Inglis’ New $3.2M Innovation Center Includes R&D for Adaptive Tech

Inglis, a nonprofit serving for adults with disabilities in the region, officially opened a $3.2 million tech and innovation center for its clients and to further develop accessibility technology on Dec. 17.

The organization based on Belmont Avenue near Bala Cynwyd has opened a second campus: The 15,000-square-foot Inglis Innovation Center, which serves as a home base to all of the org’s community-based programing, President and CEO Dyann Roth said.

“Inglis hasn’t just invested in a new building, we’ve invested in lifechanging technology, community and people,” Roth said in a statement. “We knew that to achieve our visions, we had to be all in, and that meant structuring this fully integrated resource that does a deep dive into serving the diverse types and levels of needs for individuals with disabilities living in the community — all under one roof — in the community,” she said.


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