Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Fight social withdraw
- Inspire independence
- Minimize frustration and depression
- Meet wants and needs
- Stay connected
- Restore control
- Overcome severe physical limitations
ALS can be one of the most difficult conditions to go through. Both care givers and the patient can suffer from frequent moments of frustration and depression while trying to meet needs and wants. With compromised speech the patient’s ability to communicate is severely limited at a time when communication is most critical.
To make things more difficult, those with limb onset ALS rely more and more on caregivers to help them accomplish daily activities. Without successful communication the caregivers often fail to meet those needs, leaving the patient helpless. In addition to unmet wants and needs, social withdraw is often a symptom of communication breakdown and can contribute to poor mental health.
ComLink LT3G Enable Eyes II & ComLink ST3G Enable Eyes II
Eye-Tracking technology has been on the market for some time but with disappointing and mixed results. We have perfected a completely integrated system that delivers like no other. It is so easy to setup and use, it just works!
Our engineers have integrated the eye-tracking capabilities so seamlessly that anyone can use it. No more complex navigation between separate applications, time consuming and difficult resizing of windows or constant recalibration of the camera. Everything is done in a seamless manner to optimize your experience and make this technology a practice solution for those with severely limited physical access.