About ImproveAbility

ImproveAbility is an assistive technology consulting company. We provide assistive technology assessments and recommendations. We are also able to help you set up and use your assistive technology. In addition to providing these services, ImproveAbility also sells equipment and can put together your solution from multiple manufacturers.

We are your one stop shop for most assistive technology needs.  We will come to your home or jobsite to assess what assistive devices or strategies are needed for you to achieve the highest level of function. Since every case is unique, please contact us to discuss your needs. We are knowledgeable of funding sources and will help you find funding for our services and/or products, if available.

We have been in the assistive technology industry for many years.  We have many colleagues around the country – if we do not know the answer, we will find it for you and/or direct you to a knowledgeable professional in your area.

Our Team

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Antoinette Verdone, ATP, RET

Founder, Lead AT Consultant

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Jimmy Hudson, ATP

Senior Assistive Technology Consultant/Business Development

RIck Viator


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Wendy Allen, OTR/L

Assistive Technology Consultant

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Matthew Colvin

Assistive Technologist

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Alyssa Goss

Operations Administrator

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Rich Green

Assistive Technology Associate

David Weaver

Inventory Administrator

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Jeremy Zuniga

Assistive Technology Associate

What is Assistive technology?

Assistive Technology is a broad term that applies to any device or strategy that fills the gap between a person’s ability and the goal or task they are trying to achieve.  Check out our Services or Case Studies to learn more.

What is Rehabilitation Engineering?

Rehabilitation engineering is the application of science and technology to improve the quality of life of individuals with disabilities.

Rehab engineers come to the client with a unique perspective. We have a technical background, but have chosen to focus on how to apply this technical knowledge to help people with disabilities.

We often work in partnership with other allied health professionals, such as Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists. These health professionals come with a more medical perspective, and are often not assistive technology experts. But as part of a team with a rehabilitation engineer, the best assistive technology solution can be achieved.

Rehab Engineers are particularly helpful in very complicated or unusual situations where other standard solutions have not been successful. Rehab engineers are able to pull from off the shelf technology as well as create custom solutions. Also, rehab engineers are able to help integrate various technologies to provide a more efficient and streamlined system.

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What is the Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) Certification

The ATP certification is administered by RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America.)  This certification shows that the professional that you are working with has a knowledge of disability and how to choose appropriate technology. Also, all certified ATPs must adhere to a code of ethics and standards of practice. To find a certified ATP in your area click here.

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It should be noted that the ATP is a certification, not a license. There is a wide range of individuals that can qualify to be certified. When a client is seeking assistive technology advice, you should ask about the professional’s background in addition to their certification.