19 March 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Monaghan health tech company Avail Support has been acquired by leading US software company, CentralReach. Avail Support has developed avail, an award-winning digital platform that helps individuals — including those with autism, Down Syndrome, brain injuries and other cognitive disabilities — to learn the skills needed to live more independent lives across all domains.

The company’s main market is the US and its software is being used by health providers, schools and workplaces like TJ Maxx across the US to provide evidencebased personalised learning plans, assessments and progress reports to empower individuals with various neurodiverse disabilities, through the use of smart devices. An Enterprise Ireland company, Avail Support is based in Monaghan and will continue to operate out of its Irish office with founder Lisa Marie Clinton at its helm.

The price of the acquisition has not been disclosed. Lisa Marie Clinton set up the company in 2015 and launched in 2017 after her professional experience and research revealed that by using digital prompting and the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis, she could help those with disabilities learn new lifechanging skills. She has since won Best Start Up in Monaghan in the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur awards and was Regional Winner representing Monaghan at …

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