Get a Refurbished Device from KEE Reuse

Due to Covid-19 concerns, ATK’s consumer services and staff activities will be online only.

ATK Director Sara Sack, says, “Assistive Technology for Kansans and all of its services remain open although there will be changes in access from face-to-face to online or paper contact only.”

Kansans are invited to use the statewide toll-free phone 800-526-3648 to contact their regional AT Access Site. Offices are located in Oakley, Salina, Topeka, Garden City, Wichita, and Parsons.

AT Specialists are available to talk with you about your AT needs via email, phone, Skype, Zoom, or a variety of other online options. ATK contact information can be found online at Please let us know how we can assist you in meeting your AT needs.

ATK-KEE Reuse equipment donation drive held in Garden City, KS.ATK provides quality used devices through two efforts. The KEE Reuse Program (formerly known as KEE - Kansas Equipment Exchange) is a partnership between Kansas Health Policy Authority and ATK. Through KEE Reuse, eligible Kansans can get quality, refurbished durable medical equipment such as manual and power wheelchairs, patient lifts, electric and semi-electric hospital beds, shower chairs, communication devices and other health devices.

ATK accepts donations of durable medical equipment for KEE Reuse but other assistive technology devices can be donated to the ATK Reuse program. ATK partners with local and regional loan closets across the state to help Kansans with disabilities access a wide range of equipment.

NEW! ATK supports partners interested in holding a durable medical equipment drive by providing public awareness materials in the 2018 ATK KEE Reuse Press Packet available here.

If you have equipment you no longer need, please donate it so others may benefit. High quality, lightly used items most needed include:

  • Manual and power wheelchairs
  • Patient lifts
  • Electric and semi-electric hospital beds
  • Shower chairs

AT and the Needs of Young Children 0-10 Years

Follow this link for more information including: »

  • Children's high quality, lightly used AT wish list
  • Available AT services and activities
  • Online inventory of available devices
  • Video demonstrations of AT devices appropriate for children from 0 to 10 years old
  • Informational handout

If you need used equipment, you may view the inventory by selecting KEE Reuse Available Equipment.» Equipment is reassigned on a first come - first serve basis. If you can't find the device you need, contact your regional AT Access Site to get on the waiting list or to see if other options are available.

In this 3-minute video, Jordyn Birkes, AT Specialist, explains the KEE Reuse equipment service. KEE accepts donations of high quality, lightly used durable medical equipment. The equipment is sanitized, refurbished as needed, and then given to Kansans who need it to have more independent lives. For more information, call 800-KAN DO IT (800-526-3648) to talk to an Assistive Technology Specialist in your region about the KEE Reuse program, also known as Kansas Equipment Exchange. Length: 3:17 KEE Reuse »

To donate or receive equipment, call 800 KAN DO IT (800-526-3648) or email your regional AT Access Site. »

KEE Reuse Available Equipment List

Please click here to view a current list of available equipment. » Please note that, although we do our best in keeping this list up-to-date, it is possible that there may be discrepancies.

Donate A Device Or Money

ATK appreciates your willingness to help us meet the needs of more Kansans. If you want a letter to document your donation for income tax purposes, please let the AT Access Site staff know.

If you wish to donate a device, please call 800 KAN DO IT (800-526-3648) or email your regional AT Access Site. »

If you wish to donate money, please make out your check to ATK/KU and mail it to:

ATTN: Laura Hanigan
2601 Gabriel
Parsons, KS 67357

If you have a specific purpose in mind for your donation, please indicate it. You can call the ATK Management office for information on program needs that you could support. Possible options are: buying additional equipment, shipping/delivery costs, training/conference activities, program operational expenses.

Information About Devices

Graphic link to See and Try a device page

Graphic link to Borrow a Device page

Graphic link to Get help funding a device page

Graphic link to Get a Refurbished deivce page