The Technology Assistance Program is part of the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHFNV) continued effort to improve the quality of life of individuals and families affected by bleeding disorders. NHFNV provides technology assistance to connect eligible community members with a device and internet service to allow them to access web-based education programs offered by the Chapter, telehealth offered by the HTC, and other web-based services that are important to achieving a high quality of care and life.
In response to requests from the bleeding disorders community, the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHFNV) has created a program in funded by the Hemophilia Alliance Foundation to help close the technological divide.
- Eligible applicants are households with a full time resident who is affected by a bleeding disorder.
- Approval is based on applicant need and available supplies.
- Approved households will be loaned a tablet for a six month period with the requirement that the household participates in at least two virtual educational programs offered by the Chapter in the six month loan period. (i.e. Spring Fest, Pfizer Education Program, etc.)
- The head of the household is responsible for the tablet and will be charged a replacement fee if the tablet is not returned at the end of the six month period.
- Households with demonstrated lack of access to internet services with the capacity to participate in virtual programs, may be approved for a mifi along with the tablet.
To apply for Technology Assistance please complete this application: Technology Assistance Application.
The applicant will be notified about the decision within 10 business days of submitting the application via email or phone communications.
Please submit all questions about the process and services to
Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation
222 S. Rainbow Blvd., Suite 203
Las Vegas, NV 89145