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Learning to advocate for yourself

is a long process,

but it's even more difficult when you have a

rare disease, chronic illness or invisible disability

IntroducingThe DayBeacon

The DayBeacon assistive technology encourages students with invisible conditions to strengthen their skills in navigating, communicating and advocating for themselves within the classroom, while also enabling teachers to provide a more personal and supportive approach


There are over 7 million US students with disabilities



Examples include, but not limited to: ADHD, Autism, Brain Injury, Autoimmune Disorders, Anxiety, Ehlers-Danlos, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Kleinfelter Syndrome


33% of them are learning disabilities



Only 10% of those students use equipment which makes their disability “visible”

Those students spend 80% of their school day in standard classrooms


A majority of students with invisible disabilities do not qualify for individual specialize services


Rare Disease, Chronic Illness & Invisible Disability in the Classroom

How It Works

Image by Olena Kamenetska


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Student presses button to alert teacher they need attention

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Classroom Lecture

The DayBeacon alerts teacher which students needs attention

Teacher and Pupil


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Student and teacher work together to resolve concerns

The DayBeacon collects data to help guardians and educators proactively support students


The DayBeacon assistive technology is still under development. 

We thank you for your patience, and if you would like more information on how it works, how it could help your child or how to get it in your classroom, please contact WearIt.

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