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Articulating Arm (Model H-1)

The Articulating Arm is switch mounting hardware designed to enable control switches and communicators to be placed in virtually any position for individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. The adjustable arm attaches to a table, wheelchair, bed rail, etc. Three knobs permit adjustability and lock the unit in position.

Keyread (Models Sm-22 & Sw-22)

KeyRead is a screen reader program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Tailored to users who may be new to the computer, this reader is controlled by the standard keyboard arrow keys and echoes each keystroke. This system works with most applications, including word processors and web browsers and offers selective reading of the screen and menus. COMPATIBILITY: Model SM-22 is for use on Macintosh computers and model SW-22 is for use on IBM and compatible computers e

Braille & Tactile Overlays For Intellikeys (Model H-38)

Braille & Tactile Overlays for Intellikeys, model H-38, are braille keytop overlays designed to enable children who are blind to access Intellikeys (not included; see entry). The set includes two sets of the six standard Intellikeys overlays in tactile format, with one set in Grade One Braille and one set in raised large print. Each overlay is bar coded for communication with Intellikeys, so no additional sending software is required.

My First Keyboard (Models Hpc-35)

My First Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by children with fine motor disabilities. This flat membrane keyboard features a fixed ABC layout, works with most standard software, and includes a Y connector so the keyboard can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible or Macintosh computers. OPTIONS: USB adapter.

Big Baby Button, The

The BIG Baby Button is a switch interface designed for use by babies and children with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. This large button-style switch has a built-in switch interface to enable use of a computer with the switch. The large switch surface requires only a light touch for activation. COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use with IBM and compatible computers with serial or USB ports or for Macintosh computers with an ADB port. Also available is a cordless version for

Biggy

Biggy is a cursor control interface designed to enlarge cursors on the computer screen for people with visual or cognitive disabilities. This program offers a variety of large cursor alternatives, some with animation, that are at least twice the size of the standard cursor. The program also offers replacements for the I-beam cursor and the wait cursor (the watch on Macintosh computers and the hourglass in Windows). Both versions also have an option that automatically "snaps" the cursor to the "O

Smartclick

SmartClick is a mouse emulator program designed to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities to perform mouse button functions. This utility program enables users who can utilize a pointing device but not click buttons, or who can click only one button or switch, to perform mouse button functions. The program utilizes a dwell principle to enable users to select the desired mouse function (e.g., double click, drag, etc.) from a floating toolbar that is accessible within any program. Th

Wheels!

Wheels! is a video game designed for use by children with cognitive, sensory, or motor disabilities. This game can be played as a game or it can be used to teach wheelchair control skills. This three-dimensional video game has players fight evil clowns and mad robots with pie guns that "cream" the monsters with lemon meringue pies; the monsters fight back with pie guns that fire blueberry pies. The game uses easy-to-follow mazes set in a familiar school setting with familiar objects. Each maze o

2+2

2+2 is a math skills training system designed for use with children with low vision or cognitive disabilities. This program focuses on early arithmetic problems and uses an errorless learning method. The program features both drill and test modes and are designed to enable the instructor to enter vertical or horizontal problems for drilling and testing. This program can be accessed using the standard keyboard, IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry), or a single switch (not included). COM

Spell-A-Word

Spell-A-Word is a spelling tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or cognitive disabilities. This program focuses on identification, spelling, and word recognition and uses an errorless learning method. The program features both drill and test modes and is designed to enable the instructor to enter lists of spelling words/phrases for drilling and testing. This program can be accessed using the standard keyboard, IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry), or a singl

Literacy Pack

The Literacy Pack is a set of access and literacy items, including a keyboard interface, a voice output word processor program, and a spelling tutorial program, designed for use by individuals with cognitive, visual, and upper extremity disabilities. This package includes IntelliKeys and IntelliTalk (see separate entries) by IntelliTools and Spell-A-Word (see separate entry). COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use with Macintosh computers or IBM and compatible computers equipped with Wind

Turn-Talking

Turn-Talking is a behavior training program designed to teach conversational skills to children with cognitive disabilities. This program takes children on a guided tour of taking turns to talk. A supervisor writes a script and has people close in age to the user record the user's phrases and then the program conducts the converstion. By enabling users to write scripts, record phrases, and import pictures, the program can be customized. The program also includes pictures that can be used. This p

Wakershaker

The WakerShaker is a control switch training program designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. Designed to teach cause and effect and switch use, the device is a switch-modified vibrational device (massager) and is designed to operate with any single switch (not included).

