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With litigation under the Americans with Disabilities Act on the rise, companies should be adding web accessibility to their list of top priorities for 2016.
TOM, which focuses on assistive technology, takes its theme from the Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam, meaning 'repair the world.'
With a huge unmet need for insurance in the U.S., it's prime time for tech entrepreneurs to modernize the aging system.
Inclusion Solutions creates a line of products to increase accessibility for the disabled population while keeping costs down for businesses.
It's hard as hell to live with pain, but it's harder to just sit by and watch your life waste away.
The groundbreaking haptic wearable also delivers texts, turn-by-turn directions and ebook readouts, all by touch alone.
The Argus II system was successfully implanted in a senior suffering from age-related macular degeneration, which affects 20 to 25 million people globally.
What began as a request from a Florida high school student has now become a full-fledged Nike product.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago hope to create a training program that can be replicated in other places.
From shoes that tell you which direction to turn to an app that makes your iPad Braille-friendly, here are some of the coolest innovations for the blind and visually impaired.
With less than a week left in the Kickstarter campaign, 'Autism Village' says its tool can help parents and caregivers of people with autism.
Make sure you protect yourself legally by understanding the recent Supreme Court decision.
The emotionally-charged spot has been viewed over 9 million times across YouTube and on an advertising blog called Digital Synopsis.
Thirteen-year-old Silicon Valley native Shubham Banerjee founded his company by considering a community that is often overlooked: the visually impaired.
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