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COMMUNICATIONS

  1. COMPUTER TRAY    to mount a laptop computer on a standard wheelchair.
  2. FLOAT BOARD COMMUNICATOR  to communicate by symbols when in the pool.
  3. HEAD STICK a device to allow him to use his computer, telephone and TV, turn pages, open doors
  4. PEN GRIP to be able to hold a pen
  5. LIGHT BOX    to provide a  even source of backlight for a child whose sight  was deteriorating rapidly
  6. MULTISWITCH  to provide a series of switches for a person with  only spastic motor control .
  7. PRESSURE SWITCH   an inexpensive, simple, sturdy, dependable pressure switch  (less than $3).
  8. ADAPTED REMOTE SWITCH  1 to make a small remote usable for those with limited fine motor control
  9. ADAPTED REMOTE SWITCH 2 to make a small remote usable for those with limited fine motor control
  10. READER 1   to hold a book open ( and turn pages).  in front of a reader suffering weakness of the hands.  
  11. READER 2  to hold a book in view for a bed-ridden invalid with weakness in the arms and hands.
  12. READER 3  to hold a book in view for a wheelchair bound person with weakness in the arms and hands
  13. SIGNAL GLOVE to indicate directions for those with very little mobility
  14. TELEPHONE   To allow a weak bed-ridden patient to use a phone.
  15. TEACHING AID (MULTISWITCH)   a device for early cognitive training.
  16. VERTICAL TRAY  to raise objects into the line of vision 
  17. TV CONTROLLER 1   to change tv channels with only minimal movement of the head.
  18. TV CONTROLLER 2   to use a TV controller without use of hands
  19. TV CONTROLLER 3  to operate a TV with very limited motion.
  20. TYPEWRITER     to provide the opertunity to type for a patient confined to bed.
  21. WRIST TALKER to allow someone to make a statement with a simple touch 
  22. YES/NO TALKER to allow a yes and no sound with simple wrist movement

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