Xiuxiu Yuan won the 2018 RERC on AAC award for Enabo.
The Tuck-Away Tray, creating a new power wheelchair tray that can be actuated independently by the wheelchair use
Pediatric standers are medical devices that allow children who are unable to stand the opportunity to do so.
Hearing Phone can allow people with hearing loss to keep listening when their hearing aids come out
tÜthbrush (University of Central Florida) wins first prize in 2017 RESNA Student Design Competition, and was named as the TREAT award winner
Peel Heel shoe was designed to provide older adults (65+), who are experiencing a decline in hand function and visual impairments, a fast and easy way to don their shoes independently.
Jane Hankins, Jennifer Black, Jeannine Blankinship, Raven Vilardo, Julieth Leon, Jessica Lopez, Brisi Favela, Tammy Thomsen, Roxanne Sharkey, & Jeff Westendorf Abstract According to a national health study (1), there are approximately 109,000 individuals in the U.S. who are visually impaired or blind and who use a long (white) cane for independent mobility. There are […]
Prina Cohen, Ana Talag, Sorin Uta ABSTRACT To occupational therapists (OTs), enabling our clients to be independent in their self-care is vital for their participation in everyday life. For many older adults, medication plays a large role in their day-to-day activities including the opening of child-resistant containers/medicine bottles. However, more studies are posing that motor […]
This project, Wireless Sip & Puff switch for computer access, came from an interest in improving the way that a person with a severe disability clicks the mouse when using alternative access methods.
The goal of this project was to design and build an engaging, portable device that encourages Stephanie to learn the Braille alphabet.