Tag Archives: accessibility
Technology is not always designed with people with extra needs in mind but with small tweaks to existing devices, solution can be created that can make a huge impact in someones life.
Got this notification wearable a lot further than I expected. Still needs a ton of refinement before it will be usable but I would say this is about halfway to being a viable tool for Rebecca to wear. Next step with this is to reconfigure the hardware so that it can be embedded into a […]
Did you know you have the potential to change the world? It starts with finding your one, and I want to tell you about how I found my one and how that led me to create a not for profit called, Adapt the World Labs. I am the dad of two beautiful children, one who was born with […]
On Tuesday the 31st I made a trip up to the Perkins school for the blind in Watertown to meet with a couple of the staff there and show them the BecDot, a braille educational toy I am developing to help provide access to blind and visually impaired people ( more on the device […]
This a project I am working on called the BecDot which is a literacy teaching tool I invented for our daughter Rebecca that could be used to teach visually impaired children Braille concepts.. This video talks a bit about our mission. Learn more about Usher syndrome and get involved We are telling the world about […]
When a child is born you worry about everything regardless if the child is born with a disability or not. In the end we find out its really not that hard, there are certainly no shortage of products out there today that make out lives tremendously easier. I mean take for instance the diaper genie, […]