Device Loan Program

Device Loans are available for FREE and for 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

How to Borrow Devices for a Short-Term Loan

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Submit Online Device Loan Application

1. Register for an Oklahoma (NATADS) ABLE Tech account.
     NOTE: Must select AT Program: Oklahoma ABLE Tech
2. Search device short-term loan inventory
3. Add device to Loan Cart
4. Click View Loan Cart in the green box at the top.
5. Submit Device Loan Request

You can borrow up to 3 devices at a time for 6 weeks unless otherwise specified.

Download and Print Device Loan Application

Submit 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

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. 

Device Demo and Loan Program VIDEO

Device Loan Success Story

William at home preparing dinner

Justin is a 30-year-old with a vision impairment raising his 9-year-old son as a single parent. He receives services from ABLE Tech’s Device Demonstration and Short-Term Loan Program partner, NewView Oklahoma. Justin’s primary goals are to cook meals and to stay as independent as possible in caring for his son and completing his daily living activities. Justin borrowed and utilized many adaptive pieces of equipment and used low vision techniques to cook a full breakfast. Justin also found success using the Be My Eyes application on his smartphone. Assistive technology is helping Justin meet his goals!