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Labor of Love

A Better World Project article on Eagle Eyes eye controlled mouse technology
Featured Story from Boston College  Read the Original Story at The Better World Project Labor of Love Helps Severely Disabled Communicate How can we tell if people with sev… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/labor-love/

EagleEyes in Alaska News

A news segment on Eagle Eyes eye controlled technology in Alaska.
Gracelyn Ward was born with a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 18 giving her less than a 1 percent chance to live past the age of 1. She's now 17 and has found a new technolog… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-alaska-news/

Christmas Cards Made with EagleEyes

Students at Jordan Valley School in the Canyons district made Christmas cards with their eyes this year using EagleEyes eye controlled technology.
Students with disabilities use eyes to create art for Christmas cards By Becky Bruce and Heather Kelly - December 21st, 2013 Click here to see original story. MIDVALE — A sc… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/christmas-cards-made-eagleeyes/

Pay it Forward

The Opportunity Foundation is sponsored on KUTV Channel 2 Pay it Forward for their role in the EagleEyes Project.
Tuesday, June 18 2013, 10:00 AM MDT Pay It Forward: Debbie Inkley (KUTV) For a severely disabled child, the ability to talk to others is nearly non-existent. But … http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/pay-it-forward/

Ice Skating on Wheels

Ice skating with Wheel Chairs at Cottonwood Heights with Olympus High School Volunteers.
Tuesday, December 10 2013, 07:56 AM MST New Technology Helping Disabled Children (KUTV) A special fundraising event that began as an Eagle Scout project is helping rai… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/ice-skating-wheels/

Seeing with EagleEyes

Tyler Tilton is benefiting from the use of EagleEyes in his home.
Seeing with ‘Eagle Eyes’   Tyler Tilton is rewarded with a Star Wars video after focusing his eyes  on a spaceship target. This exercise is teaching him how to us… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/seeing-eagleeyes/

Mia's Makes a Wish

Mia of Redford receives an EagleEyes system form the make a wish foundation.
Make-A-Wish brings joy to Redford girl Written by M.B. Dillon Correspondent August 9,2013 Observer and Eccentric A Gannett Company Read the original story On July 17, a … http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/mias-makes-wish/

EagleEyes in Henderson Nevada

Tyler Tilton using EagleEyes eye controlled technology in Henderson Nevada.
Read the Newspaper article Here. http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-henderson-nevada/

EagleEyes in Iowa

EagleEyes used at Johnston Middle School in Iowa
Eagle Eyes at Johnston Middle School in Iowa http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-iowa/

EagleEyes in Ashton, Idaho

EagleEyes in Ashton, Idaho
Click here to watch the news story   Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2013 7:00 am JOYCE EDLEFSEN/ jedlefsen(at)uvsj.com ASHTON — A lot of caring, a little luck and advances… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-ashton-idaho/

Olympus High students help special-needs peers at Hartvigsen with assistive technology

Olympus High students help special-needs peers at Hartvigsen with assistive technology
EagleEyes » Electrodes track eye movement to control a computer mouse to play games and learn new skills. By Rinna Waddhany | Special to The Tribune First Published Mar 14 2013 02… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/olympus-high-students-help-special-needs-peers-hartvigsen/

Team of Advocates for Special Kids Technology E-Newsletter

Team of Advocates for Special Kids Technology E-Newsletter
EagleEyes was mentioned in the Team of Advocates for Special Kids Technology E-Newsletter. In this edition, I want to start by telling you about a wonderful piece of assistive … http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/team-advocates-special-kids-technology-e-newsletter/

Disabled Kincardine teen receives first EagleEyes system in Canada

Disabled Kincardine teen receives first EagleEyes system in Canada
Keith Creighton (R) of Kincardine gets some help from his sister, Katie, in using the EagleEyes system at Kincardine District Secondary School Tuesday afternoon Celebrating t… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/disabled-kincardine-teen-receives-first-eagleeyes-system-canada/

EagleEyes in Canada

EagleEyes in Canada
This story was featured on CTV London News Website. http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-canada/

Kincardine teen receives new technology to communicate

Kincardine teen receives new technology to communicate
Mike Hackett (L) of MTC Computers, Erin McDonald of Meridian Credit Union, and Linda Marak of Community Living of Kincardine and District, pose with Keith Creighton of Kincar… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/kincardine-teen-receives-new-technology-communicate/

EagleEyes on KUTV News

Debbie Inkley is interviewed about EagleEyes use in Utah Schools.
Watch an interview with Debbie Inkley, Executive Director of The Opportunity Foundation of America on KUTV news in Utah. http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-on-kutv-news/

Alternative Acess: EagleEyes and Camera Mouse

An article from the Utah Special Educator Magazine, March 2012 edition.
Posted on March 03, 2012 on http://essentialeducator.org/?p=11996 Walk in most any class where computers are available and you will find students accessing them by scrolling an… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/alternative-acess-eagleeyes-and-camera-mouse/

