Assistive Technology

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The Power Trike

The Power Trike

Designers: Michael J Brigandi and John S. Wiley

Designed for: a young boy from Methuen

The Powered Wheelchair

The Powered Wheelchair: A Device that Provides Mobility enhancement for   People with Disabilities

Designers:  Brian Turcott and Nicholas A. Sabino

Designed for: A 40 year old woman with multiple sclerosis (MS)

The Snoozellan Switch

The Snoozellan Switch:
audio/vibration
sensory device

Designer: Dana J. Greenlay

Designed for: the special  education department of 

the Amesbury Elementary

School in Amesbury, Massachusetts

Add-On Touch screen

Add-On Touch screen

Designer: Senait L. Haileselassie

Designed for: Shore Educational Collaborative, Chelsea, MA

Automatic Page Turner

Automatic Page Turner

Designer: Elmer Lopez

Designed for: a five years old child with mobility problems in his arm

The Voice Activated Alarm Clock System

The Voice Activated Alarm Clock System

Designer:  Tan Pham

Designed for: Calvin A., Lowell High School, Lowell, MA

Motion Activated CD player

Motion Activated CD player:

Designer:  Amir T. Tabrizi

Designed for: Shore Educational Collaborative, Chelsea, MA

No Touch Switch

No Touch Switch: A devise that provides an easy used to record and play  messages with capacitive proximity sensors.

Designer:  Victor M. Rodriguez

Designed for:  Henry Owens School at Shore Educational

Alarm System for an Autistic Child

Alarm System for an Autistic Child

Designer: John P. Garvin

Designed for:  Nashua High School

Foot-Controllable Text Processor

Foot-Controllable Text Processor

Designer: Sean R. O’Melia

Designed for: a person with cerebral palsy

Joystick Controlled Tilting Mirror

Joystick Controlled Tilting Mirror

Designer:  Alfredo I. Barriga

Designed for: the Kennedy Day School, Brighton, MA

Unidirectional Microphone System

Unidirectional Microphone System

Designer: Jerome Davis

Designed for: University of Massachusetts at Lowell

Interactive Bubble Tube

Interactive Bubble Tube: A Snoezelen Room Project

Designer:  Christopher A. Magnell

Designed for: the Shore Educational Collaborative, Chelsea, MA

The Head Activated Wheelchair

The Head Activated Wheelchair: A device that will help people control wheelchairs with their head.

Designer: Lewis R Perez

Designed for: a special need kid in Dracut, MA

 Navigation Project for Independent living

Navigation Project for Independent living: a project that allows a blind man living alone the ability to perform a household chore unassisted


Designer: Daniel Volz


Designed for: Elderly Services Center

Stepping Pad Music and Light

Stepping Pad Music and Light: A Devise for Snoezelen Room

Designer:  Chankorvith Khim

Designed for:  A special need student from Daley Middle School

A Pitching Machine

A Pitching Machine

Designer: Will Krezewick

Designed for: a special need kid in Dracut, MA

The Transitional Timer

The Transitional Timer: A Device that Aids Activity Transitioning for Children on the Autism Spectrum

Designer:  Noel A. Zenga

Designed for:  Janet Stafford, KidzPlay Therapy Center, Londonderry, NH

The Drop Foot Sock

The Drop Foot Sock: A Device that Provides Feedback for a Student with a Nueromuscular Disorder

Designer:  Karl P. Metzemaekers

Designed for:  Nathan Plummer, Hudson, NH

The Perfect Workstation

The Perfect Workstation

Designer:  Jeremy Shean

Designed for:  The VA Hospital which is located in Bedford Massachusetts.

Wirelessly Controlled Heated Gloves and Socks

Wirelessly Controlled Heated Gloves and Socks

Designer:  John P. Garvin

Designed for: A patient of Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT), a form of Muscular     Dystrophy. 

Operate Electronic Devices

Operate Electronic Devices 

Designer: Lawrence Poitier

Designed for: the Shore Educational Collaborative in Chelsea, Massachusetts. 

The Smart Pillbox

The Smart Pillbox

Designer:  Tejal R. Pat

Designed for: A woman who needs to manage medications for several conditions including ulcerative colitis, acid reflux and depression

Aroma Therapy Unit for Snoezelen Room

Aroma Therapy Unit for Snoezelen Room

Designer:  Dawn C. Starbird

Designed for: Multiple Handicaps

Laser Pointer Communication Device and Associated Light Operated Switch

Laser Pointer Communication Device and Associated Light Operated Switch

Designer:  Israel Poore

Designed For:  Children’s Hospital in Boston

Digital Voice Box

Digital Voice Box: A Learning Device for Use by Children with Autism

Designer: John A. Roy

Designed For: children with autism to provide an effective method of communication

Voice Agents

Voice Agents: A Device That Improves Children’s Speech disabilities and Motivate Them to Exercise Their Muscles

Designer:  Sarinya Duke

Designed for: The children at New England Pediatric Care Institution

Light and Sound Box

Light and Sound Box: A multi-sensory Snoezelen Room Device

Designer:  Eric M. Bass

Designed For: Kennedy Day School (KDS) Program at Franciscan Children’s Hospital