Idaho's iCanConnect Program provides people who have both significant vision and hearing loss with free equipment and training for distance communication, including telephone, advanced communications, and information services.
- Communication needs assessments
- Equipment to access telephone or internet services
- Individualized training to DeafBlind individuals
To qualify, you must have combined vision and hearing loss sufficient to be considered DeafBlind, and have income that does not exceed 400% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. See application for definitions and details.
This program can provide a wide range of hardware, software, and accessories to meet the unique communications technology needs of people who have hearing and vision loss. Examples include products such as adaptive telephones, smart phones or tablets, computers, screen enlargement options, screen reader software, braille displays, signalers, or accessories. For examples see: iCanConnect Equipment.
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For questions or assistance with the application, contact:
Krista Kramer - firstname.lastname@example.org / 208-885-6097 / 1-800-432-8324
Idaho Assistive Technology Project: iCanConnect
1187 Alturas Drive
Moscow, ID 83843
Toll Free: 1-800-432-8324