By using social and environmental information to automatically customize device vocabulary, the technology will support the improvement of speed and quality of AAC output delivery.
GaitMate (Jefferson University) ties for second prize in 2018 RESNA Student Design Competition.
tÜthbrush (University of Central Florida) wins first prize in 2017 RESNA Student Design Competition, and was named as the TREAT award winner
In this article, Garrett Kryt, 2015 winner of the TREAT Award at the RESNA Student Design Competition, gives a first person account of his recently completed three week internship in residence at TREAT.
This rack design is extremely versatile, allowing a wheelchair user to independently mount and dismount a heavy handcycle without having to lift the full weight of the handcycle. Furthermore, when mounted on the vehicle, a user is still able to access the vehicle’s rear hatch without dismounting the handcycle.
The Doodle Bug Writing Aid is a small, inexpensive device that is simple to use to help those with hand injuries, congenital malformations, or arthritis hold a pen or pencil in order to write independently.
The goal of this project was to design and build an engaging, portable device that encourages Stephanie to learn the Braille alphabet.