ABLE Tech to Launch NEW Device Inventory Database

ABLE Tech to Launch NEW Device Inventory Database

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May 1, 2020

ABLE Tech to Launch NEW Device Inventory Database

STILLWATER, Okla. 一 On July 7th, Oklahoma ABLE Tech will launch 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.

For over 10 years, ABLE Tech used NATADS to track device inventory and short-term loans. With the new functionality, Oklahomans can use the system to register, log in, and submit a request for devices from a public access side.

Multiple search functions make it easy for Oklahomans to choose the best device(s) to request, and real-time feedback shows available items. The system is quick, reliable, and completely confidential. Anyone can create a free account here: https://myatprogram.org/home/40

“Oklahoma ABLE Tech takes pride in our ability to provide assistive technology to Oklahomans in need. Our new process for device requests allows us to serve more Oklahomans in an expedited fashion,” Associate Director for Sponsored Programs Linda Jaco said.

ABLE Tech was recently named #1 in the nation of the 56 existing AT Act Device Exchange Programs and #3 in the nation of the 56 AT Act Device Short-term Loan Programs. With this new process, ABLE Tech hopes to continue to improve its ability to help Oklahomans in need.

About Oklahoma ABLE Tech:
Oklahoma ABLE Tech is committed to improving access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages. The program connects Oklahoman’s to AT through comprehensive statewide programs. Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at Oklahoma State University in the Department of Wellness. ABLE Tech is funded through the Administration for Community Living of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and maintains coordination and collaboration efforts with partners throughout the State of Oklahoma. For more information, please visit the website at www.okabletech.org or call 405-744-9748.

Apply: www.okabletech.org/reuse/apply

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Contact
Kim O’Meilia
Oklahoma ABLE Tech
(405)744-7609
kim.omeilia@okstate.edu