Adaptive Switch Laboratories (ASL), a division of Invacare Corporation, has been awarded the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) Leadership Award, according to a news release.

The RESNA Leadership Award recognizes an agency, company, association, or university for its significant contributions to the advancement of the field of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering. ASL designs products – including driver controls, electronic switches, headrests, and other products for daily living – specifically for those who cannot access their environment through conventional means.

Back row (left to right): Trey Cozby – Senior Buyer; Codie Ealey – Office Manager; Chris Moses – Production Manager; Susan Summey – Production: Brendon Rotelli – Production
Front Row (left to right): Joe Cervantez – Technical Specialist; Lisa Rotelli – Director; James Pham – Engineer
Not Pictured: Byron Guisbert – Education Coordinator; Michele Bishop – Clinical Educator (photo courtesy of Invacare Corp)

“It is truly an honor to receive this recognition from RESNA, an organization that at its core shares our ideology. At Adaptive Switch Laboratories, our mission is to make everyday life easier through technology. The award reinforces our staff’s important work and we remain steadfast in providing independence and equal rights for those we work with.”

— Lisa Rotelli, director at ASL

“I am pleased that ASL has been recognized by our peers as a leader in leveraging technology to make meaningful improvements in the lives of those with disabilities. The entire ASL team contributes to our powerful innovation culture and should be proud of the leadership they provide, both to the industry and our end users.”

— Joost Beltman, Invacare’s senior vice president and general manager, North America

[Source: Invacare]

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