Assistive Technology Labs

Assistive Technology Clinical Research

Clinical research which supports the evaluation and further development of assistive technology applications.

Internationally Appropriate Assistive Technology

The development and implementation of technology a which benefits the lives of people with disabilities and their families within an international context.

Robots & Interface Development

The research, design and implementation of robots specifically for children with disabilities.

Children's Development

Assistive Technology for academics, play and cognitive development

"...more engaged in life, more active in making choices and being a participant in life rather than a spectator."

- Joanne Friedt, Assistant Principal, St. Gabriel Elementary School

"If you had only 'to watch' and never 'to do,' you would learn a significantly smaller amount of things"

- Al Cook

Welcome to Assistive Technology Labs

The Assistive Technology Labs, directed by Dr. Kim Adams, are in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (FRM) at the University of Alberta and Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital (GRH).

The FRM lab was founded by Dr. Al Cook, and the GRH lab was founded by Dr. Alexandar Kostov.

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