The brightest minds creating technology to change the lives of people with disability.
GET TO KNOW OUR STARTUPS
Bookbot empowers those with learning disabilities to become confident, independent learners through a reading assistant app.
Using predictive artificial intelligence to match the most relevant positions for each job seeker, particularly tackling the low employment rates for people with disability.
Bringing highly stimulating virtual reality experiences to empower anyone without the means to go outside with the ability to do so much more.
Made with carers for carers, Our Care Journal offers a way to organise everyday care needs, find services, communicate with others and arrange important information – all in one simple app.
A customised, modular torso and head support system that enables people with physical disability to participate in various recreational and rehabilitation activities.
AbleFinder is a global peer support network that lets parents caring for children with disability connect with, learn from, and support other parents just like them.
A certification, learning and support platform to help prevent drownings for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder / cognitive deficit.
An activity tracker for wheelchair users that assesses risk and monitors prescribed care plans in everyday life.
Umps Health empowers people to live independently at home. Our non-intrusive technology identifies declines in health, and raises an alert before an incident occurs.
A technology services firm that recognises the unique strengths of people on the autism spectrum.
Australia’s first accessible calendar designed by, and for, people with intellectual disability.
Mobile games and simulations to train and educate support workers for the disability sector.
An interactive auditory training and hearing assessment platform for hearing impaired recipients.
An accessible online platform connecting people with disabilities (or ill, injured or frail) with local ‘Heroes’ offering companionship and non-medical home care.
Gamified rehabilitation for people with disability or injured, using wearable technology.
A game designed to detect hearing loss in children, especially around the time they start school.
A journey planning platform built for people with an invisible disability wanting to use public transport.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A REMARKABLE INVESTOR?
We're building an investor network of people passionate about investing in startups that can generate social and financial returns.
With the accelerated rollout of one of the largest social reforms our country has ever seen – the National Disability Insurance Scheme – it’s an opportune time to consider investment in this growing sector.
If you’re interested in investing in one of our stellar start-ups, please contact Pete Horsley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT TYPE OF INVESTORS ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
Do you want to invest from $5-100K in a startup? We provide options for angels to invest both during the accelerator program and at the final Demo Day.
Do you want to generate a measurable social benefit as well as a financial return? We will provide an info session midway through the program to meet the teams and then at the final Demo Day.
Are you a VC interested in inclusive startups? We will provide an info session midway through the program to meet the teams and then at the final Demo Day.
Are you a company that would like to invest in inclusive startups? We will would love to meet with you personally to discuss the opportunities to do so, including side-car and matched funding.
Are you a philanthropic investor? We would love to connect you with the startups to see if there is a funding and mission alignment.