Remarkable first emerged in 2016 as the startup venture arm of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance with support from icare NSW, the Telstra Foundation and VivCourt. Since then, 32 startups have completed the program.
“There truly has never been a better time to harness the power of tech to drive inclusion and accessibility and we can’t wait to witness the achievements of our 2021 cohort.”
The program climaxes with the Demo Day on Tuesday, July 13, with the founders showcasing the plans for their startups.
If you’re keen to find out more, you can register for the Remarkable Demo Day here.
To give you a taste of what’s ahead, here are the startups in the Remarkable 2021 cohort.
Wearable & Co is an inclusive and adaptive everyday clothing range, designed for all abilities to enable everyone the opportunity to feel their best selves.
Speckles are experts in the field of children’s vision with fun and innovative products, including adjustable glasses for kids and eye patches kids want to wear, whilst providing education and support throughout your child’s vision journey.
Medistays is the leading Australian website assisting patients, carers and health care professionals to book hospital, NDIS accommodation and other accessible accommodation.
Humane helps people with disability and their carers manage their funding efficiently by saving time and enabling them to make better care decisions.
Cure Bionics creates 3D-printed and customizable bionic arms that enhance the human body with multi-grip functionality and empowering aesthetics for below-elbow amputee adults and children aged 8 and above with the aim to make it more accessible and cool-to-wear.
Spix App is a tool for gamers with impaired speech to support social connection and rich interaction in-game.
Theraplay.TV is a virtual program that builds the capacity of young people of all abilities as they play and interact with Yogacise, Ballet Fusion, Play Warrior, Pop n Lock’n, Cheer Club & TheraChill