Tobii Dynavox will exhibit at the 4th annual Ability Fair
Eye-gaze technology is a game changer – providing a new “voice” and a new outlook on life for non-verbal individuals with Cerebral Palsy, Rett, ALS, Stroke/Aphasia and other conditions.
Tobii Dynavox, the leading provider of Touch and Eye Tracking based Assistive Technology hardware and software for those with communication and mobility challenges will demonstrate their latest line of devices at Bacharach’s Ability Fair.
“Our devices use eye-gaze technology to give non-verbal individuals a new voice and help those who no longer have use of their hands the ability to speak, write emails, make phone calls, text, change the TV channel and more,” said Carroll Stone, Regional Sales Consultant for Tobii Dynavox.
Equipped with a long-lasting battery and high-quality speakers, the Tobii Dynavox tablets are durable, sturdy and wheelchair-friendly. The tablets give users the option to personalize their new voice by picking the gender, age, accent and language.
“There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a big smile across someone’s face when they speak for the first time again and realize they are finally able to express themselves,” said Carroll.
The Tobii Dynavox also has a profound effect on a user’s family as they no longer have to guess the needs of their loved one. “Family members are ecstatic to hear their loved ones speak,” said Carroll.
Stop by Tobii Dynavox’s booth at the Ability Fair on Tuesday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Stockton University Campus Center. To learn more about their suite of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) products, visit