Meal Lifter

Several individuals have a hard time feeding themselves due to arthritis, muscular dystrophy, and more.  The Meal Lifter is a low-tech piece of assistive technology designed to make meals more easily accessible for said individuals! According to their website, “The Meal Lifter raises any ordinary dinner plate several inches (9 inches) above the table surface, […]

2020 Full Day Trainings Announced!

The INDATA Project hosts several full-day trainings every year.  Previous trainings covered information about how assistive technology can improve the lives of individuals with cerebral palsy, blindness and low vision, autism, and more. All of our trainings are held at our Indianapolis facility (4740 Kingsway Drive). They are also live-streamed via the Internet.  Continuing Education […]

The Big Hug Deep Pressure Positioning Aid

Several individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, and more often benefit from deep pressure therapy.  Deep Pressure Stimulation (DPS) is “firm but gentle squeezing, hugs, or holding that relaxes the nervous system.”  The Big Hug Deep Pressure Positioning Aid is a positioning aid designed to calm, reorganize, and redirect the energy of children and adults […]

MeMinder App

Individuals with autism, traumatic brain injury (TBI) or people with early to mid-stage dementia may benefit from talking pictures to-do lists and video-modeling tools.  MeMinder is an app that utilizes these tools to help individuals learn how to perform tasks at home, work, or school. The app works “seamlessly with their BEAM Cloud service.”  This […]

Miracase Car Phone Mount

For years I have been looking for a car mount that is easy to get my phone on and off of.  Several car mounts require strong fingers and dexterity that I simply do not have.  I recently stumbled upon the Miracase Car Phone Mount, which is a 2-in-1 multifunction dashboard and windshield mount. Ideally, I […]

BreatheWell Wear App

BreatheWell Wear is an app for Android Wear smartwatches.  It is designed to “help individuals with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in managing stress through diaphragmatic breathing.” The BreatheWell Wear app assists users in performing slow, deep, diaphragmatic breathing by providing auditory and visual guidance to pace breathing.  It also […]