101 Animations

101 Animations is a cause and effect training program designed for use with children with cognitive and upper extremity disabilities. This simple activity causes a loud, large animation (non-age-specific cartoon) on the computer screen with every switch activation. This program includes 101 animations. This program can be accessed with Mouseclick (see separate entry), a touch screen, a single switch, or the standard keyboard space bar. COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use on Macintosh c

Radsounds

RadSounds is a cause and effect training program designed for use with children and teens with cognitive or upper extremity disabilities. This program causes break dancing and music to be played with switch activations. The program comes with a variety of songs and allows the user to record his or her own songs. The program features three modes to allow cause and effect to be targeted or to enable the user to be the disc jockey. This program can be accessed with a single switch, Mouseclick (see

Undercover Buddy Button

The Undercover Buddy Button is a buttonswitch designed for use by children with upper extremity disabilities. Similar in design to the Buddy Button (see separate entry), the Undercover Buddy comes with a sheet of colorful, removable and reusable stickers that enable the user to change the switch's appearance whenever the mood strikes. This switch has a slight indent on its surface to accept the round stickers. DIMENSIONS: The stickers are 1.5 inches in diameter. COLOR: The switch surface is yell

Find The Buttons

Find the Buttons is a computer instruction program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This audible button program teaches users about the computer graphical user interface (GUI) by providing audible feedback for the movements of the mouse. The program offers ten sizable and movable on-screen buttons, each of which has its own individual audible tone. As the user leaves a button, another sound is heard. When the mouse is in the margin where there are no buttons, a d

Onscreen

OnScreen, formerly called My-T-Soft AT, is an on screen keyboard and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The program provides a virtual onscreen keyboard interface with a total of 206 U.S. and international keyboards, including a standard QWERTY layout, an alphabetic "ABC" keyboard, and Dvorak layouts. The edit panel and the numeric keypad are available as separate panels. The "heads-up" display enables the user to keep his or

Sam (Switch-Adapted Mouse) Trackball

SAM is designed to provide adapted computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These modified pointing devices are designed for both "Adaptive" and "Non-Adaptive" software applications. The switch is a substitute for the track ball and can be operated with various parts of the body, such as hands, feet, knees, elbows, head, etc. It serves as a switch interface for special software "looking" for the mouse-click as single switch; and allows cooperative control of conventiona

Point To Pictures

Point to Pictures is a symbolic communicator language tutorial program designed to help persons with communication disorders to learn about and use language. The program starts at the cause and effect level (Communication mode) with items to motivate and help a learner to use pictures as communication symbols, and progresses to matching an identifying pictures (Training mode), within a context such as a mall or home. OPTIONS: The program may also operate battery-operated toys and electrical appl

Joystick (& Mouse) Trainer

The Joystick (& Mouse) Trainer is a wheelchair control switch assessment program designed to enable users to learn the skills necessary to operate a powered wheelchair without the risks associated with operating the chair itself. This program begins at a very early motor and cognitive level with simple exploratory activities for gross movement and cognitive awareness, moves through initial proportional path-oriented tasks, and graduates to maze games for fine control. As the user's skill le

Magic Arm Mounting System (Model 1631)

The Magic Arm Mounting System is mounting hardware for control switches to be placed in virtually any position for individuals with physical disabilities. The adjustable arm attaches to a table or wheelchair by means of a one-piece base clamp. The arm can be further adjusted by flipping the lever at the joint of the arm, moving the arm into the desired position, and then flipping the lever back to lock it in place. The Magic Arm Mounting System comes with threaded circular and rectangular platfo

Teenage Switch Progressions

Teenage Switch Progressions is a control switch training program designed for use by teenagers with upper extremity disabilities. This program includes five simulation activities designed for those making the transition from randomly activating a single switch to activating a switch with specific timing. The skills taught include cause and effect (level 0) and attending to extended tasks (level 1), following directions (level 2), and responding to visual or auditory computer information (levels

Children's Switch Progressions

Children's Switch Progressions (formerly R.J.'s Switch Progressions) is a control switch training program designed for use by children with upper extremity and cognitive disabilities. This program offers seven activities for training in the use of single switches (or a touch screen). The activities progress from requiring that a switch be activated randomly to requiring that the switch be activated at specifically timed intervals. Skills developed include understanding cause/effect and attending

Early & Advanced Switch Games

Early and Advanced Switch Games is a control switch training program designed to provide training in the use of single switches for children with upper extremity disabilities. This program includes 19 games and activities ranging from cause and effect through following directions and matching, and up to using the switch to make a funny face and print it out. Examples of games included are Noises, which provides instant positive reinforcement on switch activation; Build-A-Scene, which adds a part

