Small Grants

Aid for the Purchase of AT

UATF offers small grants of up to $500 for Utahns with disabilities to purchase assistive technology devices. Grants are for Utahns with low income who are at or below 150% of federal poverty guidelines and have no other funding source. Current 150% federal poverty guidelines by household size and household income are shown below.

All grants must be approved by the UATF board BEFORE any purchases are made or work is done. Failure to receive approval will result in denial of the grant application. No grants will be approved retroactively. If you are requesting a small grant to pay for mobility equipment and you have insurance, please ensure than you have applied through your insurance first. If you are denied, please provide a copy of your denial letter along with your grant application.

Household Size 150% of Poverty Guidelines (Per Month)
1 $1,883
2 $2,555
3 $3,228
4 $3,900
5 $4,573
6 $5,245
7 $5,918
8 $6,590
9 $7,263

*Chart updated 03/1/2024 

Shelly Wood

Phone: 1-800-524-5152

Mailing Address:
6835 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6835

Each application will be considered on an individual basis by the UATF board. Decisions are based on household size and household income and type and cost of the requested assistive technology device.

To apply for a small grant, fill out the small grant application (PDF & DOCX - Formats) and submit online, email, fax, or regular mail it to the address or fax number below.

Shelly Wood | 6835 Old Main Hill | Logan, UT 84322-6835

Fax: 435-797-2355

Detailed information about the assistive technology device needs to be included (make, model, cost, where the item will be purchased), as well as any descriptive supporting documentation. Any grant for an AAC device including iPad or other tablet requires an evaluation by a qualified speech/language pathologist to ensure an individual has prior successful experience with the device and that it is being primarily used for communication.

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