Eye-Link, Wisconsin provides assistive technology grants to blind and visually impaired residents of Wisconsin for assistive/adaptive equipment. The Eye-Link Wisconsin Board of Directors reviews and makes decisions on all grant applications on a quarterly basis. Their decisions are final. Applicants will be notified of their application status within two business days following the quarterly Board review. Blinded veterans should apply for adaptive equipment through their local VA. Approved grants may include either new or refurbished equipment. The Eye-Link, Wisconsin Board reserves the right to deny funding of a grant for any reason. This process and form may be changed at any time without notice.
Applications are available in print by visiting the foundation WEB site at: Wisc.Eye-Link.Org.
If you are registered, either as active or inactive, with a state agency, low vision/blindness rehab facility, or referred by a vision clinician or ophthalmologist please note. If you have been turned down or your request for adaptive technology has been denied by another organization, state agency, or nonprofit for the technology and/or associated training for which you are applying, please furnish that documentation and attach it to your Grant application.
Mail your application to:
Jeffrey J Scott
6013 Dell Drive
Madison, Wi. 53718