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INDIANAPOLIS, December 6th, 2019 – CreateAbility, Inc., a technology company located in Indianapolis, is preparing to launch a new version of their flagship assistive technology solution, MeMINDER 3.3. Now deployed in 17 states, MeMINDER helps people with IDDs, TBIs, Down Syndrome, Autism, and Dementia build and/or keep their independence. From their IOS or Android devices,...
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INDIANAPOLIS, October 15th, 2019 – CreateAbility, Inc., a technology company located in Indianapolis, recently launched its new communication platform, avatalk, that helps people in the circle of care of a resident with an intellectual disability, to quickly and anonymously ask any question of the resident. “The issue”, according to Steve Sutter, President of CreateAbility, “is...
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Corporate philanthropy has been deeply engrained into the culture of CreateAbility Inc. since its inception in 2001. The company, which provides assistive technology to people with Down Syndrome, intellectual disabilities, dementia and traumatic brain injuries. The company donates 10% of its profits to local and worldwide organizations such as Circle City Relief, the Muscular Dystrophy...
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No man is an island, as the familiar saying tells us. When Parkinson’s disease hits one of us, the repercussions affect the wider community around them – particularly the family. As a member of a family where Parkinson’s is present, it can be very difficult to know what to do, say, or relate; not only...
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INDIANAPOLIS, May 22, 2019 – CreateAbility, Inc., a technology company located in Indianapolis, has recently entered its second phase of development of WhenWear Advisor, an assistive technology solution that will make the transition to employment for consumers with intellectual disabilities more manageable, increase their productivity, and provide an ease of use for the companies managing...
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INDIANAPOLIS, May 9, 2019 – CreateAbility, Inc., a technology company located in Indianapolis, has entered development phase on a project with the USDA SBIR Program to create assistive technology that aids in the at-home recovery process for patients that have underwent hip and knee replacements. The need for this assistive technology is bore from years...
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A study by Eleftheria Vaportzis, Maria Giatsi Clausen, and Alan J. Gow looked at the perception of elderly adults and their perception of technology. Surprisingly, they found that in many cases, the elderly were very happy and willing to adopt new technology, devices, and programs. Post-introduction of the technology, however, a lack of support, information, and assistance hindered them from adopting the technology and incorporating it more fully into their...
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Caregiver’s Perspective Being a caregiver is a high-demand role, period. While most develop their daily to-do lists, carefully checking off items as they accomplish them; caregivers of consumers with intellectual disabilities, TBI’s, and dementia typically experience a higher degree of variation from day-to-day in correlation to the mental state, physical health, and mood of the...
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The Importance of Mental and Physical Health in Senior Citizens By Jason Lewis Getting older can be beautiful and scary at the same time. As we age, we become more susceptible to mental and physical illnesses. As a senior, the importance of mental and physical health should not be lost on you. In fact, keeping...
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HomePortal brings the incredible power of a voice-controlled home to people who are blind, or people whose visual impairment interferes with typical daily activities needed to live independently. HomePortal couples CreateAbility’s “Sparkplug” skill with Z-wave modules to detect and control items in the home. Many commands and requests are possible, but here are a few...
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