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Post Used equipment
Does anyone know if there is a website for selling used medical equipment? Now that Mom is in an SNF dementia unit, I have several items that I can get rid of. They were expensive to begin with, so I’d like to sell them, rather than just give them away.

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Kate

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Kate [i](Cared for Mom for years before anyone else noticed the symptoms, but the last year of her life was rough and we needed to place her in an SNF, where she passed in February 2012)[/i]


Mon Jul 11, 2011 1:28 pm
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Post Re: Used equipment
Kate,
Many things can be sold on Craigs list or right in your local paper most havve a place for medical equip!

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Post Re: Used equipment
craigslist . org ….is where I found the used scooter I just bought….

plenty of equipment for sale….if you follow it for awhile…you can get a idea of the market prices…

you might look in adjacent towns also…not just your city

it is under the heading of…..

Health and Beauty …. beauty & hlth

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Post Re: Used equipment
You might post ads at a local senior center.

Also, you could consider approaching local support group leaders with your list of equipment. I regularly circulate lists of available equipment within the local support group though people find that if they are selling something it doesn't get picked up as quickly as the free stuff does. People also circulate lists at local support group meetings.


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