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Oklahoma ABLE Tech bank loans help individuals with disabilities obtain needed assistive technology devices and services to help them live, work, and learn independently. Loans can help individuals purchase items like:
I need a modified vehicle and don't know what my options are.
This loan can be used to purchase a new or used modified vehicle or to acquire funding to modify your current vehicle. It may also be used to fill the gap with other public or private funding sources, such as the Department of Rehabilitation Services or Developmental Disability Services.
I can't qualify for a bank loan because I had to file bankruptcy due to medical expenses.
A bankruptcy due to medical-related expenses will not necessarily disqualify you from the program. Our non-profit partner will review your application for special guaranty consideration. Applicants are reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine the ability to make monthly loan payments based on income and monthly expenses.
My insurance out-of-pocket/co-pay for my prescribed durable medical equipment is more than I can afford.
This loan can assist with medical co-pays and/or deductibles for equipment that is considered assistive technology. A quote or invoice for your portion of the cost is required with your application; if approved, payment will be made to the vendor.
*Guaranty loan with flexible underwriting guidelines is available for applicants who don't meet unsecured loan criteria due to credit/income issues from disability-related expenses.
Download and complete the Bank Loan Application. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Oklahoma ABLE Tech.
Shelley Gladden, Loan Coordinator
Oklahoma ABLE Tech
Oklahoma State University
1514 W. Hall of Fame | Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 888.885.5588 or 405.744.4254 | Fax: 405.744.2487
Banks loans for assistive technology and employment are provided by Oklahoma ABLE Tech, in partnership with the Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation (OkAT) and BancFirst of Stillwater.