iPad Funding Tips & Resources

Click to share this on facebook.Click to tweet this blog post.

Whether you want an iPad for communication, learning, work, school, as an accessibility tool or just for fun, you might find it challenging to figure out how to pay for it. Check out the five websites listed below to find a variety of different iPad funding tips and resources. 

iTaalk.org’s funding page Grant sources, raffles, giveaways, and scrappy suggestions for self-funding are available at this comprehensive page of iPad funding resources. 

“5 Steps to Getting An iPad Covered by Insurance; A mom’s story of success” Step-by-step guide for approaching your insurance company for an iPad as AAC. iHelp for Special Needs Founded by parents, iHelps raises funds for children with disabilties to receive iPads and apps for communication, life skills, and social skills.

Danny’s Wish is accepting applications for iPads for children with autism and autism spectrum disorders. Their goal is to raise $50,000 for 100 iPads for children most in need. 

ACT Today! Autism Care and Treatment provides grants between $100 and $5,000 to families with children on the autism spectrum (and they have funded many iPads). Families with more than one child on the autism spectrum are considered first. Grants are made quarterly.

Do you have any iPad funding resources or tips to share? Please share your thoughts in the comment box below. 

Thank you to AT Program News for sharing these links. 

One thought on “iPad Funding Tips & Resources

Leave a Reply