Technology

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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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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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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(See the article in US News and World Report, October 28, 2018). Dawn Neumann, PhD, of Indiana University School of Medicine, and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana, has been refining the Emotional Compass for the past four years, as part of her research in helping survivors of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Why an Emotional Compass?...
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A dangerous flaw in a security technique that ironically was used to keep information safe has and will affect a lot of Internet users. Fear not. Clients, loved ones and healthcare professionals that use our technology can have peace of mind that their information on our systems is safe. You may have heard that there...
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Technology is a wonderful way of life that promotes novelty and innovation at the same time. It is a concept that is beginning to be recognized by all strata of the population. Actually, it is slowly becoming a fact that more seniors today, compared to the seniors in the past, are starting to get well-versed...
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At the height of medical experiments and costly professional consultation fees, more and more consumers, particularly baby boomers, are looking for more cost-effective ways to attain medical help and assistance while keeping expenses relatively low and light on the pocket. After all, health is considered to be a universal right that should be enjoyed by...
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There have been a lot of research studies done and statistical results uncovered in order for the general population to discern the relationship between seniors and technology. The findings of these various studies have been consistent every time: it is a popular concept that technology and seniors can mix together and live in a balanced...
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