Read the latest news about Oklahoma ABLE Tech.
Oklahoma Selected as 2020-2024 AEM State
September 1, 2020
STILLWATER, OK 一 ABLE Tech is proud to share the news that Oklahoma has been selected to participate in the 2020-2024 AEM Cohort. Oklahoma is one of seven states, chosen from a competitive field of applicants, who will receive four years of support and technical assistance from the National Center on AEM with the goal of improving access to literacy and educational opportunities for individuals across the lifespan. Read More...
Oklahoma ABLE Tech Receives $75,000 Grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation for the new #Oklahoma4Ramps Project
January 6, 2020
STILLWATER, OK 一 Oklahoma ABLE Tech is proud to announce that it has been awarded $75,000 as part of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation National Paralysis Resource Center (PRC) 2019 High Impact Innovative Assistive Technology (HIIAT) grants program. Read More...
ABLE Tech to Launch YouTube Program Videos
July 22, 2020
Would you like to learn how to take full advantage of ABLE Tech programs and services?
Check out the ABLE Tech Program Videos playlist on YouTube to see short videos. On the list are Device Demonstration and Device Loan Program; Financial Loan Program Overview; ABLE Tech Reutilization Program Overview; and SoonerStart Collaboration. More videos will be added in the coming months.
ABLE Tech to Launch NEW Device Inventory Database
July 7th, 2020
STILLWATER, OK 一 On July 7th, Oklahoma ABLE Tech launched a new process for requesting short-term device loans, gently-used durable medical equipment (DME), and assistive technology (AT) exchange items. This database is called NATADS. It will enhance Oklahoman’s ability to access AT. Read More...
Program Refurbishes Medical Equipment For Oklahomans
It’s called the Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program, or ABLE Tech.
Program manager Katie Woodward says ABLE Tech relies on donations. ABLE Tech cleans and reconditions equipment that ranges from bath benches to wheelchairs.
The program has redistributed more than 2,000 pieces of equipment since ABLE Tech began in 2012.
64-year-old Connie Thomason lives in Bethany and suffers from complications from diabetes and arthritis. She says the walker ABLE Tech got her last month has been a life-changer.
“It’s given me a total life, or I’d be stuck in that chair,” she said
You can learn how to donate or receive medical equipment at