Welcome to an evening where we look at and discuss digital tools designed for everyone. We will focus on products and services for people with physical, mental and cognitive disabilities.
It's our pleasure to announce the speakers for the evening:
Tommy Hagström from Begripsam AB. Tommy will share experiences and expertise of creating universally designed products and services for users regardless of their ability. A key is to develop and apply methods so that everyone can participate and influence how products and services should be designed, with a special focus on people with mental and cognitive disabilities.
Hampus Sethfors and Joel Holmberg from Haja Applikation. At Haja, Hampus and Joel create easy to use technology together with people with disabilities. We focus on cognitive impairments like autism and adhd, which results in technology that works well for anyone – regardless of disability. So far, they have created ResLedaren – an app that simplifies travelling with public transportation and Dit-i-tid – a service that reduces the number of missed meetings.
Vasia Vasilopoulou & Peter Skager, Lifecensr. Lifecensr digitizes patient education for patients with chronic conditions using gamification in health care.
David Henderek from Tobii Dynavox will present some of the products in Tobii's line of communication tools using eye tracking.
There will be some finger food and refreshments available.
At Health 2.0 Stockholm we will always go for the tangible. The heart and soul of our meetups are demos of products and services by entrepreneurs as well as a diverse audience and free-flowing, non-prestigious, discussions. When others often talk about future visions we show what is possible today. Instead of only jumping the bandwagon filled with tech buzzwords like AI and IoT, at our meetups we try to find exciting niches where small companies can make a big difference.