Thanks, Gibney Family Foundation! Things are looking brighter already.
For a look at the work CReATE does--and how they do it--watch this video.
|Clay Christensen displays modular hose and an electronic, voice-activated personal assistant. Both are examples of high-|
and low-tech AT available in the Utah Assistive Technology Program's demonstration libraries.
|Georgia tries out her new bike|
|From left to right: volunteers Mike Stokes and Todd McGregor, Georgia Sumsion, and AT Lab Coordinator Clay Christensen.|
|Parker and Chris try the bike out for the first time.|
|Shawn Atkinson with his donated creation.|
|Parker's first ride, in a slow, controlled environment. He is wearing a lap belt in this photo, and will wear safety gear|
as he becomes more accustomed to the new equipment.
|York Martinez received a loan from the Utah Assistive Technology Foundation to help land his first big construction contract. Four years later, his business is growing and employing others.|