E-TRAN FRAME is designed for individuals with limited communication secondary to vocal cord damage, swallowing difficulties, tracheotomy, stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), motor neuron disease (MND), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Rett syndrome, dyspraxia, Parkinson’s disease, or people with general communication difficulties. Individuals communicate by using eye-pointing to spell out what they want. It is a communication board in which letters, symbols, or pictures can be used. The E-Tran
Eye Gaze Flip Frame is designed for use by individuals with a diagnosis of quadriplegia, Rett Syndrome, cerebral palsy, ALS, stroke or who use a ventilator for respiratory support. It is ideal for functional communication with family and caregivers. This Eye Gaze Flip Frame gives users with limited head movement the ability to express their care needs. It is ideal for assessing if the user is a candidate for a high tech eye gaze device or as a back-up communication method.
The Liberator E-Tran Frame is a portable no-tech communication solution designed for use by individuals with limited communication secondary to vocal cord damage, swallowing difficulties, tracheotomy, stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), motor neuron disease (MND), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Rett syndrome, dyspraxia, Parkinson’s disease, or people with general communication difficulties. It is ideal for people who have reasonably good eye pointing skills. The frame is a rectangular sheet
Look to Learn is a software package with 40 eye gaze or head mouse activities designed for people starting out with eye gaze or head mouse technology as a result of cerebral palsy, stroke, or traumatic brain injury. Each activity develops a different skill, ranging from early cause and effect through to accurate eye gaze or head mouse control.
The E-Tran is an eye gaze communication board designed for use with individuals with communication and speech disabilities. Constructed of transparent Lexan, this small and portable board is the size of a piece of letter sized paper, and can fit into a day planner, note book, binder, briefcase, or backpack. Letters or pictures can be placed on the board, and it is placed between two people who want to have a conversation with the letters or pictures facing the person with disabilities. This comm
The Safe-Laser System provides a way to communicate with medical providers and family, use computing devices, or control one's surrounding environment with an eye-safe laser pointer and keyboard. The latest edition of the Safe-Laser System includes a Bluetooth wireless interface.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To allow children or adults who are not able to verbally express a want or need use their direct stare to make a selection with the help of an eyegaze frame.