Get involved

Launch fabricATe in your community

Send a request to the DELAWARE fabricatesolution@udel.edu – subject line: “fabricATe in my community”.

Click here to see the DELAWARE fabricATe administrative forms and documents.

 

Find an AT solution

All VISITORS are welcome to click here and search the inspriATion stATion for an easy-to-make solution.

If you are a state of DELAWARE resident…

Click here to submit a solution request form or email fabricatesolution@udel.edu subject: “fabricATe solution”

Advocates may click here and use the fabricATe worksheet to assist a Delaware consumer with a request.

 

Become a Member

members include… crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, scientists, artists, and creative thinkers. A gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. fabricATe is a venue for designing, exploring and actualizing the use of no-tech/low-tech assistive tools for young children with disabilities.

Volunteer time to discuss, brainstorm and make assistive tools, write success stories, coordinate requests, acquire donations, and more…

If you are a state of DELAWARE resident…Click here to become a member

 

Donate to fabricATe

Ongoing donation requests from the DELAWARE fabricATe…

  • Access to or donation of hand tools – hammers, screw drivers, tape measures, pliers, non-stick scissor
  • Corrugated plastic (e.g., yard signs)
  • White and clear glue (Elmer’s preferred)
  • Plastic key cards

Send a note to the DELAWARE fabricATe “fabricatesolution@udel.edu” – subject line: “fabricATe donation”

 

Sign-up to receive updates

Send a request to the DELAWARE fabricATe “fabricatesolution@udel.edu” – subject line: “Add me to the fabricATe updates”

fabricATe is a volunteer initiative supported in part with funding from grant #H327L120010 awarded to the Center for Disabilities Studies, University of Delaware by the U.S. Department of Education, Technology and Media Services for Individuals with Disabilities program, Models Promoting young Children’s use of Assistive Technology priority. However, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government or the grant Project Officer.