2019 April Partner eNews

2019 April Partner eNews

Thank You!

Thanks to everyone that traveled to Stillwater for the Partner Meeting on March 5th. We had some great discussions and received literature from most of the programs. If you were not able to provide a handout or brochure, we would still love to have some here at ABLE Tech so we can display all our partner’s information.

Great ideas were exchanged on how to successfully get numbers submitted every month for AT demonstrations and short-term loans. We encourage you to reach out to us if you are having a difficult time. There is no better time than now since we are wrapping up the quarter!


  • FY19 second quarter has ended! Enter all loans and demos in NATADS by April 5th.
  • Submit a Success Story for this quarter by
  • by April 10th.

Spotlight on Partner Success

Pathways Therapy Center 

Reed is a 3 year old from Tulsa County and working on his speech at Pathways Therapy Center. He has been using the Kaufman Cards in Speech Therapy and at home. He has been having great success. His family is thrilled with his progress and looking forward to more!

Pathways Therapy Center website


Oklahoma ABLE Tech's Advisory Council Meeting on April 23rd at 9:30 a.m.

We are shaking things up! For the next ABLE Tech Council meeting, we will be touring the Oklahoma Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program. You learned about this program at our last partner meeting; now you get the chance to see the facilities in person. It is amazing what they do to keep the equipment organized.

So please consider joining us for the 3nd quarter ABLE Tech Consumer Advisory Council Meeting scheduled for April 23rd at 9:30 am.

Oklahoma Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program, 3325 N. Lincoln Blvd, OKC. If you would like written materials please let me know by April 18th.

Light Box imageAssistive Technology Device Feature 

Light Box

The portable light box is a terrific tool for teaching shape and object identification, practicing writing skills and doing arts and crafts. Designed with a raised front edge to keep objects in place, the box also has adjustable feet for personalized angling. Jelly pads are sold separately.

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