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.


• 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
Toddler sitting in an adapted corner chair with a book.

Infant-Toddler Training: Opportunities for Engagement: Workshop Materials

PowerPoint Presentations:

  1. Jan 2023 Workshop PowerPoint Presentation (108 slides)
  2. Switch Positioning – Workshop PowerPoint Presentation


  1. Infant-Toddler Care Plan for Children with Special Needs
  2. ATK Device Loan Inventory Part 1 (Bathing, Toileting, Car Seats)
  3. ATK Device Loan Inventory Part 2 (Gait Trainers, Walkers, Standers & More)
  4. ATK Device Loan Inventory Part 3 (Seating & Other Mobility & Positioning Aids)
  5. ATK Device Loan Application
  6. ATK Device Loan Professional Consultation Form

Resource section (in order):

  1. Resource Bibliography - ATK
  2. The Importance of Positioning
  3. Attermeier Chapter 3: Positioning and Mobility
  4. Positioning Chart
  5. Medical Necessity Checklist
  6. Achieving Optimal Toileting Positioning
  7. Car Seats for Children with Special Needs
  8. Little Room Handouts Compiled
  9. Attractive Objects
  10. Putting a child in the little room
  11. 50 ideas for simple switch – low tech
  12. 60 things to do with a single switch
  13. 25 things to do with a switch pouring cup
  14. Northcott PowerLink

AT & The Needs Of Young Children - Online Information:

An Inventory of devices listed below is available to loan. Families with infants, toddlers, and young children and local service providers may borrow items for a short-term loan. Other items may be available. Please get in touch with your regional AT Access Site at 800-526-3648. A completed ATK Device Loan Application is required to borrow devices.

An Inventory of refurbished devices that can be given to eligible people with disabilities is available.»

While we attempt to keep the inventory list accurate, it is possible that an item may be listed that is no longer available. Please get in touch with your regional AT Access Site at 800-526-3648 for assistance.

Infant Toddler AT Videos Online


The ATK-KEE Reuse program accepts donated durable medical equipment. Equipment is sanitized, refurbished, and given to Kansans, including children 0-10 years old, who need it. Equipment donations are also accepted.
Boy using a gait trainer.

Donation Wish List: High quality, lightly used devices are needed for Kansas children, such as:

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

Can you help? Call your regional AT Access Site, toll-free: 1-800-526-3648


AT Access Sites

Regional AT Access Sites are located in Oakley, Salina, Wichita, Topeka, and Parsons. An affiliate Reuse office is located in Garden City.
KS state map showing the 5 ATK regions, Western, North Central Northeast, South Central, and Southeast.