Washington Assistive Technology Act Program
iCanConnect WA
UW Box 354237
Seattle  Washington  98195-4237
United States
Primary Phone Number: 
(800) 214-8731
TTY Phone Number: 
(866) 866-0162
Fax Number: 
(206) 543-4779

Please Contact Us with Any Questions:

Washington Assistive Technology Act Program - icanWA@uw.edu


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iCanConnect is a national program with local contacts to help people stay connected with friends, family, their community, and the world. iCanConnect provides free equipment and training to people with both significant vision and hearing loss who meet disability and income guidelines.

In Washington, Perkins School for the Blind is responsible for iCanConnect, and works with The Washington Assistive Technology Act Program (WATAP) and others to provide in-state service. Contact The Washington Assistive Technology Act Program with questions about applying in Washington, and download an application.

People eligible for iCanConnect receive an assessment to identify solutions to support their distance communication goals. Then, participants are provided equipment and training that meets their needs. Examples include smartphones, tablets, computers, and braille devices.

See how iCanConnect is helping people with both significant vision and hearing loss to stay connected:

Yolanda Burnett and Mary Robinson smile for a picture while enjoying a baseball game Glen sits at a table with his smartphone on the table in front of him

iCanConnect Helps Michigan Woman Cultivate New Friendships and Reconnect With Old Friends

iCanConnect Helps Virginia Man Gain Independence Through His Smartphone

For general iCanConnect questions, contact Laura Vaughan, Perkins School for the Blind, 617.972.7619.

Note: all WATAP staff answering phones can answer iCanConnect inquiries

Primary Email Address: 
icanWA@uw.edu

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iCanConnect is a national program with local contacts to help people stay connected with friends, family, their community, and the world. iCanConnect provides free equipment and training to people with both significant vision and hearing loss who meet disability and income guidelines.

In Washington, Perkins School for the Blind is responsible for iCanConnect, and works with The Washington Assistive Technology Act Program (WATAP) and others to provide in-state service. Contact The Washington Assistive Technology Act Program with questions about applying in Washington, and download an application.

People eligible for iCanConnect receive an assessment to identify solutions to support their distance communication goals. Then, participants are provided equipment and training that meets their needs. Examples include smartphones, tablets, computers, and braille devices.

See how iCanConnect is helping people with both significant vision and hearing loss to stay connected:

Yolanda Burnett and Mary Robinson smile for a picture while enjoying a baseball game Glen sits at a table with his smartphone on the table in front of him

iCanConnect Helps Michigan Woman Cultivate New Friendships and Reconnect With Old Friends

iCanConnect Helps Virginia Man Gain Independence Through His Smartphone

For general iCanConnect questions, contact Laura Vaughan, Perkins School for the Blind, 617.972.7619.


For more information on how to apply for iCanConnect in Washington contact:

Note: all WATAP staff answering phones can answer iCanConnect inquiries

Washington Assistive Technology Act Program
University of Washington
iCanConnect WA
UW Box 354237
Seattle  Washington  98195-4237
United States
(800) 214-8731 (v)
(206) 543-4779 (fax)
(866) 866-0162 (tty)

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