January 2020, Topeka Independent Living Resource Center (TILRC) will become the Northeast Kansas Assistive Technology Access Site.
Assistive Technology includes devices, equipment and services that help people hear, see, live, learn, and work better. A tremendous variety of assistive technology is available today.
Assistive Technology Kansas is a way to connect Kansans to assistive technology. Assistive Technology of Kansas is the Kansas statewide Assistive Technology Program with access sites located in Oakley, Wichita, Salina, Topeka, and Parsons. Assistive Technology of Kansas provides access to and acquisition of assistive technology for people who use those services to live, work and play in the community.
Assistive Technology of Kansas provides four core services: device demonstration, short-term equipment loan, assistive technology reuse, and assistance with finding funding and eligibility for new or used technologies.
For more information about the Assistive Technology of Kansas project, call 800-KAN-DO-IT (800-526-3648).
The Topeka Independent Living Resource Center is a federally recognized center for independent living, providing advocacy and services for people with all types of disabilities. Owned and operated by people with disabilities, we provide individual and systems advocacy, independent living skills training, peer to peer support, information and referral, and support for people transitioning into the community, whether from high school, or a nursing facility.
Our mission is to advocate for justice, equality, and essential services for a fully integrated and accessible society for all people with disabilities. To reach the Topeka Independent Living Resource Center or to get information about any of our services, please call 1-800-443-2207 or 785-233-4572.