Greater personal independence

Tobii Dynavox Windows Control and independence

Having, for example, a spinal cord injury can mean that even simple tasks require assistance. However, regaining a healthy level of personal independence is possible. And one of the ways is through Tobii Dynavox eye tracking devices that provide you with access to a computer and the Internet.

Independence is a vital factor to living a healthy and happy life. Doing what you want, when you want, without having to rely on others is something most people take for granted.  For many with a spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy or Rett Syndrome, even simple tasks can require assistance. However, regaining a healthy level of personal independence is possible. And one of the best ways is through Tobii Dynavox eye tracking devices that provide you with access to a computer and the Internet.

Tobii Dynavox eye tracking technology has helped thousands of individuals, some suffering from a spinal cord injury, lead more independent and happier lives.  It does so by allowing you to access a computer and the Internet using only your eyes – no mouth sticks, switches or head mouse needed.  Simply look at the computer screen and control the mouse cursor with your eye movement. Then, select by blinking or dwelling. It is fast, ergonomical and gives you access to the many ways a computer can enrich your life.

An eye tracking devices, like the PCEye Mini or an I-Series I-12+ device, can help you with things like controlling your surroundings, pursuing interests and education, as well as staying entertained. It is also a valuable tool for helping you re-enter the workplace, stay in touch with friends and family, meet new people and even interact with children.

Your personal independence does not have to vanish as a result of SCI or a stroke. Tobii Dynavox eye tracking technology and Windows Control to can give you the power to take control and live life to the fullest.

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