed interest rates, extended payment terms and flexible approval criteria for disabled . . .
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