In Washington people who receive services through Community First Choice (CFC) and other waiver services can access up to $500.00 per year to access assistive technology. People can request assistive technology that helps the person perform an activity of daily living. People can purchase equipment or programs that can help them in their life.
There are a wide variety of applications also known as Apps that can help people with developmental disabilities become more independent. People can use Apps for assistive communication, creating calendars to stay on track, Navigating the community, and person centered planning amongst other things.
If you want to find out if you qualify for assistive technology through DDA you can contact your Case Resource Manager and they can tell you if you qualify and if so how you can connect with a provider.