Ability Technology operates through a small network of specialist assistive technology professionals. This select team gives us wide coverage and a great combination of skills and expertise.
Typically, a contract team member has another part time job or has started their own business. We offer them Ability work on an agreed basis.
We currently have openings for new team members, in Canberra and Western Sydney.
If you are interested in developing your work in assistive t
Ability Technology has moved! We are now at 12 Emperor Place, Forestville NSW 2087. We’ve swapped the Spit Bridge for the Roseville Bridge – slightly more convenient for those travelling to see us. We have some exciting plans with the new premises, including incorporating a range of environmental control (home automation) options in the house, which can be used for assessments and trials. A ramp is also being installed for easy access. We can’t show you pictures yet – still s
We had great fun today at the NDIS Service Providers expo run by the Northern Beaches Council! Graeme and Jeremy represented Ability at the expo, providing advice for clients, carers, practitioners and family members, as well as demonstrating a number of products including the SmartNav 4, Housemate, Traxsys Joystick, Big Keys keyboard, a number of switches and the broad range of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) apps available for iPad. #NDIS #AssistiveTechnolo
Today, Ability celebrated the 25 wonderful years since its launch in 1991. As part of the celebration, we invited a number of current and former colleagues, clients and supporters to a function in Manly, back where it all started. We were humbled to be joined by many leaders in the Disability sector across New South Wales, to celebrate this important milestone. Also in attendance were NSW Minister for Disability Services John Ajaka, Minister for Families and Community Service
Can you believe it! 25 years ago the company that became Ability Technology first started. Since that time we have helped thousands of people with disabilities to be more independent, more productive and more connected, through computer-related technology. During that period, we have seen lots of exciting developments in assistive technology, usually piggybacking on mainstream developments. We have also made significant contributions to the disability sector, through our rese
This handbook aims to contribute practical insights regarding videoconnection services, based on our experience with the technology over the past two years. We hope it will encourage and guide others in the productive and appropriate use of videoconnection services. It is a “handbook” rather than a report or research paper, as its orientation is unashamedly practical. But it is based on considerable research undertaken by Ability Technology. A mixture of in-person visits and