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A2H2’s 3rd Annual Hackathon

The overarching topic for the third annual Ann Arbor Health Hacks weekend, held June 22-24 2018  was ‘Making do: health in low resource settings’ with a special track on transition into independence for young people with disabilities. Out of 105 accepted applicants and 49 mentors, and sponsors, 52 gathered for the Friday night opening [...]

2018-08-22T22:12:53+00:00 August 20, 2018|

Recap: Games & Applications for Self-Management

On May 22nd, Ann Arbor Health Hacks was lucky enough to meet Rachna Govani and learn more about her popular application, Foodstand. Foodstand is a great way to achieve long-term healthy habits, a departure from the current culture of quick weight loss programs and extreme dieting. Sustainable healthy eating habits can affect your overall [...]

2018-08-20T22:25:34+00:00 August 20, 2018|

Recap: Developing Biomedical Technology

On April 26, members of the Ann Arbor Health Hacks community came together at MI-HQ to learn about developing biomedical technology from Dr. Eric G. Meyer and Dr. Mansoon Nasir, assistant professors in the Biomedical Engineering program at Lawrence Technological University, where their work focuses on prototyping and entrepreneurship. The interactive session started with [...]

2018-05-12T13:17:42+00:00 May 12, 2018|

Recap: Transitioning into the Workplace with Autism: Challenges and Opportunities

Here are some resources shared by our 2018 partner and sponsor the University of Michigan Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center: Center on Technology and Disability: Succeeding on the Job: Using Technology to Boost the Skills Employers Want Organization for Autism Research Transition Planning On March 21, Ann Arbor Health Hacks hosted John Steudle of the [...]

2018-04-22T09:38:48+00:00 April 22, 2018|

Recap: Transitioning into Independence for Individuals with Disabilities

Here are some resources shared by our 2018 partner and sponsor the University of Michigan Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center: Center on Technology and Disability: Succeeding on the Job: Using Technology to Boost the Skills Employers Want Organization for Autism Research Transition Planning The topic of A2H2’s February event was “Transitioning into Independence for Individuals [...]

2018-04-22T09:43:43+00:00 March 14, 2018|