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The Maker movement attracts people of all disciplines into a world where they can create, make or customize. At
In partnership with a local organization for the homeless and near-homeless, our wheelchair clinics provided free basic care and maintainence along with modifications of wheeled mobility devices. Don’t be stuck with humdrum, factory issue “one-size-fits-all” – customizations can range from functional to whimsical!
We have recently partnered with an Albuquerque not-for-profit charter high school to help empower the next generation of young adults to make a positive impact in people’s lives. Students participate in hands- on explorations of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM). The skills and knowledge they gain are used in projects that help New Mexicans with disabilities through the NM Technology Assistance Program. As a springboard into making accessible devices, students will create a customizable capacitive touch keyboard and will be encouraged to innovate on the original design while being mindful of costs and usability. With greater availability of affordable Do-It-Yourself (DIY) components, students are only confined and limited by their imaginations in creating new devices.
Fun workshops that introduce kids to simple electronics or coding are ways in which
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