Translation and representation are at the heart of CREATE and cross-campus collaboration is a core value.

Leveraging the industry, disability community, and academic partnerships of the Center, we continue to build upon our prior successes and create sustainable models for translation. Our collaborations with the TASKAR centerHuskyADAPT, and the UW Disability Studies Program ensure diverse voices to inform innovation. 

We invite you to partner with us.

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Anat Caspi, CREATE’s Director for Translation, coordinates with community partners and has formed a diverse and inclusive CREATE Advisory Board.


RECENT TRANSLATION NEWS


  • Feldner and Harniss receive research poster award for work on allyship training in rehabilitation education

    Heather Feldner and Mark Harniss team received a blue ribbon award as one of the top 3 posters for Social Responsibility at an American Physical Therapy Association meeting.

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  • CREATE Submits RFI on Disability Bias in Biometrics

    CREATE's response to the Science and Technology Policy Office's request for "Information on Public and Private Sector Uses of Biometric Technologies"

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  • Perkins School touts Blocks4All for blind and low vision students

    The Perkins School for the Blind — one of the most famous schools for the blind in the world — is heavy into technology for their students. Recently they touted the Blocks4All app, paired with a Dash robot, as a tool to teach block coding to blind and low vision students. "The Blocks4All app is completely…

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  • Go Baby Go Car Adaptation Workshop

    UW Go Baby Go, co-directed by CREATE Associate Director Heather Feldner, is excited to announce its fall workshop where we will build ten Go Baby Go cars for local children with disabilities and their families! UW and CREATE students, postdocs, and faculty (especially from engineering, computer science, and rehab programs), local clinicians, and parents/caregivers are all…

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  • CREATE Community Day and research showcase

    CREATE Community Day 2021 was a rich program that included an important discussion of the concerns and approaches to just, sustainable accessibility research that puts the needs of community members with disabilities front and center. CREATE members highlighted what their labs are doing, with time to hear about a variety of individual projects. Read on…

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