Co-Design: A Contemporary Path to Innovation and Entrepreneurship for People with Disabilities
Co-design is a 21st century-relevant, collective intelligence process to generate solutions to problems that ultimately result in innovation in service and products. It is often the preliminary step to entrepreneurship, creating economic leadership opportunity for individuals with disabilities that would not be possible through more traditional means of employment. This poster details the theory and process of a co-design model that can be implemented throughout the AUCD network.
Gilson, S. F. & DePoy, E. (2016, December). Co-Design: A contemporary path to innovation and entrepreneurship for people with disabilities. Peer-reviewed poster presentation at the 2016 Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) Conference, Washington, DC.