How does ATK Serve Kansans?

ATK Program Impact in 2016

1,823 Kansans with disabilities and chronic health conditions and/or service providers received more than 3,685 Assistive Technology (AT) Services provided by ATK staff in 2016.

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Assistive Technology for Kansans, the statewide assistive technology program for Kansas, is coordinated by The University of Kansas. The project is supported by Grant Number DDHS90RT5015-01-00 from the Administration for Community Living. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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