Cosmo's Play and Learn™ software is a family of educational and computer games that aim to entertain children of developmental ages 2-to-8 years and teach math skills. This developmentally appropriate software was created by a team of educators; physical, occupational, and speech-language therapists; and assistive technology practitioners.
CrossScanner is a universal way to run software using 1 or 2 switch(es). With the switch(es) plugged into a switch interface, the user is able to perform mouse moves and clicks, double clicks, drags, operate menus and even enter text (with optional OnScreen keyboard). All operation is supervisor-controllable to fine tune CrossScanner to the needs of the user.
Breeze is a USB sip/puff switch in a compact package. It connects directly to standard USB ports on computers, laptops and AAC devices and provides hardware emulation of mouse buttons or joystick functions. For special applications, sensitivity is selectable and dynamic pressure readings can be directly accessed through the USB interface. The integrated pneumatic port connects directly to a range of available user interface options including Headset and Gooseneck.
Compass software is a functional assessment tool for clinical, educational, and vocational professionals who perform computer access and augmentative communication evaluations. Using eight skill tests in three input device domains (pointing, text entry, and switch use), Compass records data on the speed and accuracy of user actions and generates a summary report. Can be used to evaluate keyboard and mouse use, navigation through menus, and switch use.
The Footime Foot Mouse is a mouse and programmable keypad controlled by a user's feet. Users control cursor movement using a slipper-shaped foot pedal. Foot pedals can be defined for any key or key combination. May be helpful for users suffering from hand and wrist stress, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, hand injuries, or other physical impairments that limit the use of hands and arms.
Frogpad is a one-handed portable keyboard allowing users to access computers, PDAs, mobile phones and other devices. Use this device with users who need an alternative keyboard and are capable of using one hand to type.
The SAM Trackball allows users to plug switches into SAM, using the switch input to replace the typical mouse button function (click, double click). The SAM Trackball Operates all special needs software that can be operated by a mouse click or simple keystroke(s). Students can also work with a partner to access general software; the switch user controls the click while the partner controls the movement of the track ball. Use this device with students who have gross motor skills.
Use the cloze technique to explore topics of syntax, vocabulary, and comprehension on vocabulary you add to the reading activity. This program allows you to control which words are masked. Can be used on screen or printed as worksheets. Software is switch compatible.
Use this foot pedal for students who often need to enter the same series of keys, or to replace the functionality of a standard mouse. Users can program the X-Keys to replace any repetitive keystrokes or mouse clicks with the action of their foot (enter, tab, shift, ctrl, alt, etc.). Foot pedals can also be programmed with key combinations like Copy (Ctrl+C), Paste (Ctrl+V), Save (Ctrl+S), and Next Program (Alt+Tab) or with standard mouse control functions (right click, left click, etc.).
The TouchFree Switch pairs a video camera with switch software, allowing users to trigger mouse clicks without applying pressure. The digital camera can be tailored to recognize almost any movement as a mouse click and can be positioned wherever it's needed. This product may be appropriate for those with motor disabilities, body stress, fatigue, negative reflex, and those doing range-of-motion exercises.