Virtual Assistant Helps With Disability Struggles

E-learning has considerable potential to improve the lives of people with disabilities, which is why Lisa Marie Clinton took to founding Avail in 2015. The startup is built around an app and web portal that provides step-by-step instructions, using pictures, sounds and text, to guide a person with an intellectual disability through particular activities. The…

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Beautiful Irish Boy Who Died From Cancer Inspires Autism App

A much-loved little boy with autism who died aged just five years old has become the inspiration for a special app to help other children. Liam McArdle from Louth village gave his teacher Lisa Marie Clinton the idea for an app that gives more independence to disabled children and adults, operating like a virtual personal…

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8 Canadian Projects Launch in September

We’re pleased to announce that during the first week of September a total of 8 new Canadian organisations and Partners are coming together in Toronto and Niagara for training and implementation of the Avail solution. Community Living and Educational Institutions across Ontario are starting to embrace the avail® software and programe as a means of…

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KenCrest, the First Organization to Utilize avail in America

We are delighted to announce that we have just deployed the avail program with our first organization in America. Back in March, we presented to KenCrest, an organization that supports over 11,500 individuals with disabilities in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Connecticut. It was the first organization we presented to, and within 5 minutes their team loved…

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