We host workshops about Humanistic Co-design around the world and certify trainers who wish to lead workshops. During these workshops, we convene experts in tech and disability advocacy, a co-designer who lives with a disability, and students from American and Indian universities. Together, these intercultural and interdisciplinary teams engage in the humanistic co-design process to identify, document, and plan early-stage innovations in assistive technology. These workshops produce well-documented product plans that have been created with the active involvement of a person who has a disability and has offered guidance on the utility and design of the plan. Eventually, teams will be expected to produce well documented. The outcomes of these workshops are being catalogued on the Student Projects section of this site.