H-56 Ipad Ultimate Ii Case

The H-56 iPad Ultimate II Case is a tablet computer protector designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities who use an Apple iPad. The case uses a special foam and is resistant to damage. The handle is foldable and can be attached to the case by rivets. A shoulder strap (included) or a stand can also be attached to the case by removing the handle. A screen protector is also included with the product. COMPATIBILITY: For use with the Apple iPad 2, 3 or

H-91 Ipad Mini Ultimate Ii Case

The H-91 iPad Mini Ultimate II Case is a tablet computer protector designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities who use an Apple iPad. The case is made of rigid foam, protecting all sides and edges. The thick front protects the iPad screen by not letting it touch the ground if dropped. The handle can be folded down to act as a stand, or it can be removed to mount the case to a holder. A strap can also be attached to the case. COMPATIBILITY: For use w

H-50 Ipad Mini Leather Carry Case

The H-50 iPad Mini Leather Carry Case is a tablet computer protector designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities who use an Apple iPad Mini. The case features two Super-Velcro strips which hold the cover to the case while being carried. A strap can also be attached to the case. COMPATIBILITY: For use with the Apple iPad Mini. COLOR: Available in black, blue, pink and purple.

H-79 Tablet Floor Stand

The H-79 Tablet Floor Stand is a stand for a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with use of one hand, grasping or upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. The stand comes in two sizes - short and tall - and with or without a counter-weighted, microphone-style boom. The short version with the boom is for people that are on the floor and unable to stand or sit up. This version positions the tablet up to 30 inches up from the floor, or all the way down right next to it. The tall ver

H-80 Short Arm

The H-80 Short Arm is stand for tablet computer and an adjustable ebook holder designed for use by people with grasping, neurological or upper extremity disabilities, cerebral palsy or arthritis. The H-80 includes the Super-Clamp (which allows clamping to wheelchairs, bedrails, desks or tables) and an iPad tablet holder without case or an adjustable tablet holder (ATH) for other devices/tablets such as Auggie/Super-Auggie (see separate entries), Barnes and Noble Nook, and Amazon Kindle. The user

H-57 Mini-Arm For All Ipads

The H-57 Mini-Arm is a stand for tablet computer designed for use by individuals with use of one hand, grasping or upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. The H-57 is designed for use with the Apple iPad and other tablets. It includes the Super-Clamp (which allows clamping to wheelchairs, bedrails, desks or tables) and an iPad tablet holder without a case or an adjustable tablet holder (ATH). The user can select a standard, tall, or tall and wide ATH. The tablet can be removed from the holde

H-18 Magic Arm

The H-18 Magic Arm is a mounting kit for tablet computers, communicators, or ebooks, an adjustable ebook holder and a stand for a tablet computer designed for use by people with grasping, neurological or upper extremity disabilities, cerebral palsy or arthritis. The H-18 includes the Super-Clamp which allows clamping to wheelchairs, bedrails, desks or tables; and an iPad tablet holder without case or an adjustable tablet holder (ATH) for other devices or tablets such as the Auggie or Super-Auggi

H-78 Big Blue-Tooth Keyboard And Largekeys Keyboard

The H-78 ‘BIG Blue’-Tooth Keyboard and LARGEKeys Keyboard are large key, large print keyboards designed for use by individuals with motor skill or cognitive disabilities. The ‘BIG Blue’-Tooth Keyboard connects to a tablet, Macintosh, or PC that is Bluetooth-enabled via Bluetooth; and the LARGEKey Keyboard is connected to computer via USB. The user can angle the keyboard at 45 or other angles with a keyboard stand (sold separately). This keyboard is available with key rows of red, blue, yellow an

H-87 Ipad Vo (Voiceover) Controller

The H-87 iPad VO (VoiceOver) Controller is a large button remote control interface for an Apple iPad tablet, iPhone or iPod Touch designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or who are blind. The VO Controller connects to the touchscreen device through Bluetooth and uses the keyboard shortcuts built into the Apple iOS VoiceOver accessibility feature (see separate entry) to help the user access the content and functions of the host device. The user can control a screen reader to

H-36 Tablet Stand

The H-36 Tablet Stand is a stand for tablet computer designed for use by individuals with use of one hand, grasping or upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. Three versions of the H-36 stand are available: Fixed-angle Tablet Stand, Variable-angle Tablet Super-Stand, and Tall Tablet Stand. These stands are designed for use with the Apple iPad, Auggie, other tablets, and alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) devices. Each stand comes with a Stick & Suck white disk on the bottom

Scan To Pictures

Scan To Pictures is a visual symbol training system, a symbolic direct selection communicator program and a communicator training program designed for use by teachers or parents working with children who have cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities or autism. This application (or app) for the Apple iPad provides a library of animations and pictures of real-world consequences, allowing the child to pair his or her switch action with receiving the actual item such as food, toy, activity,

Spell-A-Word For Ipad

Spell-A-Word for iPad is a spelling tutorial program designed for use with children with low vision or cognitive disabilities. This application (or app) for the Apple iPad focuses on identification, spelling, and word recognition and uses an errorless learning method. A parent or teacher can enter lists of spelling words or phrases for the learner to practice and be tested. Word lists consisting of hundreds of words, sounds and pictures are available from the manufacturer's website at no charge.

