Jasmine Dahlberg at Camanio Care shows us the Bestic which is an independent feeding system for individuals who cannot feed themselves. Check it out here: Click here for more information on the Bestic.
A Quiet Place is a financially and critically successful horror film about a family living in a post-apocalyptic world where they are forced to live in silence while hiding from alien creatures that hunt by sound. You quickly discern that the family must remain in silence as the family tiptoes around a disheveled small-town store […]
Jasmine Dahlberg at Camino Care shows us the Bike Around, which allows a user to use a stationary bike with an indoor dome and uses Google Street View to allow a user to explore anywhere in the world. This can provide a individual with cognitive or physical impairments an interactive experience with places they may […]
I went to Carmel, Indiana to meet Tula Mae Cross to learn about her experience in using The INDATA Project at Easterseals Crossroads’ Equipment Loan Library. In talking with Tula Mae, I learned that she was born in January 1925 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her father was born in 1861 and had Tula Mae when he […]
Idan Meir, CEO, at Right-Hear shows us the Right-Hear app that allows people who are blind or visually impaired to navigate in public spaces by getting audio cues about the environment around them. Check it out here: Click here for more information about Right-Hear.
Emily Boland, Marketing & Customer Relationship Manager, at Control Bionics show us the NeuroNode which is the world’s first wireless wearable EMG assistive communication device. Check it out here: Click here for more information on NeuroNode.