- Oklahoma Equipment Exchange
- DME Reuse
- Special Education Resolution Center
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and Oklahoma ABLE Tech
Oklahoma AgrAbility supports the rehabilitation and assistive technology needs of Oklahomans with disabilities who face barriers to participating in agriculture. AgrAbility fills a gap in services and resources available to rural families by: assessing agricultural work sites and tasks; providing information and advice about farm and home modifications to increase accessibility and living independently; refer families to local service providers; and conduct informational and educational workshops.
AgrAbility Case Manager
OSU Seretean Wellness Ctr
1514 W Hall of Fame
Stillwater, OK 74078-2026
• Farmer or rancher with a disability or have a dependent with a disability
AT SERVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
• Assessments & Evaluations
• Information and Referral
• Training for Consumer & Family
• Locating Alternate Funding
AT DEVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
• Inquiries can be made in regard to mini-grants for farm assistive technology that may be available under certain restricted conditions.
PIECES OF THE PUZZLE
• Oklahoma AgrAbility Program services are provided (in part) by funding through a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
• The Program is operated by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, Family Consumer Sciences with joint cooperation from County Extension Centers; Langston University School of Physical Therapy; and the Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation (OkAT).
• OkAT is a nonprofit organization that provides services free of charge through Oklahoma ABLE Tech. Other services include:
• informational and educational workshops; and
• technical assistance about farm and home modifications to increase accessibility, participation in farming, and independent living.