The ASL Egg Switch, model ASL300, is a mechanical button switch designed for use by individuals with cerebral palsy or neurological or upper extremity disabilities. This brightly- colored oval-shaped switch features a seal that prevents liquid or food spillage from entering the switch and interfering with its operation. The base of the switch has screw insets for secure mounting. Each switch comes with a colored cover and a mono port. OPTIONS: Arm rest switch mounting bracket (model ASL 611); fi
The ASL Egg Switch Finger Ring Mount, model ASL300R, is switch mounting hardware designed for use by individuals with cerebral palsy or neurological or upper extremity disabilities. This mount for the ASL 300 Egg Switch (not included; see separate entry) holds the Egg Switch near the user's finger. Screws for the switch are included. OPTIONS: Egg switch (model ASL 300).
The ASL Microlight Switch, model ASL312, is a chin or finger switch designed for use by individuals with neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This mechanical switch can be activated with an extremely light touch by a finger, chin, or other body part. The switch has a mono port and can be used for computer access or for wheelchair control for all power chair types.
The Finger Switch, model 717, is a wearable finger switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This switch is worn like a ring; the relative position of the switch to a mobile finger that controls the switch can be precisely set and maintained. A Velcro strip is included to allow the switch to be mounted to an arm or leg. DIMENSIONS: 1.5 x 0.5 inches. The Velcro strip is 18 inches long. WEIGHT: 1 ounce.
The Fuzzy Friends & Switches Kit, model 4064, is a set of switch operated plush toys and touch and finger switches designed for use by children with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This kit includes five different plush toys along with five different switches (all also sold separately). The switches can be used to work on specific goals. Switch activation causes the animals to walk, talk, and/or make animal sounds. The set includes: Pretty Kitten, Flopp
The Pass Panic Alarm Signaling Switch is a call signal designed for use by seniors or individuals with neurological, mobility, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device is designed to be installed where people need to signal for help or assistance. It consists of a press-at-any-point switch strip that can be operated by the touch of a finger, hand, elbow or arm. This switch can be used in hospitals, residential care facilities or public buildings.