evika.io has Launched Their New Site for the Next Generation of Assistive Technologies
Canadian accessibility education platform evika.io is now live and chock-full of product reviews, articles, discounts, and funding related to assistive technology. Head to the free platform to access over 700 reviews of more than 1,200 devices or browse the comprehensive digital library of videos and blogs authored by healthcare professionals. evika.io is a one-stop-shop for not only people with disabilities but also their partners and caregivers. Visit the site today to find out what all the fuss is about: evika.io.
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Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, September 20, 2021 – Online accessibility education platform evika.io is excited to announce the launch of a new site created for the needs of those living with disabilities. This revolutionary website is designed to help people with a disability keep pace with the next generation of assistive technologies.
The platform is already home to 700+ reviews across 1,200+ devices and a library of videos and blogs created and reviewed by leading healthcare professionals. Not only that, but the platform partners with a wide range of brands to offer significant discounts on assistive technology.
“The reviews, articles, and discounts we feature on evika.io are carefully curated to help all Canadians easily access and learn about living with a disability and using assistive devices. We want not only people with disabilities to benefit from the rich archive of materials and offers but also their partners and caregivers,” says evika.io CEO & Co-Founder Adam Gryfe.
Gryfe and business partner Paul van der Vorst co-founded the company in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, in 2018. The tech-savvy duo was inspired to create evika.io after simplifying autonomous vehicles for factory and warehouse employees and adapting technologies for people with disabilities at the Assistive Technology Clinic.
“The word evika combines the name Eve, mother of life, and that euphoric feeling of a eureka moment–that moment when you find the exact thing you’ve been searching for,” says Gryfe. “And indeed, evika.io aims to help people with disabilities find the product, service, or funding they need.”
All of the information housed on evika.io–from product reviews and articles to discounts and funding sources–is available free of charge. To access it, simply visit the website and search using the smart filter system. Create an account to save preferred filters or sign up for the email newsletter.
The word evika combines the name Eve, mother of life, and that euphoric feeling of a eureka moment–that moment when you find the exact thing you’ve been searching for. The ambition of evika.io is to provide at-a-glance education about both simple and complex technologies for those affected by disability. The company was founded in 2018 by Adam Gryfe and Paul van der Vorst. They combine their experience of simplifying autonomous vehicles for factory and warehouse employees and adapting technologies for the disabled at the Assistive Technology Clinic. evika.io is home to 700+ user reviews across 1,200+ assistive devices and an educational library with dozens of accessibility-focused videos and blogs developed by healthcare professionals.
Press Contact: Adam Gryfe, CEO & Co-Founder
Phone Number: (519) 783-1591
Address: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada