A Fighting Bid – The Little Helper Step

Figure 2: The client using the device

A set of retractable steps than enable a young girl with a spinal cord injury to transfer between her wheelchair and the floor

Sonic Doohicky

Figure 1: The Sonic Doohickey scooter chair.

A Scooting Device for a Child with Muscle Weakness.

Omni-Accessible Playground Equipment

Figure 1: The base of the device, showing one set of wheels and axle and the almond-shaped tracks.

A wheelchair accessible glider that motivates a young girl and her peers to play together on the playground.

Hot Wheels

Figure 2: Client using the Hot Wheels device. The device is currently playing a “fireworks” video and a song as the client is walking.

A motivational device to encourage a young girl to use her gait trainer.


Figure 1: The Boxxy device with four of the shapes. When the device detects a shape going down the slide, it illuminates the appropriate icon on the back panel. The shape then slides out of the slot on the front edge.

A fun, electronic “put-in” device that incorporates positive feedback so that the client can play with the device with minimal assistance from therapists or caregivers.


Photo of the Alphabraille device

A fun electronic toy that helps children learn Braille and phonics

View It Display Stand

Figure 2: The client using the View It stand to draw.

A portable display stand for a boy with visual impairments, so that he can read and write at a close distance from the page while maintaining an upright posture.

Lift Me Up

Figure 1: The Lift Me Up device, with the platform about half way between its highest and lowest positions.

A device to enable a child to easily transfer from her wheelchair to the floor

Wheelchair Accessible Motion Simulator

Figure 1: Side view of the Wheelchair Accessible Motion Simulator

This is a fun device that enables the clients to experience motion. The teacher or aide pushes the wheelchair onto the platform, and using a joystick control, rocks the user in any direction.

Comfort Reader 2K6

Figure 1: Client using the reading aid.

A mechanical reading aid that isolates 1-2 lines of text, and allows the to easily scroll through the page. This increases her reading speed.