See life-changing accessible technology across the entire show. Innovative technologies are changing the way people work, live and play regardless of age or disability.

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CTA Foundation and Qualcomm

Dr. Cathy Bodine and Dr. Vitaly Kheyfets of of the Department of Bioengineering at the Anschutz Medical Campus at the University of Colorado sit down with Steve Ewell, executive director of the CTA Foundation, to discuss the Qualcomm CTA Foundation fellowship.


From traditional assistive devices, such as screen readers and hearing aids, to the innovations of tomorrow, like self-driving vehicles and artificial intelligence, technology is changing the world we live in and making it more accessible for all. We are witnessing a technological shift where accessibility is not just an afterthought but is incorporated into the design process.


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CTA Foundation and OATS

The CTA Foundation speaks with Tom Kamber, executive director of Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), about how they are improving the lives of older adults with technology.

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