Infant Toddler AT Services (Birth to Three Years)
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 http://atk.ku.edu/contact-atk. Please let us know how we can assist you in meeting your AT needs.
To help families and local service providers identify developmentally appropriate AT needed by children with disabilities.
- 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
Infant Toddler AT Videos Online
- How to Secure a Wheelchair for Travel »
- Adapted Recreational Equipment »
- Hearing Aids & Accessories »
- Tadpole Positioning System »
- Reclining Bath Chairs »
- Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer »
- Symbol Communicator »
- Step-by-Step Communicator »
- SuperTalker – Communicator »
- Jelly Beamer Wireless Switch »
- How to Adapt Toys for Use with Switches »
- Follow this link for a complete list of Infant Toddler AT Videos »
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.
Equipment donations are also accepted.
Children’s High Quality, Lightly Used Assistive Technology 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.