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Labor of Love

A Better World Project article on Eagle Eyes eye controlled mouse technology
Featured Story from Boston College  Read the Original Story at The Better World Project Labor of Love Helps Severely Disabled Communicate How can we tell if people with sev… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/labor-love/

EagleEyes in Alaska News

A news segment on Eagle Eyes eye controlled technology in Alaska.
Gracelyn Ward was born with a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 18 giving her less than a 1 percent chance to live past the age of 1. She's now 17 and has found a new technolog… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-alaska-news/

Christmas Cards Made with EagleEyes

Students at Jordan Valley School in the Canyons district made Christmas cards with their eyes this year using EagleEyes eye controlled technology.
Students with disabilities use eyes to create art for Christmas cards By Becky Bruce and Heather Kelly - December 21st, 2013 Click here to see original story. MIDVALE — A sc… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/christmas-cards-made-eagleeyes/

Pay it Forward

The Opportunity Foundation is sponsored on KUTV Channel 2 Pay it Forward for their role in the EagleEyes Project.
Tuesday, June 18 2013, 10:00 AM MDT Pay It Forward: Debbie Inkley (KUTV) For a severely disabled child, the ability to talk to others is nearly non-existent. But … http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/pay-it-forward/

Ice Skating on Wheels

Ice skating with Wheel Chairs at Cottonwood Heights with Olympus High School Volunteers.
Tuesday, December 10 2013, 07:56 AM MST New Technology Helping Disabled Children (KUTV) A special fundraising event that began as an Eagle Scout project is helping rai… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/ice-skating-wheels/

Seeing with EagleEyes

Tyler Tilton is benefiting from the use of EagleEyes in his home.
Seeing with ‘Eagle Eyes’   Tyler Tilton is rewarded with a Star Wars video after focusing his eyes  on a spaceship target. This exercise is teaching him how to us… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/seeing-eagleeyes/

Mia's Makes a Wish

Mia of Redford receives an EagleEyes system form the make a wish foundation.
Make-A-Wish brings joy to Redford girl Written by M.B. Dillon Correspondent August 9,2013 Observer and Eccentric A Gannett Company Read the original story On July 17, a … http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/mias-makes-wish/

EagleEyes in Henderson Nevada

Tyler Tilton using EagleEyes eye controlled technology in Henderson Nevada.
Read the Newspaper article Here. http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-henderson-nevada/

EagleEyes in Iowa

EagleEyes used at Johnston Middle School in Iowa
Eagle Eyes at Johnston Middle School in Iowa http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-iowa/

EagleEyes in Ashton, Idaho

EagleEyes in Ashton, Idaho
Click here to watch the news story   Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2013 7:00 am JOYCE EDLEFSEN/ jedlefsen(at)uvsj.com ASHTON — A lot of caring, a little luck and advances… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-ashton-idaho/

Olympus High students help special-needs peers at Hartvigsen with assistive technology

Olympus High students help special-needs peers at Hartvigsen with assistive technology
EagleEyes » Electrodes track eye movement to control a computer mouse to play games and learn new skills. By Rinna Waddhany | Special to The Tribune First Published Mar 14 2013 02… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/olympus-high-students-help-special-needs-peers-hartvigsen/

Team of Advocates for Special Kids Technology E-Newsletter

Team of Advocates for Special Kids Technology E-Newsletter
EagleEyes was mentioned in the Team of Advocates for Special Kids Technology E-Newsletter. In this edition, I want to start by telling you about a wonderful piece of assistive … http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/team-advocates-special-kids-technology-e-newsletter/

Disabled Kincardine teen receives first EagleEyes system in Canada

Disabled Kincardine teen receives first EagleEyes system in Canada
Keith Creighton (R) of Kincardine gets some help from his sister, Katie, in using the EagleEyes system at Kincardine District Secondary School Tuesday afternoon Celebrating t… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/disabled-kincardine-teen-receives-first-eagleeyes-system-canada/

EagleEyes in Canada

EagleEyes in Canada
This story was featured on CTV London News Website. http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-canada/

Kincardine teen receives new technology to communicate

Kincardine teen receives new technology to communicate
Mike Hackett (L) of MTC Computers, Erin McDonald of Meridian Credit Union, and Linda Marak of Community Living of Kincardine and District, pose with Keith Creighton of Kincar… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/kincardine-teen-receives-new-technology-communicate/

EagleEyes on KUTV News

Debbie Inkley is interviewed about EagleEyes use in Utah Schools.
Watch an interview with Debbie Inkley, Executive Director of The Opportunity Foundation of America on KUTV news in Utah. http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/eagleeyes-on-kutv-news/

Alternative Acess: EagleEyes and Camera Mouse

An article from the Utah Special Educator Magazine, March 2012 edition.
Posted on March 03, 2012 on http://essentialeducator.org/?p=11996 Walk in most any class where computers are available and you will find students accessing them by scrolling an… http://opportunityfoundationofamerica.org/stories/stories/alternative-acess-eagleeyes-and-camera-mouse/

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