Makers with
& without disabilities

Electronics, programming and fabrication tools are becoming more accessible everyday. We believe people with & without disabilities can make their world with technology, creativity and collaboration.

2 women working together on a switch accessible toy

Empower the MacGyvers!
Support accessible STEM

If your company or organization is involved in STEM education DIYAbility can help make your products accessible for everyone. From shop tools to mobile software, let us help you make your organization's Maker initative inclusive for all abilities. We can't wait to hear from you, contact us at [email protected].


Watch Holly Cohen’s TED Talk

Dec 06th 2016

Way back in February DIYAbility's Co-founder Holly Cohen spoke at TED in Vancouver, her talk is now available online. Holly spoke about the importance of the Maker movement within the disability community from do-it-yourself projects to accessible making. 

DIYAbility Spoke at the TED Conference 2016

Feb 29th 2016

DIYAbility was honored to be asked to speak at the 2016 TED conference.  

Shop Class and Makers with Disabilities

Feb 16th 2016

Today's Fablabs and Makerspaces host a variety of tools and software that allow making your ideas real fun and relatively easy. We see an extra benefit in these tools to empower people with disabilities to make their world and step into roles that were once never available for disabled makers.

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Capacita video game controller in case.

Learn more about our accessible video game controller, Capacita. For gamers with limited movement and works on PS3, PS4, XBox 360 and XBox One. Click here for more info.

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