If you're looking for free wheelchairs, free mobility scooters, and other free mobility aids in Oklahoma, we've got you covered!
This page is a complete resource for free assistive devices (wheelchairs, scooters, and more) and independent living resources in the state of Oklahoma.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
Free Wheelchairs & Assistive Devices in Oklahoma
Dynamic Independence is a non-profit, center for independent living (CIL) that works for accessibility and inclusion in all areas of life for people who have disabilities. 51% of staff at a CIL are persons with disabilities; 51% of Board of Directors are persons with disabilities; and provides four core services: Information & Referral, Independent living skills training, Individual and systems advocacy, and Peer counseling. They loan equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs, bedside toilets to those in need. The loans are for a two-month period and only require a photo ID.
INCA Community Services, Inc.
INCA Community Services, Inc. has an assortment of medical equipment, including wheelchairs, hospital beds, shower chairs, lift chairs, walkers, crutches, canes, etc. Other items in the lending closet are an assortment blood pressure cuffs, adult briefs, bedding, leg and arm braces, and many other items. The large assortment is housed in the Atoka Office.
The only criteria needed for this service is for someone to have a need. No income requirements or referrals needed. Each person who borrows equipment must sign a disclaimer to not hold INCA liable if they are injured using the equipment. The equipment is loaned on the honor system so when the item(s) is no longer needed, it is returned so we can loan it out again to someone else in need.
M.E.A.P Lending Closet
MEAP is a non-profit 501-(C)3 organization that provides gently used medical equipment to members of the South Central Oklahoma community who would otherwise not be able to afford such items. They are always in need of donations of medical equipment as the demand is increasing due to the number of people learning about the program.
Oklahoma ABLE Tech
Oklahoma ABLE Tech provides technical assistance and training on making information technology accessible in educational settings and promotes systems change to enhance the provision of, access to and funding for assistive technology.
They have many programs to help you with a mobility aid. These programs include Device Demonstration, Device Loan Program, Device Reutilization, Device REUSE Program, Device Equipment Exchange, Donate Medical Equipment, Financial Program, and, ICT Accessibility.
The Oklahomans for Independent Living
The Oklahomans for Independent Living is a nonprofit, consumer-controlled, free-standing organization. The Mission of OIL is to encourage individuals of all ages, with all types of disabilities, to increase:
- Personal independence
- Empowerment and self-determination
- Integration & participation in their work, community, school & home activities.
They can help you with information on Equipment Loans, AT devices, or Funding for AT Devices.
Sandra Beasley Independent Living Center
The Center maintains a Loan Closet for use by anyone with a disability who needs specialized equipment. The Loan Closet is funded in part by the Zarrow Foundation. Items such as canes, crutches, walkers, hospital beds, bedside commodes, and wheelchairs are loaned on a short-term basis.
Most of the items available have been donated or purchased through donations. The Center gratefully accepts tax-deductible donations of equipment or monies for the Loan Closet inventory.
4 thoughts on “Free Wheelchairs, Scooters & Mobility Aids in Oklahoma (2023): Complete Directory”
I need a lot of stuff I can’t walk no more all of a sudden due to spinal infection now I need a wheelchair a potty chair shower chair all that stuff the left leg brace maybe I can learn to walk and do time but I do need a version was there and all that
Are any of these places located in oklahoma city i have a brother in need of a wheelchair he broke his ankle in 3 places and is in need of a wheelchair at least till he gets better.
Hi my husband is in need of a wheelchair I’m his caregiver n he will love to go outside it’s been about 2 years in the apt. I think he bit be going a little star crazy. Any kind of wheelchair will do. It’s sad he stands it the window watching his grandson n can’t go out with him.
I live in Lawton Oklahoma and have a friend who has COPD and can not walk far. Need a scooter to do things outside of her home. Please contact me if you know of a way to get some help at a very low cost or free.