At Elise Roy, we specialize in something called disruptive innovation. Looking to averages is no longer effective in the current economy. Instead, for an organization to succeed today, it must embrace extremes. When we look to people with disabilities, they help us uncover hidden needs and in the process, help us create the most innovative solutions.
We help both non-disability centric and disability centric clients identify pain points and opportunities to work with them to create solutions that are not only sustainable but effective. Below are a few examples of the questions we help our clients solve.
How can the European Commission collect statistics on access to public services in underdeveloped nations where governments do not traditionally collect those statistics?
How can we redesign communication technology for the deaf?
How can we improve community relations for the displaced deaf community in Haiti?