InvoTek was invited to the local school for the Third Grade Science and Math Career day -- and we came in force! Tom, Barret, Jerry, and Eryn did hands-on presentations of our latest apps and computer control technology. The 160+ kids were extremely interested and we enjoyed spending the morning with them. We're already looking forward to next year!
InvoTek is close to releasing GWP -- our newest computer access method! GWP enables the user to control up to three computing devices via our custom USB hub and a low-cost tablet. We will have a free app that makes it easy to choose which device you are controlling. More soon!
Welcome to InvoTek, where technology opens the door to independence, communication, and quality of life for people with severe disabilities.
Our expertise lies in two areas – helping people like George and Martin control computers when they can’t use their hands, and improving communication for people who find it challenging to use their natural speech.
Here's what InvoTek can do for you:
At InvoTek, our priority is to help every client obtain the tools and services needed to improve quality of life. Please contact us -- we’ll do our best to help you.
InvoTek is very pleased to announce that it is a partner within a new, Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (The RERC on AAC)! The RERC on AAC is a collaboration of creative researchers from prestigious organizations, including Penn State, Oregon Health and Sciences University, and the Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. This RERC on AAC is funded for 5 years, at a total budget of nearly $5,000,000, to perform R&D and professional training designed to improve the knowledge and technology within this disability field. Stay tuned!
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”
Grant Will Fund Development of Quad Rider – A Gear and Braking Device that Helps People with Disabilities Operate a Handcycle Safely
Grant Will Fund Development of RealTalk – A Breakthrough Device that Helps People with Disabilities Communicate More Effectively.
Grant Will Fund Development of PlayTalk – Software that Helps Children with Disabilities Learn Language Skills
Grant Will Fund Web-Based Simulator to Train Caregivers to Provide More Effective Assistance to People with Dementia.