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The new Telecommunications Access Program (TAP) Wireless Project will provide wireless equipment for participants with disabilities who may not traditionally have access to this equipment. The world of telecommunications is changing drastically and new improvements in accessibility are being introduced for persons with disabilities.  The project covers equipment from a very simple large button cell phone to an iPhone® or iPad®, with accessibility apps pre-installed.

Individuals with disabilities who apply and are selected as participants will be required to share their feedback about how the equipment meets their telecommunication needs. If interested, it is important that you first read the Telecommunications guide found below before completing an application. Questions about the pilot should be e-mailed to


Specialized App Request:

This new pilot program offers to individuals who received an Apple or Android device outside of the TAP Wireless program to request an iTunes or Play Store card for the purchase of specialized apps that will improve the ability to use the smartphone or tablet due to a disability.  


Next, print and complete the Certification form below.   Finally, submit your income verification with the completed Certification form to or mail your documents to: Missouri Assistive Technology, 1501 NW Jefferson St., Blue Springs, MO 64015.

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