Scan-A-Word

Scan-A-Word is an academic, reading and spelling tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) for the Apple iPad focuses on identification, spelling, and word recognition and uses an errorless learning method. Assistance is included to help children with significant cognitive challenges, and special feedback feature is for blind learners. The program features both drill and test modes and is de

H-64 Ipad Ultimate Carry Case

The H-64 iPad Ultimate Carry Case is a tablet computer protector designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities who use an Apple iPad. The H-64 is available in two different versions: one version is for the iPad 2, 3 and 4 and the other is for the iPad 1. The Ultimate Carry Case has 3 components - a soft padded protector that fits around the back of the iPad and the front and back pieces of a hard shell. The soft protector has cutouts for access to but

H-61 Tablet Bumper Case

The H-61 Tablet Bumper Case is a tablet computer protector designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The H-64 is available in two different versions: regular and full. The regular version provides rear and corner protection, and it is intended to be used with a tablet carry case. The regular version is available for the iPad 1 and offers a separate model for the iPad 2, 3 and 4. The full version encloses the tablet edges completely for maximum se

H-36 Ipad/tablet Combo Stand

The H-36 iPad/Tablet Combo Stand is a stand for tablet computer and a keyboard tray designed for use by individuals with use of one hand, grasping or upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. This lightweight, flexible, rugged and versatile stand holds both a keyboard and an iPad/tablet. The keyboard trays are designed at a steep angle which reduces head-bobbing. The individual parts (iPad/tablet shelf and keyboard trays) are attached by Super-Velcro so the users can adjust the parts themselve

H-46 Scanover (Scanning Voiceover Switch Interface)

The H-46 ScanOver (Scanning VoiceOver Switch Interface) is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad with a switch. This unit has a speaker and headphone jack, a front panel showing the status of the Bluetooth module inside, and a rear panel for the scanning options. The user turns VoiceOver on with triple click and starts scanning with either

H-92 Phone Holder

The H-92 Phone Holder is a cell phone holder and tablet computer mounting system designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity, grasping and mobility disabilities, individuals with use of one hand, and wheelchair users. The Phone Holder’s gel case attaches to the “Quick Connect” lever which screws into the end of a Short, Mini, Articulating, Magic Arm or Super Clamp (see separate entries). The screw size is 1/4-20. The Phone Holder expands from 1.625 to 4.5 inches. The “Quick-Con

H-21 Ez See Keyboard

The H-21 EZ See Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals who have low vision or fine motor or cognitive disabilities. Two versions are available. The yellow-keys version is designed for use by people with visually impairments and has yellow keys with large print black labels. The colored-rows version is intended for special needs learners. On the colored-rows version, the 3 rows of letter keys are different colors, and the number, punctuation and function keys are all w

H-70 Digital Switch Timer

The H-70 Digital Switch Timer is designed to enable individuals with upper extremity to control electronic switch-adapted devices such as CD/MP3/DVD players or universal TV remotes. The device functions as a connector between a switch and a switch-adapted device. The user hits the switch to start the song, program or video, and the device plays for the amount of time set on the switch timer. When the time on the timer switch expires, the device pauses and can restarted by the user by pressing th

H-68 Scan-5

The H-68 Scan-5 is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a TV, Apple iPod, voice recorder, MP3 player, DVD player or switch-adapted toy/device with a switch. This stand-alone device can be used by a person that can operate one or two switches. The user plugs a switch-adapted remote control or device that he or she wishes to control into the Scan-5's 9-pi

H-69 Select-5

The H-69 Select-5 is a control input interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, fine motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a TV, Apple iPod, voice recorder, DVD player, MP3 player or a switch-adapted toy or appliance. This stand-alone device features 5 large round buttons: Power/play/pause; Advance forward or Channel up; Go backward or Channel down; Volume up; and Volume down. The user connects a device or remote control

