Tag Archives: Assistive technology

An Energizing Meeting

  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 […]

The BecDot

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 […]

Breaking Through Medical Barriers

  When you take a look at the clinical trial space its difficult not to see the major flaw with studies that target diseases that are considered rare. The big problem is patient enrollment and retention.  Patients with rare diseases are, well rare… There are a number of efforts that help with the recruitment and […]

Little Adaptations

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, […]

Huge Surprise, Thanks Philips!!

Huge shout out to the folks over at Philips Hue!! They saw our blog post about our lea puzzle solution using their smart lights and decided to send us their latest model with richer colors.  Looking forward to integrating these new lights into Rebecca’s Lea puzzle solution! Not only does this help our Rebecca but I […]