Assistive Technology

Dr. Maulik Trivedi, an ER Surgeon in New York City, NY and owner of telemedicine platform, Station MD, recently addressed several providers who serve the intellectual disabilities population and enlightened us with front-line information that we all need to keep in perspective as this virus spreads. Dr. Trivedi granted CreateAbility permission to summarize his words...
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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, CreateAbility has customized and packaged applicable technology solutions that will help care providers check in on clients remotely as well as keep people with intellectual disabilities safe and out of emergency rooms in this critical time. All devices will come ready-to-deploy with pre-loaded remote support tools and staff...
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Through these times, our very FIRST thought is of YOU.  The degree of selflessness you demonstrate as you care for groups of people with intellectual disabilities, some of which who may be high risk, while trying to maintain balance in your own lives does not go unnoticed. You are continually in our hearts and on...
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In a recent study provided for The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, the influence of MeMinder was examined in the vocational rehabilitation space. The study contrasted old methodologies of task instruction (measurement of time spent creating custom binders, pictures lists, verbal instruction, travel) with the implementation of assistive technology/electronic job coaches....
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On February 10th, President Trump released “A Budget for America’s Future”, which entailed proposed spending for 2021. This report details how tax payer dollars will be most effectively spent to improve both critical and current needs of our country. In this report, the areas of concentration and increased and/or continued spending for the Department of...
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Meet Carl, a 21-year-old with executive functioning issues. This doesn’t mean he isn’t smart. It means his brain’s self-management system has trouble getting organized and getting things done. Executive functions are an important set of mental skills. To see how trouble with these skills affects people like Carl in educational, recreational, vocational and residential settings,...
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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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