iCanConnect Program Description
Communication is essential to being independent at home, participating in the community, and being productive at school or work. Modern technology has expanded the way most people communicate in their day-to-day lives. For people who experience a combined vision and hearing loss, specific and specialized equipment may be necessary to make a phone call, send an email or access the Internet. In July 2014, the Assistive Technology Partnership became the certified agency for iCanConnect: The National Deaf Blind Equipment Distribution Program in Nebraska. The focus of ICC is to ensure that individuals, with limited incomes, and who experience a combined vision and hearing loss, can access telephone, advanced communications and information services.
To learn more about the program and the application process, please contact Brooke Harrie , (402) 679-4271, or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the iCanConnect Program in Nebraska please click on the link below for a video.
Please note the video was created in 2020- so the income guidelines will change each year.
Assistive Technology Partnership
12003 Q Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Phone: (402) 679-4271
Fax: (402) 328-6250
For state-specific inquiries, please reach out to your local program contact listed above. Otherwise, please submit your general iCanConnect question through the Contact Us form.