Sending an email or chatting on the phone can be challenging for people who have significant combined vision and hearing loss and don't have access to the right equipment. iCanConnect is a national program that can help. Along with free communication equipment and software, we provide training in your home, allowing you to take full advantage of the powerful features and functionality that today's communication technologies provide.

iCanConnect serves people from a wide range of backgrounds, including older people who have lost their sight and hearing later in life, people with Usher and CHARGE Syndromes, and others with combined significant vision and hearing loss who meet federal income guidelines. The equipment we provide includes smartphones, tablets, computers, screen readers, braille displays, and adaptive software.

Kat Bottner is an iCanConnect program participant

A lifetime of struggles with vision and hearing loss has not discouraged Kat Bottner...

Nolan Beavers with his mother Jodie

When 13-year-old Nolan Beavers left the International CHARGE Syndrome Conference in...

In the interest of getting the word out about our program, we've produced a short video...