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About

Tech4Impact is a technology company based in Des Moines, Iowa Metro Area providing an array of Technology Services for Impacting Lives throughout the US that includes Technical Assistance and Training for Agencies and Individuals.

Tech4Impact has been Certified as a Targeted Small Business (TSB) in Iowa since January 2016.

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Mission

Tech4Impact is a technology company based in Des Moines, Iowa Metro Area providing an array of Technology Services for Impacting Lives throughout the US that includes Technical Assistance and Training for Agencies and Individuals.

Tech4Impact has been Certified as a Targeted Small Business (TSB) in Iowa since January 2016.

Kevin Dalin, MS, CRC

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Hi, I'm Kevin Dalin. I am the co-founder of Tech4Impact. We started the company in 2013, while I was attending Drake University pursuing a Rehabilitation Counseling Degree. It started as a hobby business providing website design and computer repairs/training. As I continued with my degree, I began to realize that I could combine my passion for technology and rehabiliation counseling to provide Assistive Technology Services. We now provide an array of services which includes Technical Assistance and Training for Agencies and Individuals. Learn more about how we got started.

Education

I earned a Master's of Science Degree in Counseling (Concentration: Rehabilitation Counseling) at Drake University and a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE).

Certifications

I have been a Certified Rehabiliation Counselor (CRC) since 2015. 

Organizations

I am involved as an advocate in the disability community and involved in other professional organizations. In 2015, I was appointed by the Governor to the Iowa's Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC). I am a committe member of the Iowa Olmstead Consumer Taskforce.I am also involved as a member of Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) and American Counseling Association (ACA), I have participated as a board and committee member for Iowa Rehabilitation Association (IRA) which is a chapter of the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA). Previously, I was part of the Region 5 Committee of the Iowa Office of Consumer Affairs (OCA).

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