Statewide Resources

Students walking to class at KU

Select one of the services below to learn more

Rehabilitation and education agency for people with vision loss.


ATK connects people with disabilities with assistive technologies by helping people select, borrow or purchase, set up and maintain the technology devices or software.


Legal advocacy for the civil and legal rights of Kansans with disabilities.

Disability Rights Center of Kansas

Assists Kansas parents and their children with disabilities.

Families Together Inc.

Strives to increase the independence, opportunity, and quality of life for all blind and visually impaired Kansans.

Kansas Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Advocates for and facilitates equal access to quality, coordinated, and comprehensive services that enhance the lives of Kansans who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Kansas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

KPAT addresses web and technology accessibility for the State of Kansas.


Vocational rehabilitation services to empower those who are blind or visually impaired to achieve competitive, integrated employment.


Empowering Kansans with disabilities to become gainfully employed and self-sufficient.

Kansas Vocational Rehabilitation

Anthony Fadale, within the Kansas Department of Administration.

State of Kansas ADA Coordinator

Kansas Talking Books provides personalized library support and materials in a specialized format for any Kansas resident with a visual impairment, physical impairment, or reading disability.


Serving Kansans to enable them to live in the environment of their choice.

Statewide Independent Living Council of Kansas

Services for employed persons with disabilities.

Work Opportunities Reward Kansans (WORK)

Medical assistance for persons with disabilities who are working or are interested in working.

Working Healthy

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