We are excited to announce that the DC Centers for Independent Living has begun a pilot program working with CyberTimez to provide Cyber Armz, Cyber Eyez and Cyber Earz to their consumers beginning May 4th. The goal of the pilot project is to deliver technology solutions to physically, visually and hearing impaired persons and gather success metrics over the course of a three month trial. The results from the pilot will be presented at the Independence Through Technology Summit near the end of July.
Richard Simms, Executive Director for DC Centers for Independent Living said, "I know these products will help people." The DC Center for Independent Living will identify multiple people with differing disabilities and allow them to use Cyber Eyez, Earz and Armz for three week periods. At the end of each week the participant will complete a survey helping to provide real world feedback, validation and areas for improvement direct from the consumer.
"We couldn't be more thrilled to be working with a partner like DC Centers for Independent Living. What they do for the community combined with the technology we provide is the best example of a win-win that I can think of in the Accessible Technogy space," said Sean Tibbetts, CEO of CyberTimez.