Inclusive Manufacturing Advances Society
University students manufacture devices to help people with disabilities. The world is filled with people willing to help others in need and Joseph Mollendrof has made this a way of life.
A Purposeful Life
David Johnson is a stroke survivor. Through a Minnesota Vocational Rehabilitation Services counselor, Johnson found a job and a new purpose in life through manufacturing.
The Power of Design
Professor Frankie Flood uses 3D printing to help children. 3D printing has allowed him to change what would otherwise be seen as a disability into a positive attribute.
Empowering Workers With Handicaps
Inclusive Manufacturing Can Improve Productivity
“When you consider the fact that there are talent shortages and at the same time there are people with disabilities who are underemployed, it seems logical that employing these individuals would be a win-win…there is a need for organizations to broaden and diversify the pool of individuals that they’re hiring.”