H-42 Mini-Keyboard

The H-42 Mini-Keyboard is a mini keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited finger dexterity or range of motion. The device, which resemble a PDA or smartphone with a keyboard, comes with a small receiver that is plugged into a computer's USB port. The keyboard unit communicates wirelessly with the receiver via radio frequency (RF). The keyboard buttons require specific effort to depress. The print on the buttons is very small and each button has an alternate function when SF is toggl

H-31 Dual Button Box

The H-31 Dual Button Box is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a 2-switch adapted device. The user plugs the switch input of the device he or she wishes to control into the back of the Dual Button Box. One button on the Dual Button Box will "step scan" through the device's menu or options. When the user reaches the desired option or action, he or she

Iadapter Device Adapter

This device adapter is meant to attach iPads or other tablet devices to wheelchairs. It is meant to work with the RJ Cooper & Associates' Magic Arm, Articulating Arm and Mini-Arm. The adapter attaches to the back of the iPad or tablet with heavy-duty Velcro.

Bubcap Pro For Ipad

BubCap Pro is a designed to deter users such as toddlers, individuals with autism, ADHD and intellectual disabilities from pressing the home button during an activity on an iPad, iPod Touch and iPod. BubCaps are small aluminum tabs that self-adhere to the cover of the home button on the device. When the aluminum tab is in place, the home button cannot be pressed directly to exit an application. To access the home button, parents, instructors or therapists can use a pen point through the small

Switchhopper

The SwitchHopper is a mouse emulator designed for individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This device provides a means of connecting switches to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the three SwitchHopper jacks, the switch becomes standard mouse-clicks, and with the installation of the accompanying software, each button can be configured to be any mouse-button event or keystroke desired. COMPATIBILITY: For use with computers equipped with a USB port.

Thunder-Rj Screenreader-On-A-Stick

Thunder-RJ ScreenReader-on-a-Stick is a screen reader program designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision or who have learning disabilities. This device is intended for those who are new to using a computer or who need a simpler alternative to more comprehensive programs. This screen reader works almost entirely using the standard keyboard arrow keys. Features include echoing of each keystroke and word; selective reading of the screen by character, word, line, or entire page; se

Crossscanner (Models Smx-3, Sm-3, & Sw-3)

CrossScanner is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This program enables one- or two-switch control of mouse functions. With the switch(es) plugged into a switch interface (not included), the user is able to perform mouse moves; performs clicks, double clicks, and drags; operate menus; and enter text through an on-screen keyboard. An AutoScan feature enabless the user to initiate scrolling

Fusion Portable Keyboard

The Fusion Portable Keyboard is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. Features include a large liquid crystal display (LCD) with adjustable font sizes, Math 101 math facts practice, and a wide variety of other writing supports. Functions that students use most frequently like the thesaurus, font size adjustment, and word prediction have dedicated keys for one-button access. All other options, like cut and paste, disabling spell check, or adjustments to word

H-32 Switch Poser

The H-32 Switch Poser is a switch stand designed for use by individuals with neurological, fine motor, or upper extremity disabilities or cerebral palsy. This positioning stand has a base and a mounting surface on a flexible hinge. The base attaches to a smooth flat surface such as a tabletop through bottom suction. The switch (not included) attaches to the flat mounting surface with the included Super Velcro. Once attached, the switch can be adjusted to any angle from horizontal (flat) to verti

Switch Adapted Dvd Player (Model H-35)

The Switch-Adapted DVD Player, model H-35, is an an adapted DVD player designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. The portable unit has a laptop mode and a tablet mode, and plays DVDs, audio CDs, and picture CDs. The remote is adapted with switch inputs for play/pause, rewind, and fast forward. Rewind and fast forward cycle through gradations from 2X to 32X with each switch press. The unit has a volume control and three headphone jacks. The po

Talk 'n Scan Calculator

The Talk 'n Scan Calculator is a voice ouput scanning calculator program designed for use by switch users and individuals with low vision. This resizable talking calculator has an auditory scanning option. The calculator has a basic mode that performs arithmetical functions and percentages, and an advanced mode that also includes roots, exponents, and brackets. The display shows numbers up to 999. A Check-It mode enables the user to try his/her own answer a specified number of times and then hav

Laptop Keyboard Cover (Model H-20)

The Laptop Keyboard Cover, model H-20, is a laptop keyboard cover and switch support designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or cerebarl palsy. This unit covers the keyboard on a laptop and provides a surface for placement of a switch, so the user can operate the laptop with a switch without distraction from the keyboard. The cover goes both under and over the keyboard, covering all the keys and the connections. The back and both sides are o

Chincheeka Dual Switch (Model H-51)

The ChinCheeka Dual Switch, model H-51, is a chin or cheek switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This two-switch unit can be used for step-scanning/ control on a computer or for switch-adapted items that require two switches. In step-scanning, one switch is used to step (move) through choices, and the other to select a choice. OPTIONS: Magic Arm, Mini-Arm, or Articulating Arm for mounting.

