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We research and develop assistive devices that give people with disabilities greater control over their lives.
We have built a strong international reputation for our work in creating technologies and solutions to enable people with disabilities to achieve their potential.
Since our inception, we have been providing volunteer-driven computer skills tutoring.
The knowledge and skills to use a computer can greatly improve independence, access to resources, and connections with family and friends for a person with a disability.
We assist our clients in developing the skills they need to achieve their employment goals.
We work with both individuals and employers to find a suitable career for each of our clients.
We are the Canadian leader in Assistive Technology, from innovation right through to trialing and implementation.
We find the most effective ergonomic or assistive technology solutions to target each individual’s specific needs.
We are a partner of choice for government and industry decision makers who share our passion for making Canada more accessible for all.
Through our collaborations, we can do more to empower people with disabilities.
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Last year, we raised $28,000 and delivered over 600 toys and 900 switches to children with disabilities across Canada. For 2023, we are shooting even higher. With a fundraising goal of $100,000, we are aiming to build 2,000 toys, switches, and video game joysticks, host over 100 events across all 10 provinces, and make sure that play is accessible to all kids with disabilities this holiday season.
Pen to Print OCR transforms scanned handwritten notes into digital text for seamless editing, searching, and storage across all digital platforms.
On November 21st, over 20 students from Winnipeg’s Met schools traded in their pens and pencils for soldering irons as they worked together to build assistive switches and adapt RC car toys for children with disabilities as part of Neil Squire’s #HackingForTheHolidays campaign.
On November 15th, SaskPower staff in Saskatoon came together to work on a noble cause — adapting toys for children with disabilities.
Simon works as a visitor centre agent in Pemberton. His job requires him to speak with tourists both in-person and over the phone, a task made more difficult by his hearing loss.
For this edition, we are doing a special “best of 2023” podcast where we have compiled some of our favorite moments from the past year.
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Neil Squire respectfully acknowledges that we do our work on the traditional and ancestral territories of Indigenous Peoples who are stewards of these lands, colonially known as Canada, since time immemorial. Indigenous lands across Canada are either self-governed by First Nations under modern treaty, unceded and surrendered territories, or traditional territories from which they have been displaced. We are grateful to be living and working on this land.
Our physical head office is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the territories of the Kwikwetlem, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.