Oklahoma ABLE Tech

Making Life Accessible to Oklahomans of All Ages and Abilities

ABLE Tech is funded through the Administration for Community Living of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, made possible through the Assistive Technology (AT) Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (ATA 2004).

Our mission is to improve the lives of all Oklahomans by providing assistive technology (AT) devices and services, financing opportunities, digital accessibility services, advocacy, and education.

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Device Demonstration

See, touch, and try AT devices to help aid you in the decision-making process.

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Device Short-Term Loans

Borrow AT to determine if a device meets your needs before making a purchase.

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Device Reutilization

Receive gently used AT devices and equipment to use for as long as you need.

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Financial Loans

Purchase your own AT device or equipment with a low-interest loan.

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Digital Accessibility

Get training, technical assistance, evaluations, and more. 

December AT Inventory Highlights

Assistive Technology (AT) can be used in a variety of ways, and for a variety of purposes. It can support people in carrying out everyday tasks and activities, enhance their safety, support their social participation, monitor their health, and more. This month, we're featuring AT that might be helpful for people who need support in learning or cognition development!

CloverBook Pro

A laptop-like device sits on a stand, magnifying the text of the book underneath itThe CloverBook Pro is a 12.5-inch video magnifier with full-page text-to-speech scanning and an optional touchscreen. It is perfect for students and professionals. The portable design makes it easy to move between class, work, and home.

View this device on NATADS.

Mostop Voice Control Elephant

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The Mostop Voice Control Elephant allows individuals who are non-speaking or unintelligible to give voice commands using a speech-generating device or app and allows individuals who have fine motor limitations and are unable to activate small buttons on a remote-control device to control the device via voice commands or via the free companion app.

View this device on NATADS.

SensaSoft Squeezie Seat Small 

A bright orane, U-shaped alternative seating optionThe SensaSoft Squeezie Seat is a flexible seating option that gently squeezes by applying soothing pressure and sensory input through the trunk by the way one sits. Kids can rock back and forth to support focus during reading, listening, and class time.

View this device on NATADS.


The iTalk4's four buttons are laid out in the order: red, yellow, blue, and greenThe iTalk4 provides individuals with four side-by-side communication messages and the ability to record up to 12 saved messages. Individuals who are non-speaking or unintelligible can benefit from using the iTalk4 to communicate. The iTalk 4 offers individuals with fine motor difficulties four large buttons to communicate.

View this device on NATADS.

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Learn more about Assistive Technology (AT) for people of all ages on the ABLE Tech AT Discovery webpage.


COVID-19 Updates:


Following guidance from Oklahoma State University

  • All sanitization practices will be used per ABLE Tech’s policies and procedures.

  • We are hosting virtual training and events! Check out all of the latest upcoming opportunities below.

Frequently Asked Questions - COVID-19 Assistive Technology Devices and Services

ABLE Tech News

The Device Reutilization Program has a new address!

Beginning November 8, 2022, the Reutilization Program will be located at:

4301 Will Rogers Parkway, Suite 950
Oklahoma City, OK 73108

The main phone number has also changed, so if you need to contact the Reutilization office, please call 405-967-6010.


Oklahoma Selected as 2020-2024 AEM State

ABLE Tech will collaborate with diverse partners to expand accessible educational materials (AEM) and technology services in the state. 

Learn more about the National Center on AEM