One of the best ways to get to know more about potential assistive technology devices is to check out our media library below showcasing some of the individual solutions on display at Jim's Place. If you haven't already done so, be sure to take the overview video tour of Jim's Place, our assistive technology solutions demonstration house.
Computers are an essential tool for everyone these days, and they can be especially helpful to clients with limited motor skills.
While commercial systems are available at a significant cost, one of our most requested adaptive solutions is the environmental control unit or ECU.
Preventing falls is one of the major concerns for occupational therapists, caregivers and, of course, mobility-challenged clients. Motion sensors can help.
This low-cost solution was developed for a person with ALS who was unable to communicate with her husband.
With the push of a button, this system moves a client from a bed to a wheelchair or toilet or shower chair and back again. It provides a safe and easy transfer and also can prevent injury to a caregiver.
Many individuals struggle with low vision, especially in the kitchen. Inexpensive adaptive technologies also make a world of difference.
An accessible and properly modified bathroom is one of the first steps in allowing clients in wheelchairs to comfortably remain at home.
Using a wheelchair or walker doesn't have to mean moving to a single-story home. The Telecab elevator is an option to safely move between floors.