Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Assistive Technology Warranty Act. Defines "Department". Requires a physical evaluation of a consumer by a health care professional and a technology assessment by a qualified rehabilitation professional before an assistive device is sold or leased to the consumer. Provides that the consumer is entitled to a refund from the manufacturer if the manufacturer fails to repair the assistive device. Establishes procedures for receiving a refund. Requires the Department of Human Services to prepare a written statement of a consumer's rights under the Act and to make copies of the statement available to assistive device manufacturers, dealers, and lessors. Authorizes the Department of Human Services to impose civil penalties for violations of the Act. Effective immediately.