Our Research Defines Us

AbleLink researchers have conducted over 80 research and development projects, all designed to provide technology tools for increased independence for seniors, individuals with traumatic brain injuries and people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Our research has been supported by entities such as the U.S. Department of Education, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes on Health, the U.S. Department of Defense, the Beach Center on Disabilities at the University of Kansas, the Westchester Institute for Human Development, the ARC of the United States, and The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Foundation. All AbleLink research involves hands-on testing and evaluation by the very people the technology is intended to be used by, as well as the inclusion of all key stakeholders throughout each stage of the research process.

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Current Research Projects

AbleLink's pursuit of research-based products and solutions is ongoing. The basis for virtually everything we do comes from a commitment of resources to clearly defined research and development efforts. Contrary to the common practice of first identifying an innovative technology and then looking for a problem for it to address, AbleLink first identifies real world needs and then seeks to develop technologies to support those needs. Contact us for more information on current projects.


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Completed Research Projects

The body of work completed by the AbleLink Research and Development team and its partners includes peer reviewed articles, book chapters, final project reports, and other publications. Much of this work is in the form of project abstracts, summaries, reports and complete manuscripts. Contact us for more information on a specific project.

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Selected Bibliography

Looking for a reference regarding AbleLink research? Download our selected bibliography or contact us for additional references on research conducted by AbleLink staff and other researchers investigating the efficacy of AbleLink products. Please note that our selected bibliography includes both peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, as well as references for final project reports in cases where research has not been submitted for peer review.