Creating a mounted wheelchair arm to enable self-sufficiency among people with physical disabilities.

Promote self-sufficiency in individuals with physical disabilities by creating an electromechanical wheelchair mount to be used for performing daily activities

David Jackson is a Speech-Language Pathologist employed by the GLASS Cooperative of West Lafayette. He creates individualized education plans for local, West-Lafayette elementary school students with physical disabilities and varying cognitive abilities.

The mounted wheelchair arm is intended to be used by a student with a physical disability in order to increase their range of motion and allow them to complete daily tasks.