Assistive technology enables communication, mobility, finanical independence and self expression - DIYAbility offers workshops and consultation for families and health care professionals to encourage the creative design and development.
Go Baby Go, a project from the University of Delaware demonstrates a quick and easy way to create mobility using ride on top Powerwheels cars. In early November, DIYAbility gave it a try for a local family's two year old son.Nov 21st 2014
DIYAbility Has Been Chosen as One of New York's Next Top Makers!
What is New York's Next Top Makers?
The focus of New York's Next Top Makers is to build a the creative, design-driven economy of NYC, making it a hub for hardware creation and innovation. The program brings together creators, designers, and problem solvers to learn and grow within the community. As part of the program, DIYAbility will be part of a 12 month incubator program. This program will include access to mentors, tools, space, relevant events, and media exposure.
Sep 21st 2014
The "Future of Accessible Cities" is a window display at 313 W 36th Street in the Adaptive Design Association store front window. A cardboard New York City skyline is the backdrop for a cardboard wheelchair from the future that has helicopter like features. People walking by can interact with the window via SMS - a sent message can trigger the wheelchair to fly into the sky. We want people to think about accessible cities, what the future will bring and what can they imagine and build to make accessibility universal.Jul 06th 2014
2014 © DIYAbility