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CanConnect This software program, based on Skype, helps those who have difficulty using a phone or computer to easily stay in touch with family, friends and caregivers through a visual and audio connection.

Dynamic Keyboard For people who would like to use computers but are unable to use regular keyboards or full onscreen ones, the Dynamic Keyboard works with a variety of input devices, such as a mouse, joystrick or touch-screen pad.

Headband-Operated EMG Switch with Mouse Click Box The electrical activity produced by contracting one’s facial muscles activates a Mouse Click Box which, in turn, can be programmed to control a function on a computer or activate some other device.

KeySurf This program lets users surf the web with a keyboard instead of a mouse by spelling the first letters of each desired link. It also remembers a user's surfing history to enable faster navigation.

Switch-Activated Writing System For those with very limited vision who are also unable to type. Typing can be accomplished using a simple switch or EMG device. A very large font size can be selected.

Keyboard Support Stand A customized adjustable keyboard stand makes working more comfortable for a young man who types with his mouth.

Workstation for the Bedroom A new multi-function workstation underwent several modifications for a client who needs to work in a reclined position from his home.

Visual Music Browser An interface for iTunes software that allows people with a range of disabilities and dexterity challenges to manage their music and audio files independently on their computers.

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