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Discounted Internet and tablets: do you qualify?

Constant Therapy | General health

At Constant Therapy, we’re committed to making our life-changing mobile speech and cognitive therapy program accessible to everyone who needs it. We wrote a post a few weeks ago about offsetting the cost of Constant Therapy.

We also know that having a reliable Internet connection and a working iPad, Chromebook, or smartphone (sometimes called a “device” or “tablet”) is critical to using Constant Therapy. In this article, we highlight ways you may qualify for discounted Internet access and devices through government programs in the US at the federal or state level. 

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and the Federal Lifeline Program

These programs provide discounted Internet access to those who qualify for government assistance programs like SNAP, Medicaid, or SSI. With these programs, you can receive:

  • At least $30 per month off your Internet bill
  • A one-time discount of $100 for a tablet or laptop

And with some Internet providers, you can get access to high-speed internet for free and a tablet for as little as ten dollars. 

4 steps to determine if you qualify for benefits

(First, if you live in California, Oregon, or Texas, you may qualify for additional benefits. Click on your state to see those benefits.)

If you live in any other state besides California, Oregon, or Texas, the process is just 4 steps:

  1. See if you qualify for Lifeline or the ACP by clicking on these links.
  2. Apply online with your Social Security number or Tribal Identification number and wait to receive confirmation of enrollment via email.
  3. Contact your Internet provider. If they participate in the Lifeline program, then you can apply the ACP or Lifeline benefits to your existing plan. If they don’t, find a participating provider here.
  4. Looking for a discounted tablet? Click here to find local internet providers that also offer discounted tablets.

Still need help with the cost of Constant Therapy? Check out this article to learn about other ways to offset the cost of Constant Therapy. Technology should never be a barrier to getting the rehabilitation care that you need. Constant Therapy is always looking for ways to help offset the cost of life-changing therapy activities for those who need it.

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  1. Jean Hardy

    I have aphasia. I can’t speak any more. People don’t understand.
    I can’t write any more. I can’t read a book. I need help.

    • Carla Gates

      Hi Jean, We’re so sorry to hear this. If you are able to, or have a friend or family member who can help, reach out to our Support team at 888-233-1399 or email support(at) to see if Constant Therapy might help you regain some of your skills.

  2. Terri Edwards

    My brother 72 can’t function speach, all the impairments. He is home following acute stroke rehab and in 8 weeks has had no further help and is in depression now. His wife cannot use a computer. I am near and capable of steering them to the desperate help they both need. Please help me. My heart is broken for both of them.

    • Constant Therapy

      Hi Terri, we are so sorry to hear about your brother’s situation. Constant Therapy is a great option for people living post-stroke, and it can be used on smartphones, tablets, and Chromebooks. If you do not qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program, we also recommend looking into Amazon Kindle Fire tablets. They are effective devices for Constant Therapy with a lower price point relative to other tablets. Please let us know if you’d like more information on this or if you have any other questions by emailing us at Wishing you and your family all the best!


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