How to apply

Learn more about the information you need to submit to your local iCanConnect contact.

iCanConnect is a national program with local contacts in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa and the Northern Mariana Islands. Look up your local program contact to learn more and see if you or someone you know qualifies. Your local program contact can send you an application, or you may be able to download it from their iCanConnect webpage.


  • Visit the see if you qualify section for more details. Your income must be within 400 percent of the federal poverty level and you have significant combined vision and hearing loss
  • Find your local iCanConnect program contact, get an application from them or you may be able to download it from their iCanConnect webpage.
  • You must submit your completed application to your local iCanConnect program and include:
    • a disability verification form signed by a professional who attests that your combined hearing and vision loss meets iCanConnect’s disability guidelines.
    • proof that you meet iCanConnect’s income guidelines.
  • Once you're accepted, your iCanConnect representative will schedule an assessment with you. Together, you will determine what equipment will best suit your communication preferences and distance communication goals. Then your equipment will be installed, and training will begin.