There are several ways older adults and people with disabilities can pay for assistive technology and home modifications.

Each program offers its own services and supports and determines its own criteria for eligibility. Select a financial option to learn more.

Private Pay:
Private pay refers to using personal funds to cover all or a portion of an expense. There are different ways to acquire private pay resources.

CT Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE):
This program enables older adults to remain in their homes with services and supports instead of residing in a nursing facility or other institutional setting to receive care.

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Waiver:
This waiver provides services and supports for individuals with an acquired brain injury who are receiving or otherwise would receive care in an institution.

Corporation for Independent Living – AccesSolutions:
Provides modular ramps, lifts and other home modifications and assistive technology to income-eligible people with disabilities.

Programs for Private Home Repairs:
There are several options available to homeowners and renters looking to make home improvements, repairs or modifications. These programs generally require out-of-pocket expenses.

Home Modifications & Assistive Technology Financial Assistance:
Individuals in need of support paying for assistive technology or home modifications have several options available.

Assistive Technology Loan Program:
Residents with disabilities or their family members can apply for low-interest cash loans to purchase assistive technology and services.