About Assistology, LLC

We provide Assistive Technology (AT), Rehab Engineering and Universal Design consultation services to help individuals reach their goals and help businesses increase their ability to create inclusive spaces, services, products and practices.

Working with children and adults with disabilities, as well as the organizations that serve them. We work in collaboration with area professionals and partner organizations to ensure accessible opportunities for our Community.  Through providing AT solutions and systems we are helping clients of all ages and in all types of environments gain unrestricted access to educational, vocational, recreational, home, and community activities.

Assistology is a City of Omaha Certified Tier II SEB. Search here to see our certified categories.

Vision Statement

To change the way people access their world, resulting in more inclusive communities.

Mission Statement

We recognize unique challenges faced by people in our community.

Through innovation and community partnerships, we develop and provide impactful Assistive Technology and Rehab Engineering Services that improve quality of life and develop environments without barriers. How better to open doors for individuals and businesses to have unrestricted access to educational, recreational, vocational, home, and community activities.

Core Values

  • Outside-the-box innovation
  • Quality of services and products
  • Thought Leaders
  • Customer Focused
  • Community Centered

Assistology is dedicated to:

  • Always providing products and services that improve quality of life.
  • Removing barriers allowing individuals to have unrestricted access to educational, recreational, vocational, home, and community activities.
  • Advancing access to assistive technology through engagement in meaningful collaborations and strategic partnerships.
  • Advancing our vision of being a thought leader in the areas of AT services and new product development.

“Working with Meaghan was definitely worth it. From the beginning, she expertly understood my unique vision of the “Empowering All” project. She worked with me a writing the grant, which was awarded.

Meaghan has a needs-centered approach. She carefully studied the unique issues of adaptive cooking, food safety and nutrition related to ID individuals living in group homes. Then she tailored the classes around the specific needs of the residential and day programs at Vodec. I know individuals at Vodec will have healthier outcomes because of her work with us.

Staff response was overwhelming and positive. I am excited for our next project with Meaghan!”

-Daryn D Richardson, Services Development Director, Vodec

Empowering All – To Be Their Best Self!

“Meaghan is an extremely valuable resource on anything Assistive Technology, Rehab Engineering, and Universal Design.  I work in education and Meaghan has partnered with me on a number of impactful and meaningful learning experiences for the students I work with.  We have worked on a GoBabyGo project with a group of high school students and modified a power wheel car for a toddler with a mobility limitation.  We have also begun the planning stages for a summer camp to expose students to the world of Assistive Technology, Rehab Engineering, and Universal Design.  No matter how crazy the idea is, Meaghan is always on board to bring to light the importance of inclusion and inclusive environments for all. “

~Greg Schwanke, ESU #3 Makerspace & Innovation Lab (EMIL) Coordinator

Educational Partner for Enhanced Student Learning