The VA Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center (DALC) serves many eligible veterans worldwide by distributing hearing aids, accessories and batteries; prosthetic socks; aids for the visually impaired; and orthopedic items to their homes as well as providing them with hearing aid repair service. DALC's customers also include VA's Audiology and Speech Pathology Service, Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service, Blind Rehabilitation Service, other VA services, and other Government agencies. These items are shipped anywhere requested.
DALC products include: Hearing aids and accessories; hearing aid repairs are also available.
Batteries - Batteries predominantly used in hearing aids provided to veterans, although several battery types are available that may also be used in other battery powered devices such as artificial larynxes, assistive listening devices, and neuromuscular stimulators.
Prosthetic Items - more than 500 prosthetic socks, and orthotic softgoods. For treatment and management of acute and chronic disabilities of the spine or abdomen, a variety of orthopedic corsets, belts, abdominal binders and supports are available.
Aids for the Visually Impaired such as rigid and folding mobility canes and adjustable-length support canes; braille pocket watches, wrist watches, and clocks; talking wrist watches and alarm clocks, wrist watches and clocks with highly contrasting faces; braille writers, and AM/FM/TV audio receivers.
You can contact them directly via e-mail at DALC.CSS@va.gov
or call Regina Krawiec, Veteran Services Division - (303) 914-5145.
The web address for the Denver Acquisition & Logistics Center is http://www.va.gov/oal/
. You can find information on this Web page for Acquisition and Materiel Management for supplier or logistic information, Information Resources Management (IRM) for Remote Order Entry System (ROES), other DALC software, or access assistance and Fiscal for information about your bill or other financial issues.
For specific information about Prosthetics, Medical Devices and Sensory Aids, go to http://www.prosthetics.va.gov/