Oklahoma ABLE Tech

Making Life Accessible to Oklahomans of All Ages and Abilities

ABLE Tech is funded through the Administration for Community Living of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, made possible through the Assistive Technology (AT) Act of 1998, as reauthorized in 2022.

Our mission is to improve the lives of all Oklahomans by providing assistive technology (AT) devices and services, financing opportunities, digital accessibility services, advocacy, and education.

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Device Demonstration

See, touch, and try AT devices to help aid you in the decision-making process.

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Device Short-Term Loans

Borrow AT to determine if a device meets your needs before making a purchase.

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Device Reutilization

Receive gently used AT devices and durable medical equipment to use for as long as you need.

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Financial Loans

Purchase your own AT device or equipment with a low-interest loan.

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Digital Accessibility

Get training, technical assistance, evaluations, and more. 

The Latest at ABLE Tech!

The Switch Adapted Musical Whale Popper, Rib It Ball, 20 Games in One, and 30 Love Tennis Kit are placed on the grass.

Check out the June 2024 Newsletter!

July 1, 2024
The June 2024 Oklahoma ABLE Tech newsletter is now available on our website. This month, check out the…
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National Work-from-Home Day

June 27, 2024
Happy National Work-from-Home Day! Computer Access assistive technology (AT), can make a huge difference for folks who can…
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June is Deaf-Blind Awareness Month!

June 25, 2024
June is Deaf-Blind Awareness Month! Through the University of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project (OKDBTAP) exists…
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OSU Accessibility Programs is a 2024 OSU Silver Tier Certified Healthy Department!

June 24, 2024
OSU Accessibility Programs, which includes Oklahoma ABLE Tech and OSU Student Accessibility Services, was recently recognized as a…

July AT Inventory Highlights

Summer is here, which means we're all spending more time outdoors. Check out these AT picks to make summer activities more accessible and enjoyable for individuals with disabilities.

  • 30 Love Tennis Kit - This tennis kit has large racquets with shorter handles. Tennis is a great sport for practicing sound localization skills and socialization and meets national physical education standards. We also have soccer, football, basketball, and catch kits!
  • Switch Adapted Musical Whale Popper - This ball popper is great for teaching cause and effect, enhancing language skills, providing auditory and visual stimulation, and encouraging movement. The whale-shaped toy features sound effects, music, and colorful balls! It can be activated with its original button, or plugged into a switch.
  • Rib It Ball - Rib It Balls come in two sizes, large and medium. They're inflatable, crinkly, and easy to catch. The two colors and high-contrast ribbing make it easy to see and catch or throw.
  • 20 Games in One - This all-in-one device comes with 20 games! The games are classics, like Farkle, Pig, Seven Up, and Slam. The dice are large wooden lightweight blocks that are easy to read & roll. The bucket has a handle that carries everything, so the games are easy to store.
The Switch Adapted Musical Whale Popper, Rib It Ball, 20 Games in One, and 30 Love Tennis Kit are placed on the grass.

Oklahoma ABLE Tech's Short-Term Device Loan inventory offers almost 5,000 devices in many AT categories including hearing, speech communication, vision, learning cognition/development, seating/positioning/mobility, daily living, recreation, environmental adaptations, computer access, and vehicle modifications. Visit the Device Loan Program webpage to learn more.

The Reutilization Program has Moved!

The new address and contact information is:

4301 Will Rogers Parkway, Suite 950
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Phone: 405-967-6010
Fax: 405-967-6011
Email: atreuse@okstate.edu

Take Online Digital Accessibility Courses!

You don't have to know anything about accessibility to start learning! Whether you're new to this idea or have lots of accessibility knowledge, there will be something in the catalog for you!