I developed interest in assistive technology around nine years ago when, as a graduate assistant, I worked with students with disabilities at Student Access & Accommodation Services, Illinois State University. I started this blog in late 2010, and the idea behind this blog was to educate readers about the latest and greatest in assistive technology – not the bulky, outdated and expensive machines we are used to seeing everywhere, but affordable, state of the art technology that would change the future of people with disabilities drastically in the near future.

I write mostly about concepts/ devices that are still in prototype stages, but would be possibly mass marketed in the future. I also write about mobile apps/ software that make life easier for people with disabilities.

To read more about me, please visit my website here.

In my free time, I can be found hiking and taking photographs at any of the scenic parks in Minnesota and Wisconsin, exploring various bike trails in the Minneapolis/ St. Paul area, reading, listening to podcasts (Radiolab is my favorite) attending concerts, making music (I am  a failed musician but don’t want to admit it!), and pursuing interests that involve buying things at hobby stores. 

 I sincerely thank each and every one of you for visiting this blog. I hope you find the information provided by this blog beneficial.