Switch-Adapted Voice Recorder (Model H-52)

The Switch-Adapted Voice Recorder, model H-52, is a switch-adapted digital recorder designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This unit consists of an Olympus VN-5200PC digital recorder with switch-adapted stop and record buttons (switches not included). In Standard Play, it can record about 70 hours of lectures and in Long Play, over 400 hours can be recorded. It records in the Windows standard Windows Media Audio (

Mouse Button-Box

The Mouse Button-Box is a switch-adapted mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This interface is available with left- and right-click buttons on the left, left- and right-click buttons on the right, one large button on the left, or one large button on the right. Pressing two adjacent buttons moves the cursor diagonally. The unit has a USB connection so it works on both Macintosh and Wi

Switch-Adapted Jokemaster & Switch-Adapted Jokemaster 2 (Models H-25 & H-25-2)

The Switch-Adapted JokeMaster and Switch-Adapted JokeMaster 2, models H-25 and H-25-2, are switch operated toys designed for use by children with severe physical or neurological disabilities or cerebral palsy. These are switch-adapted versions of the JokeMaster Jr. 2, with 141 jokes, and JokeMaster 2, with approximately 140 additional jokes. There are two switch inputs, the top one for telling a new joke, and the bottom one for repeating the last joke. The units also have a headphone/speaker jac

Switch-Adapted Digital Camera (Model H-43)

The Switch-Adapted Digital Camera, model H-43, is a switch-adapted camera designed for use by individuals with neurological or severe physical disabilities or cerebral palsy. This is an adapted version of a 7 megapixel camera that takes pictures and AVI format video. A box on the side allows for one switch to turn it on/off and a second switch for snapping the picture or starting/stopping the video. An included USB cable connects the camera to a computer. The camera also comes with an audio/visu

Application Clicker (Models Sm-32, Sm-32R, Sw-32, & Sw-32R)

Application Clicker is a cause and effect lesson authoring program designed for use in creating learning activites for children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. This program can be used for making cause/effect activities from websites, DVDs, videos, or music. The program opens a window on the left of a screen on which the target is open. The user then positions the cursor over the desired target and presses S to start the counter. The program clicks on the Play link, which changes

Keyboard Stand (Model H-38)

The Keyboard Stand, model H-38, is a keyboard tray and slant board designed for use by individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. This unit holds the user's keyboard at an angle such as 45 or 60 degrees, which reduces head-bobbing, where the user has to look down, then up at the monitor, then down, then up, etc. It also eliminates the accidental production of spaces by the palm of the hand, and puts the keyboard at an angle in line with the screen. The unit is lightweight and transp

Super-Auggie Augmentative Communication Device (Model H-44)

The Super-Auggie Augmentative Communication Device, model H-44, is a direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities. The unit consists of a slate personal computer (PC), which is about the size of a piece of paper, with a true touchscreen, running Windows 7. The unit includes PTP-PC communication software with 7,000 Mayer-Johnson BoardMaker images. Other features include a built-in WiFi and Ethernet port with a 56-kilobyte mode

Switch-Adapted Flip Camcorder (Model H-33)

The Switch-Adapted Flip Camcorder, model H-33, is a switch adapted video recorder designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or cerebral palsy. This is an adapted version of the Flip camcorder, a self-contained unit that saves AVI files in an internal 2 gigabyte flash memory (one hour of video). One of the two switch inputs is the power (it will turn itself off after two minutes of non-use). The second switch input is record (and stop-record).

Switch-Adapted Call Chime (Model H-27)

The Switch-Adapted Cordless Call Chime, model H-27, is a call signal designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This system has a receiver and two transmitters. Each transmitter has a different chime. The system has a 75-foot range (200 feet when in line-of-sight). POWER: Uses 3 triple-A and 3 C batteries (included).

