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!

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Meet Angie Larison, SAS Accessibility Specialist!

December 13, 2022
Angie determines appropriate accommodations for students and ensures that they have access to various campus resources. Angie believes…
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Meet Lisa Dobson, Student Accessibility Services Program Coordinator!

December 12, 2022
Lisa grew up in Oklahoma before moving to Coeur’d Alene, Idaho. She is the mother of two sons,…
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Student Accessibility Services at OSU Joins ABLE Tech

December 10, 2022
Have you heard? Student Accessibility Services at Oklahoma State University has merged with Oklahoma ABLE Tech! Dr. Doug…
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New Address for Device Reutilization Program!

October 28, 2022
We are excited to announce the relocation of the Device Reutilization office and warehouse in Oklahoma City! Beginning…

June AT Inventory Highlights

June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. PTSD is a mental health condition that can develop after a person experiences or witnesses a traumatic event. This month, we want to help raise awareness about the disorder and issues that come with it, reduce the stigma associated with the condition, and help those with PTSD receive the treatment and supports they need. For June, our AT specialist selected devices that might help people experiencing PTSD symptoms.

  • Dodow - Some people with PTSD struggle with insomnia. The Dodow sleep machine uses light-guided breathing exercises to prepare your body for sleep. 
  • Snuggle Compression Sheet - These fitted sheets slip over your mattress and provide light compression while you sleep. These are a lighter option than something like a weighted blanket, which some people find uncomfortable.
  • Companion Cat - This animatronic animal may be able to serve as an emotional support companion for those who do not want the responsibility of a live pet! Cuddling with the Companion Cat can be comforting, especially when it purrs. There are also dog and bird options! 
  • Bluetooth Headphones - These noise-canceling headphones can be used alone to block sound, or plugged into a device to deliver more targeted sound during phone calls, video games, or other device-related activities.
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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!