Special Projects

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.


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ATK actively pursues opportunities for people with disabilities and health conditions to increase their independence, enhance their safety, access educational opportunities, and increase employment, communication and funding opportunities. Special Projects may have a short time frame, target specific conditions or geographic regions. These Projects are an integral part of the array of services that ATK provides. We hope you check back often.

 


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