How the Restaurant Industry Can Harness Technology to Improve Accessibility and Inclusion
Technological advances are helping pave a path towards a more widely accessible food service landscape – both in-person and online. Now, it is up to restaurants to embrace this technology and help build a more inclusive future.
Disability-Serving Website Features Virtual Tours for Accessibility Awareness
Able Eyes, a disability-serving website, allows people with disabilities digital access to locations to navigate accessibility before arrival.
Mobile Voting Could Make Voting Easier for People with Disabilities
Utah County expands mobile voting for the November general elections and broadens eligibility to include the disabled community.
Young Entrepreneur Invents New Brace to Improve Limb Mobility and Comfort
The life-changing work of one college student is reaching far beyond the classroom to impact people with disabilities.
Innovative Electronic Glasses Help the Visually-Impaired See Clearly
eSight glasses are intended for individuals with low vision or legal blindness.
How the Internet Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
A voluntary online memory test can help researchers learn about Alzheimer’s disease.
Game-Changing Charity Plays Up Virtual Reality Experiences
Best friends founded Gamer’s Gift, a California-based nonprofit using video games and virtual reality to promote well-being and positive spirits, particularly among people with disabilities, seniors and hospital-bound and/or ill patients.
4 Technology Devices Empowering People with Disabilities
Assistive technology can be a life changer!
New Smart Toy is Game-Changer for Children with Developmental Disorders
Leka is an interactive and multi-sensory toy offering children with special needs the ability to play fun and educational games that motivate social interactions; increase motor, cognitive and emotional skills; and stimulate autonomy.
Tech-Savvy Teen Developing an Inclusive Mobile App
Teenager, Alex Knoll developed Ability App to “help people with disabilities and their caregivers navigate public spaces and find safe, reliable services and employment opportunities.”
Rolling Through Paralysis with Innovative Technology
Have you ever imagined a lightweight device with the ability to make a paraplegic stand upright, move through doors with ease, and come to him or her at the touch of a button?