Can you smile? Pucker up? Raise your eyebrows up and down? If so, then you are ready to try out computing using Hawkeye Access! IDEATE Clinician, David Markowitz has just introduced us to Hawkeye Access and it doesn’t get any …

ID8 Using Facial Recognition for Accessible Computing Read more »

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Designed for daily use, GlassOuse is worn like a pair of glasses and connects to mobile phones, computers, tablets and Smart TVs via Bluetooth to increase accessibility for those with restricted mobility. The glasses serve as the navigating element. Switches or …

ID8 Using Head Motion for Accessible Computing Read more »

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IDEATE has the pleasure of announcing that we are testing a wearable device for clinical use. We are thrilled to consider the increased accessibility for those with impaired mobility, blindness or low-vision. The TAP will allow equitable access for computing …

ID8 Using Wearable Key Board for Accessible Computing Read more »

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IDEATE was honored today for innovation by the Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA) for the use of customized robotics in community-based services at RCPA’s Annual Conference. Our entire team is grateful and humbled by the recognition. IDEATE supported member …

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Human services providers are constantly asked to meet outcomes that both increase the quality of care as well as create independence in their program participants. Given the state of shrinking subsidies and fierce competition for funding, we’ve called for an …

Philadelphia Tech Week 2018: The Biggest Obstacle to Using Technology to Achieve Human Service Outcomes Read more »

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