We Hear You is a multi-faceted startup company that is finding new, innovative solutions to problems that have impacted many individuals for far too long.
We Hear You® recognized a lack of accessibility-focused technology for those who need it most. We think complacency is unacceptable. So we chose to act.
Remotely open accessible doors with the simple push of a button.
Push aims to address a problem many individuals face when moving through the world with mobility exceptionalities.
This product also helps individuals cognizant of germs, living a busy life, or whatever the circumstance.
The We Hear You® American Sign Language (ASL) Translator has the capability to turn hand signs into written text and speech as well as turn written or spoken English back into ASL.
This will help to remove the communication barrier for many who use ASL at coffee shops, grocery stores, concert venues, among many other places.
The goal is to not replace interpreters but to act as an alternative in places where interpreters are not ADA compliant required.
Carden: The Wheelchair Warrior is a children’s book with the goal to gain accessibility awareness and inclusivity.
The book has been written by Pierre Paul, CEO of We Hear You & was inspired by Carden Wycoff, an accessibility consultant for We Hear You, who uses the alias “Carden: The Wheelchair Warrior” as an accessibility advocate for justice.
This book tells a story of a young girl just trying to fit in on her first day of school.
When people ask why it is what we do, we simply respond, “We Hear You®”.