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Perceptive Devices LLC

8359 Oakdale Ct
Mason, OH 45040
United States
Phone: 5139728200
Provider of Smyle Mouse, the next-gen in head tracking software that allows computer control via simple facial gestures (such as smiles) captured by a regular webcam. Our patented and patent pending technology provides computer access to people with disabilities/difficulties related to upper extremities, without the use of hands, voice, and mouse/keyboard.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Prentke Romich Company

1022 Heyl Road
Wooster, OH 44691
United States
Phone: (800) 262-1984
PRC believes that everyone deserves a voice. For fifty years, PRC has led the industry in providing AAC solutions with advanced communication technology and language development systems.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Communication, Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Quadjoy

2012 N 15th st
Sheboygan, WI 53081
United States
Phone: 920-482-1621
The QuadJoy is a break through in assistive technology for individuals stricken with paralysis. It's a hands-free mouth-operated computer mouse that can also control an android phone.

The latest Quad Joy system is designed specifically for hospital settings and is mounted to the hospital bed. It integrates with the getwellnetwork, room lighting, bed controls, and nurse call.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Home, Hospital, Web accessibility

Rehadapt North America

7619 A1A South
Saint Augustine, FL 32080
United States
Phone: 9046870130
REHAdapt Engineering is a worldwide leader in the manufacturing of specialized mounting systems. With many years devoted to design and craftsmanship, REHAdapt has refined the mounting system and thus redefined the way devices are mounted. Our Virtual Mounting Solution (VMS) service offers unique customization for the individual user.

RJ Cooper & Associates, Inc.

22600 Lambert St.
Lake Forest, CA 92630
United States
Phone: 949-510-2620
iPad and computer accessories for special needs, as well as software and apps. One of the first AT developers in the world, RJ has been listening to YOU and responding with affordable, effective technology since 1983!

Areas of Focus

Ages / Populations: Early childhood, School
Environments: Academic Institution, School

Saltillo Corporation

2143 Township Road #112
Millersburg, OH 44654
United States
Phone: (800) 382-8622
Saltillo Corporation manufactures Augmentative and Alternative communication devices for individuals who are unable to use their natural voice. Visit our booth to view our NOVA chat products and TouchChat application for iTechnology.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Learning, Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Scanning Pens Inc

4500 140th Avenue North
Clearwater, FL 33762
United States
Phone: 1-727-316-8101
Scanning Pens is a dedicated supplier of mobile scanners.

Scanning Pens will be showcasing the latest reading aids that allow people to work & study independently.

One of the most popular scanners at the moment is the C-Pen Reader, please visit www.readerpen.com for more information.

The C-Pen Reader pen scanner is major technological breakthrough for anyone learning English and is a life-saver for those who suffer from reading difficulties such as dyslexia. The C-Pen Reader is a totally portable, pocket-sized device that reads text out aloud with an English human-like digital voice.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Learning, Low Vision
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

sComm. Inc.

4224 South Hocker Drive
Independence, MO 64055
United States
Phone: 816-350-7008
sComm is the manufacturer of the UbiDuo 2. The UbiDuo 2 enables deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, and hearing people to sit across from each other and communicate face-to-face without communication barriers in the professional and social settings. The UbiDuo 2 can be used anywhere.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Communication, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Low Vision
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Sensible Innovations

7000 Piper Glen Dr.
Springfield, IL 62711
United States
Phone: 2178017896
Learn about Aware Audible proximity iOS and android ibeacons WayFinding solution for people who are visually impaired.

Our goal is to help the visually impaired get the same information sighted people get when visiting places, and to drive their curiosity and courage to explore and enjoy their surroundings more independently.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Low Vision
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Work, Public Buildings, shopping and recreation facilities

Sesame Enable

3 Bethesda Metro Center
Bethesda, MD 20814
United States
Phone: 844-973-7263
Sesame Enable created the world's first head control technology for smartphones and tablets. Founded in collaboration by a computer vision expert, and an electrical engineer who became quadriplegic 10 years ago in a spinal cord injury. The solution requires no special hardware or markers, and operates any app user chooses.

Users testify of regained independence, privacy and connectivity

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Work

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