Our Toddler Cane team
We are a group of committed orientation and mobility and engineering professionals from The City University of New York (CUNY). The amazing group of biomedical engineers work seamlessly together at Shames Professor of Biomedical Engineering Marom Bikson's neural labs located at the Center for Discovery and Innovation on the City University of New York campus.
Dr. Ambrose-Zaken is project coordinator of and instructor for the graduate program of orientation and mobility at Hunter College of CUNY. She does the outreach to professionals and families, conducts outcomes research, and coordinates belt cane adoption and usage activities.
Our diversity brings a wealth of energy, enthusiasm and brain power to the process of promoting, building and shipping these one-of-a kind canes around the world. Toddlers who are mobility visually impaired or blind and who wear their belt canes can stop being afraid of walking and start feeling confident enough to explore independently.
Director of Orientation and Mobility