CH Resident Helps Children with Disabilities Communicate

Posted on 05/31/2018

Debbie Inkley, a Cottonwood Heights resident for more than 15 years, has devoted her life’s work to help improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.

Inkley is the founder of the Opportunity Foundation of America (OFOA), a non-profit organization that implements the cutting edge “EagleEyes” technology that allows people who are totally locked in their bodies to recreate, educate and communicate via eye movement.

Inkley has dedicated most of her adult life to helping people with disabilities function through technology and training. OFOA is currently recruiting high school students to help facilitate the EagleEyes technology, so they can teach children with disabilities how to use it.

For more information on OFOA or how you can help, call 801-231-6691 or go to www.ofoa.net.