ATK staff gather for a group shot in Oakley Kansas at the Buffalo Bill statue.

Statewide Services

The Kansas statewide assistive technology program provides access to equipment and services to persons with disabilities or health conditions of all ages, all disabilities, in all 105 counties and was founded in 1993 as Assistive Technology for Kansans.

Statewide training

Training for groups, partners, and individuals is available.
TAP coordinator explains new adapted equipment to staff and partners.

Learn and Get

You can learn about high-tech assistive technology including power wheelchairs, home automation devices, and new software solutions as well as everyday low-tech ideas for help with buttons, socks, shower chairs, and more. You can get help to identify the assistive technology or services you need to work, succeed in school, enjoy recreation, and to participate in your community more independently.

Individualized training

Learn how to use and maintain technology.
woman using computer magnifying software.

What You Can Get

You can get your hands on all sorts of technology! Experienced AT Specialists provide you with demonstrations so that you can • see and try a device • borrow a device at no cost • get a used device if that’s the best solution for you • help locate funding for a new or used device. • training to use and maintain technology.

Call Us

You can talk to an AT Specialist in your geographic region with a toll-free call to 1-800-526-3648. To contact ATK management, please call 620-421-8367.

Sara Sack, ATK Director

Sheila Simmons, ATK Coordinator



2601 Gabriel

Parsons, Kansas 67357