Infant Toddler AT Services (Birth to Three Years)

Mission

To help families and local service providers identify developmentally appropriate AT needed by children with disabilities.

Toddler sitting in a chair at a desk

Activities

  • Regional workshops on AT topics related to the needs of infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families
  • Provide short-term loan of a range of AT devices to families and local service providers
  • Assist family members and local providers in determining if an AT device meets the developmental needs of an infant or toddler through demonstrations and assistance with assessments

Online Information On AT & The Needs Of Young Children

Inventory of devices available for families and local service providers to borrow: http://atk.ku.edu/learn-about#borrow »

Inventory of refurbished deivces that can be given to eligible people with disabilities: http://atk.ku.edu/get-refurbished-device »

Informational Handout for Infant Toddler AT Services (Birth to Three Years) »

Infant Toddler AT Videos Online

The KEE Reuse program accepts donated durable medical equipment.

The equipment is sanitized, refurbished, and given to Kansans, including children 0-10 years old, who need it.

Young boy using an assistive walking device

Equipment donations are also accepted.

Children’s High Quality, Lightly Used AssistiveTechnology Wish List includes:

  • Gait trainers
  • Adapted strollers
  • Feeder seats
  • Adapted car seats
  • Toddler chairs, wedges, and positioning devices
  • Prone and supine standers

Contact your regional AT Access Site: 800-KAN DO IT (800-526-3648)

AT Access Sites are located in Oakley, Salina, Wichita, Topeka, and Parsons. An affiliate Reuse office is located in Garden City.

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