About us

 

We are a WA based non-profit focused on independence and technology. The TSF has been a nonprofit foundation located in the Washington area for over 10 years. The TSF was originally started by Todd Stablefelt who then partnered with Tyler Schrenk in 2016 with Tyler Schrenk taking it over solely and 2018.

We believe this problem can be solved by providing education, training and resources to people living with mobility issues where assistive technologies can help them regain independence.

 Tyler is dedicated to using his experiences and his knowledge to help others who started in a similar situation to himself. With this in mind The TSF has launched two new programs entitled “ The Demonstrating Independence Program Grant and The Jose Blakely Memorial Grant.” The first steps are under way with logistics and hardware orders already in motion. The goal of these program’s will be to supply the mobility impaired persons with technologies that will transform their lives by enabling them to manage more life tasks on their own.

We believe our projects will introduce how assistive technologies can be vital in the lives of those who are mobility impaired. As a result, we anticipate that when these technologies are introduced, the quality of life will improve in those who we serve by giving them an independence they have lost and we hope that they can use this independence to begin leaving their comfort zones and connecting with other people who have similar interests and struggles.

Since 2013 the TSF has provided over $90,000 worth of assistive technologies helping over 60 people living as far as Romania regain independence using assistive technologies.

The TSF was created with the  mission and focus on offering a wider variety of assistive technologies and not only reaching out to people locally to Washington but around the world! We are the only nonprofit foundation in the greater Seattle area offering this service and are committed to continuing improving lives of those who are mobility impaired.

Maui (Pictured on Left) at Seattle Children’s Hospital receiving a Microsoft adaptive controller from Tyler (Pictured on right) and the TSF.

Maui (Pictured on Left) at Seattle Children’s Hospital receiving a Microsoft adaptive controller from Tyler (Pictured on right) and the TSF.