Welcome to the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities
The Institute was established in 2001 by the Board of Regents of the University of Colorado System. Its establishment was made possible by a generous endowment from William (Bill) and Claudia Coleman. Our mission is to catalyze and integrate advances in science, engineering, and technology to promote the quality of life and independent living of people with cognitive disabilities. The Institute is actively engaged in supporting research, development, dissemination, and education in cognitive disabilities on all campuses of the University of Colorado: in Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, and at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. We are committed to providing scientific, technological, and public policy leadership to strengthen the voice of persons with cognitive disabilities and their families in our society.
Bill Coleman has posted the fouteenth in an ongoing series of commentaries on The Declaration.
Renee Pietrangelo has posted the thirteenth in an ongoing series of commentaries on The Declaration.
Dan Davies has posted the twelfth in an ongoing series of commentaries on The Declaration.
Peter Blanck has posted the eleventh in an ongoing series of commentaries on The Declaration.
Mary Kay Rizzolo has posted the tenth in an ongoing series of commentaries on The Declaration.
JFK Partners 50th Anniversary April 17-18, 2015, Denver, CO
ANCOR Conference May 3-5, 2015, Arlington, VA
Sibling Leadership Conference May 30-31, 2015, Louisville, KY
AAIDD Annual Meeting June 1-4, 2015, Louisville, KY
RESNA June 10-14, 2015, Denver, CO
Global Summit on Innovations in Health and IDD July 27-29, 2015 Los Angeles, CA
Jeffery Hoehl is a doctoral student in computer science at the University of Colorado Boulder and a Coleman Institute graduate research fellow. His research is focused on inclusive design for the web and understanding how combining technology from existing online communities into the design of novel web applications can improve the usability and usefulness for all users, especially those with cognitive disabilities. He has worked as a software engineering intern at Google to improve the accessibility and usability of cloud-based applications including gmail. Previously, he developed web solutions for the Department of Defense, federal government clients, the hospitality industry, and client-based solutions for the biotechnology industry. Hoehl holds a MS and BS in computer science and a BA in psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder.
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