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Assistive Technology’s “MacGyver”

by on May 14, 2013

MacGyver Global

Her rescues aren’t from bombs, but from duds, i.e. assistive devices that go unused because a student can’t hold, manipulate, or access it.

Therese Willkomm, often called the “MacGyver of Assistive Technology,”  uses ordinary materials, no electricity, no power tools, not even glue to quickly design products that make devices more accessible.

Read more at About.com

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