Other AT Services

Training - Fee Schedule - Training Resources

Information and Assistance

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ATK staff is available to answer questions for persons with disabilities, family members, employers, service providers, educators and others. ATK provides this service at no cost through use of a toll-free number, e-mail, mail or person-to-person meetings. Typical questions involve identifying AT device options, providing strategies for working with agencies, or discussing funding avenues. ATK responds to individual AT requests through research, using existing products, devices or services, and by linking individuals to outside resources.

Vicki Souter, AT Specialist describes how ATK Services (Device Demo, Device Loan and Funding Support) work together in this video, ATK Low Vision Services ยป


Individuals: ATK provides a variety of training opportunities for individuals and groups. ATK provides training for individuals with disabilities in the use of assistive technology hardware or software. If an individual is eligible for a public funding source, such as Kansas Rehabilitation Services or Kansas Medicaid, ATK staff will ask for permission to bill for their services.

Organization/Agency: A wide range of training is available to groups. Examples of topics include: learning about specific equipment related to a specific AT category or need such as vision, memory, communication, learning disabilities; work site and education accommodations; funding/policy issues; AT resources; strategies for implementation; and special requests.

Fee Schedule

  • Fees are $500/half day plus reimbursement for mileage, lodging, and per diem


  • $125/hour plus reimbursement rates for mileage lodging, and per diem
  • Reimbursement for travel time is $25/hour
  • Fees include training materials

ATK staff can develop presentations/trainings on specific AT topics within their areas of expertise. If you have a particular topic in mind, call 800 KAN DO IT (800-526-3648) or email your regional AT Access Site.

Training Resources

ATK posts materials that may help individuals understand how they can use assistive technology in their homes, community, work or school. Check back periodically.