Innovative Solutions for People        Living With Physical Disabilities

Innovative Solutions for People
       Living With Physical Disabilities

Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest.

Currently, there are no job opportunities available. Please check back as we do update this periodically. 

Volunteer Opportunities

Member of the Board of Directors

Envisioning Access (EA) offers innovative solutions through new technologies that provide opportunities to adults with disabilities to gain independence to live life as they choose. Originally known as Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers, the Boston-based organization was founded in 1979 to raise and train capuchin monkeys to administer daily in-home assistance to people with physical disabilities. Today, through our Innovative Technology Initiative (ITI), we utilize augmented/virtual/assistive reality, and robotic technologies to enhance our clients’ quality of life. Our pilot projects involve our recipients who are expertly advising companies and researchers developing virtual/augmented/assistive reality, AI, and robotics technologies as real-world solutions that provide access to employment, educational, health, and socialization opportunities for people living with disabilities.

We are looking for those who understand and/or are open to learning technologies such as robotics, virtual and augmented reality, and artificial intelligence. Connections in the technology world, those living with disabilities, and anyone interested in joining a board of those committed to providing enhanced quality of life and opportunities for individuals, caregivers, and communities living with physical challenges please reach out. We are also looking for those who are willing to use their network to help us fundraise.

For more information, please email Executive Director Diane Nahabedian.

Special Events/Development Committee Members

Envisioning Access, formerly Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers, is actively seeking candidates interested in organizing special events and assisting in fundraising to work alongside senior staff, volunteers, and board members on our Special Events/Development Committee.

Specifically, we are looking for people who have fundraising, marketing, and/or event planning skills and are willing to reach out to introduce us to potential donors/funders or sponsors for events.

If interested, please contact us.