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Tobii Dynavox, the leading provider of Touch and Eye Tracking based Assistive Technology hardware and software for those with communication and mobility challenges, will be attending Bacharach’s Ability Fair for the third year in a row.

“I have been to all the Ability Fairs, and each year it gets bigger and better,” said Carroll Stone, Regional Sales Consultant for Tobii Dynavox. “It’s a beautiful show and we are excited to show our products that can help people affected by Cerebral Palsy,  ALS, TBI, CVA and other conditions.”

 

The most prominent product option that Tobii Dynavox will be bringing this year is the I-Series. The I-Series features a purpose-built 12 or 15 inch computer that is controlled using eye movements and allows people to generate speech, control computer applications, text, call, email, surf the internet and more.

 

“Our devices are giving non-verbal people their voice, as well as assisting people who do not have the use of their hands,” said Carroll. “Our products are developed through clinical research, along with feedback from our customers.  They are designed with durable heavy duty components. The batteries allow the device to run for 10-12 hours, and the devices are often used while mounted on a wheelchair.”

 

Tobii Dynavox will also be featuring tablet speech devices that use touch access to produce speech. At the Fair, attendees will have the opportunity to test all of the different products.

 

“We work with Bacharach personnel frequently and are so excited to be returning for this year’s Ability Fair,” said Carroll. “The show is so much fun, but more importantly it’s very helpful and can be life changing for people who are able to learn about products and services that may be new to them.”

 

Join us at the third annual Ability Fair July 26 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Stockton University Campus Center. Meet more than 60 vendors with products and services designed to help you discover new ways to greater independence. Register for free www.abilityfair.com. For more information and to learn about free transportation call Jamie Hoagland at 609-748-5250.


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