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MyAbleData - Create a New Account

If you represent a manufacturer or distributor of assistive products, the AbleData staff will assign your company's unique MyAbleData user name and password. Please email us to request them, and include your name, your company's name and your company's location.
Email AbleData to request your company's login name and password.

For everyone else, please use your current email address as your "User Name" and create a password that you will remember. If you have previously registered with MyAbleData and your email address has changed, there is no need to create a new account. Log in using your old email address; click on "Profiles and Settings"; and type in your new email address in the "User Name" box.

Why register with MyAbleData?

Registering with MyAbleData allows you to save products and resources that you find on our site; provides a one-click access to recent searches you have conducted; and provides access to a resource list for the state where you live.

Registration is optional. You can access all of our information without registering.

If you choose not to register, you can find resources in your state by selecting the type or resource you need in the "State and Local Resources" section of the Information Centers.

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