InvoTek is proud of our work with Be Extraordinary, a nonprofit organization that helps people with disabilities achieve their life goals. Shawn Adair recently created an outstanding video on the success of Wes Wilson and his business Wes Wilson Tutoring. Wes is a long-time Be X client and friend of InvoTek. Way to go Be X and Wes!
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.
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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 had a very productive day-long design meeting for our QuadRider handcycle research project. The QuadRider is based on a morphing handcycle design from Move With Freedom, a nonprofit that created a cool open-source design and generously provided many of the parts needed for our project. Seth Arseneau built the handcycle shown in the video (click on the photo above to watch it). James Watson from QuadGrips joined Seth and the InvoTek research team for the meeting. Many thanks to everyone that gave so generously of their time and expertise.
InvoTek is pleased to announce GWP -- our newest computer access method! GWP enables the user to control up to three computing devices via our custom USB hub, free Android app, and a low-cost tablet. Learn more on the GWP product page!
“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.