About us

 

The Tyler Schrenk Foundation is a Washington-based non-profit organization focused on independence and assistive technologies (AT). Founded by Todd Stablefelt in 2008, TSF addressed a serious gap by providing members of the disabled community with key resources to remain independent. In 2015, Todd partnered with Tyler Schrenk and with time, Tyler took over as President & Executive Director. With the same initials, it was meant to be.

Since taking over, Tyler has dedicated his experience to helping others in a one-to-one fashion. Taking it further, Tyler launched two programs: the “Demonstrating Independence Program Grant” and the “Jose Blakely Memorial Grant,” both with a shared goal to transform lives. Our projects show how assistive technologies can be vital in the lives of those who are mobility impaired and otherwise: quality of life improves dramatically and people are given the opportunity to regain both their dignity and independence.

Since 2013 the Tyler Schrenk Foundation has provided over $110,000 worth of assistive technologies helping over 60 people living as far as Romania regain independence using assistive technologies. We aren’t done yet.

Maui (left) at Seattle Children’s Hospital receiving and Xbox Adaptive Controller from Tyler (right) & Matt (center).

Maui (left) at Seattle Children’s Hospital receiving and Xbox Adaptive Controller from Tyler (right) & Matt (center).