We are proud to announce the winners of the 2018 IDeA competition.
- Ali Sayed, Robert Ingino, Rui Amoah and Rijul Aggarwal of York University created a classroom simulation for visually impaired children.
- Jack Chapman, Katie Gillespie, Emma Dornan and Grace Clarke of the Memorial University of Newfoundland created the MatHat, which supports the head for individuals who live with severe cerebral palsy.
- Alicia Stewart of Carleton University created an Altera kit, which allows artists with cognitive and dextrous disabilities work more independently.
- Stéphanie Gamache of the Université Laval developed an audit tool to assess the strengths and weaknesses of physical environments in terms of accessibility for persons with disabilities.
- Lianna Genovese, Laura Carter and Alex Yeh of McMaster University created the Painter’s Guide, an assistive painting tool to help those with senstive fine motor skills.