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Barret Ewing is modifying a wheelchair for Collin so that he can practice moving around. Therapists from The Gregory Kistler Treatment Center helped to get Collin seated properly. 

InvoTek is a proud supporter of Be Extraordinary, a nonprofit that helps people with severe disabilities achieve a life goal. To learn more about Be Extraordinary visit them at www.be-x.org or call them at 479-310-5483. Please join us in supporting Be X!


 

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:

  • Provide research-proven technology.
  • Be your engineering partner so you can achieve your life goals.
  • Help you find funding --even if your needs aren't fundable through insurance.
  • Give you a way to use your skills and expertise to help others.

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 a proud partner in the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Augmentative and Alternative Communication. To go to the RERC website, click on the picture above.

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