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Young client typing and dressing standInvoTek does a lot of work with Be Extraordinary, a non-profit that helps people with disabilities achieve their life goals. Our technical team modified some cool bicycling gloves so our youngest client could hold a pencil (left picture) in each glove and two-finger type his name. We also modified a table frame so that he could take his shirt off (middle pics) and then dive into the shirt to put it back on (right)! Simple solutions that make a big difference!

We're testing a new Android app! LaserChat Pro will have some new features that turn LaserChat into a very nice talking word prediction system. Both apps will be available in the Google Play store. They are free and they work great with our Bluetooth laser-controlled keyboard.

The Kansas City folks are having their expo on September 13th from 10 am - 4 pm. This is a GREAT show. If you are nearby, I hope we'll see you! Click on the KC Ability Expo logo (above) to learn more.


 

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.

News

Hnadcycliist at the Miami marathonInvoTek is very pleased to announce that we have received a $175,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to create a handcycle that is accessible to people who do not have grip control. Physical activity may improve the health and quality of life of people with spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D) by providing a fun way to exercise. Lack of access to fun recreational equipment is one of the primary barriers to participating in health-enhancing fitness activities for people with SCI/D. Our news release is available here.

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”

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Recent News

InvoTek Receives $175,000 National Institutes of Health Award

Grant Will Fund Development of Quad Rider – A Gear and Braking Device that Helps People with Disabilities Operate a Handcycle Safely

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InvoTek Receives $162,000 National Institutes of Health Award

Grant Will Fund Development of RealTalk – A Breakthrough Device that Helps People with Disabilities Communicate More Effectively.

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InvoTek Receives $550,100 National Institutes of Health Award

Grant Will Fund Development of PlayTalk – Software that Helps Children with Disabilities Learn Language Skills

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InvoTek Receives National Institute on Aging Grant

Grant Will Fund Web-Based Simulator to Train Caregivers to Provide More Effective Assistance to People with Dementia.

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InvoTek Wins da Vinci Award

SSR won the da Vinci award for education and communciation aids!

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