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          • Sound Advice

            Sound Advice is an eGovernment (Education) award-winning venture geared to technology-supported mainstream education, employment and living for children, students and graduates who’re deaf. From 2007 to 2014, Sound Advice’s influencing addressed a historic lack in Ireland’s hearing and speech services, that led to: Ireland’s Audiology Review (2011), Education Policy for mainstreaming deaf children (2012) and HSE-funded bilateral pediatric ear implants (2013). (Source: Website)
            Ireland

          • ATDO - Assistive Technology Development Organization

            ATDO was established in April 2006 for performing research and development in information and communication technology which meets the needs of persons with disabilities and senior citizens for social inclusion. Universal design concept development and international standardization are key activities of ATDO. ATDO is also conducting experimental training projects on communication support for deaf-blind people by mobile devices granted by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan and other funding organizations. (Source: Website)
            Japan

          • Irisbond

            Irisbond creates a new way for humans to communicate based on precision eye tracking technology. (Source: Website)
            Spain

          • GRIT Freedom Chair

            GRIT is an engineer-founded, mission driven company that believes everyone deserves access to adventure. Their flagship product is the GRIT Freedom Chair. (Source: Website)
            United States of America

          • inABLE

            inABLE is nonprofit organization based in the USA and Kenya. They envision a world where individuals with disabilities have access to the same educational technological and employment opportunities as the non-disabled through assistive technology computer labs. They also envision a world where blind and low vision children do not end up in the streets, but rather become contributors to culture and society. (Source: Website)
            Kenya

          • Livox

            Operating in 11 countries and available in more than 25 languages, Livox has a global acting team to provide support and inclusion around the world. (Source: Website)
            Brazil

          • Pedius

            Pedius is an Italian startup that has an app that enables the deaf to make phone calls. The user texts a message, and that text translates to speech at the other side of the phone call. (Source: Website)
            Italy

          • BarrierBreak

            BarrierBreak is an accessibility consulting and assistive technology firm based in India specializing in accessibility testing, accessible documents, and accessibility consulting. (Source: Website)
            India

          • Access Innovation Media

            Ai-Media was founded in 2003 on the belief that everyone deserves access to information. It makes our leading captioning and translation technologies available to everyone around the world – across purposes, across industries, across platforms, and across languages. (Source: Website)
            Australia

          • GHA - Griffin Hammis Associates

            Griffin-Hammis Associates (GHA) is an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of customized employment services for people with disabilities. The organization has consulted to government and nonprofit agencies serving more than 200 urban and rural communities throughout the United States and Canada. (Source: Website)
            United States of America