Acticomm is a specially developed computer system for people who do not succeed in 'normal computing', such as children/adults with serious multiple disabilities. Acticomm has a touchscreen, is incorporated in a safe piece of furniture, and equipped with special software.
- Acticomm offers many activities in one tool: for listening and looking, moving, activating, recognizing or remembering, playing and learning.
- Users can indicate themselves what kind of activity they want to do. Choose whether they want to listen to music or watch a video or indicate by means of pictograms what they want to eat or drink. While a regular computer is often too complicated for people with severe multiple disabilities or dementia, with the Acticomm they can make their own choices without help.
- Acticomm consists of a whisper-quiet computer system that is operated with a solid touchscreen and is integrated into a robust piece of furniture. The whole can, therefore, take a beating and is splash-proof. The safe and durable furniture meets the highest quality standards and is also mobile and height-adjustable, making it accessible for any type of wheelchair.