Little Inventors

Makers Making Change

Burnaby, British Colombia, Canada



Job role:Designer and manufacturer

Skills:We connect people with disabilities to makers who can build affordable Assistive Technology.

A program of Neil Squire, an organisation established when 21-year-old Neil Squire was left a brain-stem tetraplegic after a car crash. Seeing he was unable to speak or move his arms and legs, Neil’s family and a group of professionals in Vancouver created a ground-breaking device allowing him to communicate by using his breath to type Morse code.