Amanda sat down with our AAC Consultant Wyatt Franken and learned how to control lights, TV and more using her eyes! She also visited the home of a wonderful family we've had the privilege of working with for the past few years. The Elser's 16-year old Kylie (diagnosed with Rett syndrome) uses the eyespeak communication system to communicate at home and school using her eyes!
An ECU (Environmental Control Unit) included on a speech device can allow those with limited physical control to not only communicate, but also use their home electronics more independently.
A motivating and fun way to get started with eye gaze technology. With over 40 specially created activities, Look to Learn is a motivating and fun way to get started with eye gaze technology. Every activity has been developed in consultation with teachers and therapists to improve access and choice making skills. Download the free trial 40 activities address 5...
Scenes and Sounds add-on for Look to Learn 26 new activities for learning eye gaze control and access. Look to Learn: Scenes and Sounds A collection of 26 activities designed for children and adults starting out with eye gaze. Available as an expansion pack for Look to Learn, this software focuses on interactive scenes, music and sound as well as...
The all new APPlicator is a Bluetooth Switch Interface that has been specifically designed for the AT Market. Careful consideration of the needs of switch users has resulted in a device that provides both ease of use and great functionality in one single unit. Access your (switch accessible) Apps** with up to 4 switches or with a "tap" of a button...
Quha Zono adjustable Baseball Cap is a comfortable and stylish way to wear the Quha Zono mouse (sold separately).
Color: WhiteSize: One Size (adjustable)
Quha Zono Universal Clip
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