The TSF, previously the Todd Stablefelt Foundation, was created in 2008 as a 501(c)(3) (EIN# 26-3258569) by Todd Stablefelt to educate and provide people with mobility issues access to assistive technologies that would provide them greater independence. During that time, Todd met all kinds of people, leading to his involvement in “switch control” for the iPhone & Tecla devices available today.
In 2015 Todd Stablefelt and Tyler Schrenk partnered to recreate the TSF with a similar mission but an ambition to offer a broader variety of assistive technologies to people beyond Washington state. Currently we have served 11 different states in three different countries (Mexico, Germany and Romania). From 2013 to 2018, TSF funded and completed over 40 assistive technology installations, ranging from controlling a cell phone hands-free to controlling a TV by voice.
We believe our projects showcase how assistive technologies are vital to those with disabilities. As a result, we know that when these technologies are introduced, quality of life improves dramatically. Once isolated, these people can now connect with others and reclaim their independence like never before.
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