Use this product with students who can use a handheld wand or mouthstick to point, but are unable to exert much force. The Magic Wand Keyboard is a miniature computer keyboard, with a built-in mouse, that allows users to fully access any computer. It is designed to be used with little or no hand movement and works with the lightest touch of a wand (either hand-held or mouthstick). Use this product with students who have no strength and little or no hand/arm movement, but who have some fine motor control.
Use this tool with students who cannot use a standard mouse, but are able to reliably control movement of their feet. The Savant Foot Switch is programmed to perform mouse clicks. Three foot pedals offer left button mouse clicks, right click and scrolling. Savant Foot Swtich comes in 1,2,or 3 pedal additions.
Use this tool for students who have difficulty controlling a mouse, but are able to point with reliable accuracy. The Smart Cat is a desktop touchpad/pointing device that functions in much the same way as a standard mouse; users can use one-touch scrolling, double-click, etc. Features distinctive sounds for each operation.
Use this large key keyboard with students who have difficulty making discrete movements or who have visual impairments. BigKeys Keyboard is the size of a standard keyboard with 1” square keys, 4 times larger than a standard key. A switch allows the user to choose the keyboard layout that best fits their needs, QWERTY or ABC.
The BIGtrack has a 3 inch trackball which may require less fine motor control than a standard trackball. It has a left and a right mouse click button located behind the trackball to avoid unwanted mouse clicks. The BIGtrack also allows for 2nd Mouse Connection both the BIGtrack and a second mouse can be connected allowing simultaneous participation. The BIGtrack is is also available in a switch adapted version.
Use this product with students who have use of one hand and are able to remember combinations of keys. The BAT Keyboard is a one-handed input device that replicates all the functions of a full-size keyboard. Letters, numbers, commands and macros are entered using key combinations, or "chords".
The Switch-Adapted optical mouse is a standard mouse with two standard 1/8" plugs for two switches. Its left and right mouse clicks have been adapted so that you can use a switch for activation.
Use this switch with students who can control movement and access a smaller target area (2 ½ inch activation surface). Switch also provides tactile and audible feedback.
The Tracker Pro is a head pointing device using a camera to recognize head movement. It operates from the USB port of a computer or compatible AAC device Use the Tracker Pro to give mouse control to students with Quadriplegia, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, ALS, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and any other disability where the user has little or no control of their hands to use a standard mouse.
The Eyegaze Edge systems allow users to do a number of things with their eyes that they would otherwise do with their hands or voice (ex: typing documents, speaking/conversing with others, browsing the Internet, etc.).