H-46-2Gb Switch-Adapted Mp3 Player Drive

The H-46-2GB Switch-Adapted MP3 Player Drive is an adapted MP3 player designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities. This unit has two switch inputs, one of which can be used to turn the unit on/off and to toggle between Play and Pause, and the other of which can be used for cycling through files. The unit plays MP3 and WMA audio files, including music, podcasts, or audio books, and is also a two-gigabyte (GB) USB flash drive that plugs into any U

Cordless Switch Interface (Model H-53-Usb)

The Cordless Switch Interface, model H-53-USB, is a computer switch interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit provides a place to plug switches into a computer without having to connect a cable to the computer. This unit can also be used as a presentation mouse. It has two switch inputs. When switches are plugged into the jacks, they function as standard mouse-clicks (left or right in Windows; left or co

H-54-Usb Mini-Switchport For Usb

The H-54-USB Mini-SwitchPort for USB is a computer switch control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit has two switch input jacks and a retractable USB cable for connecting to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the unit's jacks, the switch input becomes standard mouse-clicks (Windows: left, right; Macintosh: click, click), and with installation of the accompanying Switchhopper software, each button can b

Wordcomplete For Windows (Models Sw-19 & Sw-19R)

WordComplete for Windows is a word prediction program designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities or upper extremity disabilities. This program attempts to complete the word the user is working on, but does not attempt to read ahead. The most likely word completion candidate is suggested in-line with the user's typing. The list pops up very close to the text insertion point. Colors are used to help the process. The word completion candidates can be auto-read to eliminate or decrea

Big Button Ipod Remote (Model H-13)

The Big Button iPod Remote, model H-13, is a large button remote control for an Apple iPod player designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. This infra-red (IR) remote is available in two versions. One includes a dock in which the iPod is inserted; and the other use a small IR receiver that does not block the earphone jack. The IR receiver can also be used to connect the remote to the iPod Nano as well as iPhones and iPads. The remote's buttons are raised and slightly convex,

Beeper Box (Model H-12)

The Beeper Box, model H-12, is a switch assessment system designed for use in testing control switches. This unit has two switch inputs that accept any switch with a standard 0.125-inch plug. The interface beeps when activated. Switches can be plugged in for testing or to produce morse code. Using two switches for morse code gives beeps of different pitch and volume. The louder input can be used for switch testing. POWER: Uses 2 triple-A batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxDxW): 1 x 2 x 4 inches.

Auggie (Model H-58)

The Auggie, model H-58, is a direct selection or scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This unit consists of an Ultra Mini PC (UMPC) running Windows 7, with two USB ports and a finger-operable true touchscreen. The unit comes with PTP-PC communication software, a wireless modem, a dock adapter with three USB ports, a tablet stand, a tablet speaker, and carry case (black is standard; red, blue or pink is also available). The unit is opera

Mini-Auggie (Model H-19)

The Mini-Auggie, model H-19, is a direct selection or scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This augmentative communication device consists of a PocketPC (HP iPaq 2495) loaded with Point To Pictures - Mobile (PTP-Mobile) software. The unit is touch-sensitive and comes with built-in voice recording capability and the Mayer-Johnson PCS library on an SD card. An unlimited number of pages with up to 25 pictures per page can be stored, jumped

Icanemail (Models Sm-24 & Sm-27)

ICanEmail is a voice output electronic mail program designed for use by individuals with learning, visual, or physical disabilities. This full-screen talking email program operates in a sequential manner, where it asks one question at a time, such as "Who would you like to send this to?" or "If you'd like to speak your message, you can do that here." The email partner (sender or recipient) does not require any special software to interact with the user of this program. The program also enables t

Ipad Cordless Super-Switch

The iPad Cordless Super-Switch is a touch switch designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, or upper extremity disabilities, neurological or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad. The circular switch connects to the iPad wirelessly using Bluetooth 2.1 and has a range of over 50 feet. It can be activated by pressing anywhere on the large top surface. COMPATIBILITY: For use with the Apple iPad. DIMENSIONS: The diameter of the switch is 5 inches. POWER: Rechargable li

Ipad Cordless Switch Interface

The iPad Cordless Switch Interface is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad with a switch. This unit has two switch input jacks. When a switch is plugged into one of the unit's jacks, the switch input becomes a tap or touch for any iPad application (app) programmed for switch access. The switch interface connects to the iPad wirelessly usin

Defender Case For Ipad

The OtterBox Defender Case for iPad is a case with stand for a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand or grasping or upper extremity disabilities. This case offers three layers of protection, starting with a self-adhering clear protective film. The case also has a high-impact polycarbonate shell and silicone skin. The polycarbonate cover snaps on the back when the tablet is in use and is removable to serve as a screen cover for transport and storage. A built-in

H-86: Capacitive Headpointer

The H-86: Capacitive HeadPointer is a headwand and stylus for tablet computer and touchscreen designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This product is a combination of a capacitive mouthstick and a headpointer, allowing people with limited or no use of their hands to use an iPad and other tablet devices that have a capacitive touchscreen. The fit of the H-86 headpointer is adjustable with a "dial." The mou

