Tecla’s revolutionary tech helps differently-abled people use touchscreens


There’s a quiet, yet fundamental dignity in being able to do things for yourself. It’s something you don’t really notice until it’s gone. Take something as simple as using a smartphone. These aren’t just communications devices – they’re a true Pandora’s Box of secrets. We use them to traverse our interpersonal relationships. They’re where we work. Where we date. You get the idea. Imagine if you suffered a significant accident that cost you the use of your arms. A car accident, perhaps. Consider what life would be like if you couldn’t write a tweet, or swipe right on Tinder without…

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