Assitive & Adaptive Technology

Published: September 8, 2003
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ABLEDATA
The premier source for information on Assistive Technology. ABLEDATA is a federally funded database whose primary mission is to provide information on assistive technology and Rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources. The database contains information on more than 29,000 assistive technology products with detailed descriptions of each product including price and company information.  It also contains information on non-commercial prototypes, customized and one-of-a-kind products, and do-it-yourself designs.

Adaptive Technologies & Research, Inc.
Enabling those with spinal cord injuries and others with little or no hand function to “hold” and “release” everyday objects such as utensils, brushes, cups, razors, toothbrushes, etc.

Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association Assistive Technology
Dedicated to helping people with disabilities, caregivers, and healthcare professionals find and share information on assistive technology.

HydroWorx International, Inc.
HydroWorx – The Most Versatile Pools On Earth. Manufacturers a very unique line of therapy and conditioning pools. Our units have produced tremendous results for SCI patients. Please visit our web site to view our moveable pool floors and underwater treadmill systems.

RehabTool.com
Leading edge assistive and adaptive technology products and services for people with disabilities. Free product search and referrals. Augmentative and alternative communication devices, computer access equipment, multilingual speech synthesis and voice recognition software, on-screen keyboards, cognitive rehabilitation tools adapted to the special needs of the physically challenged.

Spinal Cord Injury Peer Information Library (SCI PILOT)
Consists of the stories of individuals with Quadriplegia who have incorporated assistive devices into their own lives. Each story is based on an in-depth interview. Offers advice and strategies from those who have first hand experience in getting and using assistive devices, and descriptions of practical, homemade inventions that solve real-world problems.