Device Loan Program

Device Loan Program

COVID-19 UPDATES: Following guidance from Oklahoma State University

  • Oklahoma ABLE Tech will resume processing short-term loans on July 7, 2020. All sanitization practices will be used per ABLE Tech’s policies and procedures.
  • Offices will remain closed to the public through July 6, 2020.

Device Loans are available for FREE and up to six weeks (short-term).

Available to all Oklahoma residents with disabilities, their family members, and the professionals that support them.


  • To assist in AT decision-making
  • To serve as a loaner while the consumer is waiting for device repair or funding
  • To provide accommodation on a short-term basis
  • To support professional development

Big News

ABLE Tech is excited to announce a new AT inventory system to make accessing our Device Loan Program and Device Reutilization Program more user friendly.

This new AT inventory process allows Oklahomans to register, login, and submit requests to borrow devices.

Apply Now

Submit your application online


Download and print your application

Send to ABLE Tech by 

Fax: 405.744.2487

Mail: Oklahoma ABLE Tech
1514 W. Hall of Fame
Stillwater, OK 74078


Call: 405.744.9748 or 800.257.1705 (V/TTY)

Oklahoma ABLE Tech's assistive device inventory offers over 3,000 devices in many AT categories including devices and equipment for speech communication, computer access, hearing, vision, daily living, environmental adaptations, learning/development, recreation, mobility, seating, and positioning. ABLE Tech staff also provides guidance on funding resources for AT equipment.

For Education Loans Only

Oklahoma ABLE Tech offers an extension for educational device loans while you try to pursue funding in order to obtain the device for your student. If this is the case, please contact Shelby Sanders, AT Specialist, at or 405-744-7606 and she will send you the paperwork. 

Oklahoma ABLE Tech

Device Demo and Loan Program Overview VIDEO

Device Loan Success Story

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Emma is a 13-year-old not able to attend her local public school and interact with her peers. Bartlesville Public Schools (BPS) borrowed the Double Robot from Oklahoma ABLE Tech to allow Emma to have access to the classroom and her peers while at home. The Double Robot enabled her to attend and participate fully in her core classes and receive live instruction.