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Who Is Eligible?

Oklahomans of all ages with a documented disability of:

  • deaf
  • hard of hearing
  • blind
  • low vision
  • use of a mobility device 

To qualify, applicants must have a professional attest to their disability as part of their completed application. 

How Do You Apply?

Submit your application online at or complete this application and send to Oklahoma ABLE Tech by mail, fax, or email: 


The Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation (OkAT) has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to install smoke alarms and alert equipment in the homes of individuals with a disability.  OkAT partners with Oklahoma ABLE Tech and Fire Protection Publications at Oklahoma State University to offer this free program to Oklahomans. 

Program Features 

  • Installation of smoke alarms and alert equipment in the home
  • Equipment will include a bed shaker and very loud, low-frequency bedside alert signal; and, in some homes, a strobe light to alert individuals who are deaf in the event of a fire
  • Help with planning a home fire drill
  • Assistance with a home safety survey to prevent fires, burns, falls, and other common home injuries