Device Reutilization

The Reutilization warehouse and office have relocated!

Beginning November 8, 2022, the new address is:

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

  • ABLE Tech will be practicing no-contact deliveries of gently-used durable medical equipment while also shipping eligible items through FedEx.
  • No-contact pick-ups and drop-offs are accepted Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4 pm.
  • The Device Reutilization Program office will remain closed to customers. Please contact the staff for help and questions at 405-967-6010 or email at


Device REUSE

  • This program collects donated equipment that is cleaned and reassigned to Oklahomans in need.
  • You must first fill out an application.


  • This program is a person-to-person exchange, which functions like a free classified online marketplace.
  • First create a FREE user account.

Step by Step Video Instructions to Request a Device

Device Reutilization Program: Operational Manual 


An additional category of equipment to support parents/caregivers with physical limitations in baby care fits under the Adaptive Baby Care (ABC) Program

 Adaptive Baby Care Inventory Link

Mail: ABLE Tech Reutilization Program 
4301 Will Rogers Parkway, Suite 950
Oklahoma City, OK 73108

Phone: 405.967.6010 or 833.431.9706
Fax: 405.967.6011

We would like to acknowledge the Oklahoma Health Care Authority which has partnered with us to provide this program which has helped 1000s of recipients in our state.  

Although the AT Act does not include a formal definition of device reutilization programs, the Act describes reutilization programs as programs that provide for the exchange, repair, recycling or other reutilization of assistive technology devices, which may include redistribution through device sales, loans, rentals or donations, carried out either directly or in collaboration with public or private entities (Section 4(e)(2)(B)).

Read more about the AT Act at AT3 Center


Reutilization Program Overview Video

Device REUSE Success Story

Reuse ABC - Amy Rylant website

Free adaptive baby care (ABC) equipment for parents with disabilities or physical limitations is available through ABLE Tech’s Device Exchange Program. This equipment is available for a loan until the family can purchase it (or until it is no longer needed). Amy of Sayre received a baby care rollator and adapted baby crib through the program to help her care for her child.

“This crib will assist me in being able to care for my baby, move him, change him, interact with him. I can be an independent mother again and care for my child safely,” Amy said.