H-88 Tablet Handpointer

The H-88 Tablet HandPointer is a stylus for a tablet computer or other touch screen device designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This capacitive stylus is designed to interact with the touchscreens of an iPad or other tablet. The stylus is mounted on a plastic cylinder, which is grasped in the users palm with the stylus emerging from between the first and second (index and middle) fingers or the second and third (middle and ring) fingers. The

Children's Switch and Touch Progressions

Children’s Switch and Touch Progressions is a switch or touchscreen activity designed for children with cognitive & learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, and Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) who are learning to activate and when NOT to activate the switch/iPad. Music is the key reinforcement with animated scenes of life situations as the graphic elements. Many Skinner/behavioral prompts/features are built in, such as "Wait," "Stop, please," positive reinforcement, motivating operations, and oth

ICanEmail Online

ICanEmail Online is a message service designed for children and adults with cognitive, visual, and physical challenges. It is “email-like” program but uses pictures and voice recording instead of text.

Spell-A-Word

Spell-A-Word is a large-print, early academic program designed for use by beginning to advanced letter users. It uses an errorless learning method. Spell-A-Word works on identification, spelling, & word recognition (for reading).  It works with an external keyboard, such as RJ Cooper’s Colored-Rows Big Keys, or any Bluetooth keyboard (or *any* USB keyboard).  Scaffolding (as much help as needed but as little as possible) is embedded to help those with significant cognitive challenges.  This

SwitchMan

SwitchMan is designed for use by children with cognitive and motor disabilities associated with neurological involvement such as cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries, or muscular dystrophy. It is a cause and effect activity that tries to make an impact with the learner through full-screen animations and sound effects. With SwitchMan, the full-screen built-in guide, the learner is assisted through the cause/effect process. There are three types of animations, and 78 in all. Controls such as R

Dual Say-It

Each Say-It has its own speaker pointed in opposite directions from the other, thereby allowing each message to, seemingly, come from a different location.  Volume is good.  Recording is a super-easy 3 steps:

MP3 Music Box w/Buttons AND Switch Inputs

The MP3 Music Box w/Buttons AND Switch Inputs is an adapted music box to be used by individuals with severe physical and cognitive disabilities during therapeutic recreation to control their own music. Using a simple MP3 Player, adapted to 2 or 3 large accessible buttons, a JBL speaker, and switch inputs, the user can load hundreds of songs, audiobooks, podcasts, and other audio onto the Player's removable storage. The user can use their buttons or switches to step through their songs, listening

iPad/iPod/Smartphone/Tablet Cordless Music Box With Switch Inputs

Cause/Effect Boombox

This Sound and Effect Boombox is designed for people with cognitive disabilities to use and comprehend the concept of cause and effect. The boombox contains an MP3 player with a built-in timer, a large 3 inch button, and a switch jack/input. Features three possible modes: Timed (where the music plays for a set-able number of seconds, then pauses), Latching (the music toggles in between play and pause with each successive activation), and Momentary (the music plays just for the 'moments' that the

iPad/Tablet Super-Switch (H-65)

The iPad/Tablet Super-Switch (H-65) is a large 5 inch switch (button) with a Bluetooth Switch Interface (BSS) for iPad and tablets for people with severe physical disabilities. This device is to connect iPads to tablets, to control 'switch-friendly' apps and some global aspects of an iPad. Switch-friendly apps are those written by developers in the Assistive Technology or AAC field and are looking for specific signals that of BSI transmits (space/enter). There are about 80 switch-friendly apps.

Tall Tablet Stand

The Tall Tablet Stand is a product designed for people with upper extremity disabilities to use while using a tablet. It features a very heavy base and rubber feet so it does not move. It is 360-degree adjustable, as well as height adjustable. The Adjustable Tablet Holder (ATH) is included, and is available in three sizes: Tall, Standard, and Tall & Thick.

iPad/Tablet Switch Interface (H-66)

The iPad/Tablet Switch Interface (H-66) is a Bluetooth Switch Interface (BSI) for the iPad and tablets allows 1-2 switches to control 'switch-friendly' apps and some global aspects of an iPad for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities. Switch-friendly apps are those written by developers in the Assistive Technology or AAC field, and are 'looking' for specific signals that my BSI transmits (space/enter). There are about 80 switch-friendly apps.

Quad Button Box w/XBox 360 or PS3 Game Controller

The Quad Button Box w/XBox 360 or PS3 Game Controller is a game controller intended for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. It features 4 large buttons that perform the functions of the trigger and 'shoulder' buttons of an XBox 360 or PS3 game controller. It also has a mounting bracket for the actual game controller (which is included) so that the user does not have to hold it, allowing for one-hand control of the game.

 
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