Donations Hall of Fame

The Device Reutilization Program wishes to honor companies with Hall of Fame recognition when they provide extraordinary donations to our program for use by Oklahomans with disabilities. Thank you!

For the second year in a row, ABLE Tech’s Device Reutilization Program partnered with Telligen to collect durable medical equipment (DME) for Oklahomans in need. Telligen helps millions of people live their healthiest lives by improving health outcomes nationwide through proven health solutions and healthcare expertise.

In 2020 from the end of November through the middle of December, Telligen employees collected 1 manual blood pressure cuff, 6 automatic upper arm blood pressure monitors, and 36 wrist blood pressure monitors to donate to ABLE Tech’s Device Reutilization Program.

ABLE Tech is thankful for the collaboration with Telligen as it serves to match individuals with disabilities in Oklahoma with needed DME and assistive technology (AT).

5801 Broadway Ext
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Phone: 405.810.3200

Action Seating & Mobility in Tulsa has served as a drop-off site for the ABLE Tech Device Reutilization Program since October 2020. It has collected more than $2,400 in donated equipment including manual wheelchairs, 2-wheel, and 4-wheel walkers, and bath equipment. It has also donated more than $6,200 worth of surplus pediatric equipment from its store to the Device Reutilization Program. Action Seating & Mobility provides custom power and manual wheelchairs, complex seating and positioning products, and assistive technologies that keep Tulsans moving!

Action Seating & Mobility
3214 E 21st St.
Tulsa, OK 74114
Phone: 918.622.8999

Christ For Humanity in Tulsa has served as a drop-off site for the ABLE Tech Device Reutilization Program since October 2020. It has collected more than 60 pieces of donated equipment worth more than $12,500. It has also donated durable medical equipment and other medical equipment that has been given to them from the public and other resources. Christ For Humanity is a Christian humanitarian aid organization.

Christ for Humanity
6314 E 13th St.
Tulsa, OK 74112
Phone: 918.836.2424

December 2018 
As the old adage goes, it’s better to give than to receive, there is one family who is giving back times 16!

Peter with boxes of walkersEvery year leading up to December 18th the Askum family launches a charity drive to commemorate their son’s diagnosis of Spina bifida.

This year the family chose Device Reutilization Program out of Oklahoma City to receive 16 brand new pediatric walkers! They are just like the ones their son uses.

ABLE Tech is excited to honor this family by distributing the walkers to children across the state through our collaboration with SoonerStart. We appreciate the Askum family for their generous donation to children with physical disabilities in Oklahoma!


APRIL 2018
Asbury Medical donates $44,373 to the Device Reutilization Program in the form of 12 manual wheelchairs and 7 power chairs. They also donated to the OEE an additional $1,621 in the form of 100 compression sock pairs, 75 cane tips, 3 sock aids, 3 warm steam vaporizers, and 1 reacher.

In 2017, Asbury Medical Supply donated 308 pieces of NEW medical equipment totaling $8,397.00! Equipment was given to disabled citizens and included standers, nebulizers, bath benches, shower chairs (including bariatric), and much, much more. Our program sincerely thanks Asbury Medical Supply for its past, and on-going, donations.

About Asbury Medical Supply
They strive every day to provide the absolute best quality products to our customers, from respiratory care equipment to hospital beds and ramps for motorized devices. Asbury Medical Supply is dedicated to providing competitive prices and service to our customers that is unparalleled by anyone in Oklahoma City.

Inventory spans from manual wheelchairs, motorized devices, rehabilitation supplies, CPAP and sleep products, beds, bath safety, mobility, and other specialty items.

Asbury Medical Supply
3401 N. May Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73112
Phone: 405.858.0097

A to Z Medical donated over $72,719 in free equipment in the summer of 2016! The company had acquired Madison Medical and trimmed its inventory with this donation to Device Reutilization Program. Many needed devices benefited Oklahomans in need including over 20 CPAPs, manual and power wheelchairs, rollators and walkers, and more. Thank you...A to Z Medical!

A to Z Medical
3010 S. Harvard Avenue, Suite 236
Tulsa, OK  74135
Phone: 918.935.2727

Successful Inaugural Equipment Drive

On Saturday, April 4, 2015, the staff of ABLE Tech and Device Reutilization Program hosted a very successful equipment drive that brought in over $22,000 in used durable medical equipment. Citizens and health-related businesses delivered their gently used medical equipment that they no longer needed to a location near ABLE Tech's office on the OSU campus in Stillwater. This equipment will be refurbished and redistributed to people who really need it.

Linda Jaco, Associate Director for Sponsored Programs, OSU Department of Wellness, commented,

"OSU's Department of Wellness Sponsored Programs would like to thank Stillwater and the surrounding communities for their generous support and donations of equipment to the Durable Medical Equipment Drive which occurred on Saturday, April 4. Oklahoma citizens, unable to afford needed durable medical equipment, will benefit greatly from receiving this refurbished equipment. Please contact the program at 405-967-6010 or 833-431-9706 (v/tty) or email if you would like to make a donation and help us to make an important difference in someone's life!"

Along with the Stillwater drive, a very significant donation came from Providence House (GHM Enterprises, Inc.), privately-owned skilled nursing care, and Alzheimer's facility in Guthrie.

A spokesperson for the Device Reutilization Program said,
"Laura Spencer, from Providence, called us and said they had a room filled with power and manual wheelchairs collecting dust and not being used."

"We jumped on scheduling a pick-up that same week. In all, the Device Reutilization Program received over $28,000 worth of power and manual wheelchairs from Providence."