Webinar recordings now available in our store
Go Baby Go, The Ultimate Toy Hack
We are happy to finally offer recorded webinars for sale. If you missed the actual webinar livestream you can now purchase the webinar from our store and watch at your home or work. Future webinars will also be made available through the store so you don’t have to worry about missing out.
What is Assistive Technology?
Go Baby Go is a project from the University of Delaware that demonstrates a quick and easy way to create mobility tools for children using ride on top Powerwheels cars. The Go Baby Go project has grassroots activity around the globe; people do not need to sign a form or be an engineer, you only […]
The Kits Are Here!
Assistive technology can be defined as the use of a device to help facilitate independence in an individual. There are many examples of assistive technology or AT in our everyday life. Glasses can be considered a form of AT as they will facilitate an person’s ability to see. A walker is also a form of […]
Hacking for the Holidays 2013!!
At DIYAbility we believe that people with and without disabilities can be empowered when they utilize the correct technology. More importantly, we want everyone to know they have the right to participate in the design and making of technology – having the opportunity to make your own ‘stuff’ can lead to increased quality of life, […]
DIYAbility is now an Approved Provider of Continuing Education Activities for AOTA
Two years ago we started Hacking for the Holidays, a workshop to learn how to make toys accessible for children with disabilities. A child with a physical disability might not be able to use their hands to control a toy but perhaps they are capable of using their head, feet, shoulders, knees or arms to […]
What is AOTA? AOTA is the American Occupational Therapy Association. It was established in 1917 to represent the interests and concerns of occupational therapy practitioners and students of occupational therapy and to improve the quality of occupational therapy services (www.aota.org).