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A yellow cylindrical device with a gray cord on the end.

Sensor design ideally shaped for hand, finger, or toe control. It can be used with an optional hand strap.

A square device with a black frame around and an illustration of two light bulbs, one off and one on, with text that reads "light."

A low-profile mechanical switch that requires a few grams of pressure to activate. With a click sound to signal activation, it sits on a slightly angled platform for easier access.

A red want attached to a blue and gray switch with black cord for plugging in.

A mechanical switch intended to be used by any body part that can press against the wand. It is useful for people who need assistance with poor motor control.

A black cord with a switch and red four-inch wand at one end and a clamp at the other.

A mechanical switch intended to be used by any body part that can press against the wand. It is suitable for people who need assistance with motor control.

A black rectangular device with eight message icons with text above such as "drink" and "have a nice day," and a handle on the top.

A multi-level communication device that uses smart overlay technology.

A black rectangular device with six message icons with text above such as "television" and "coffee," and a handle on the top.

Message recording and playback device that will hold up to 10 levels of recordings with each cell recording up to 10 seconds of audio.

Stethoscope style headphones with rubber earbuds attached to underchin receiver, place upright in docking station.

Telephone headset, voice amplifier, and media hearing device.

Flat display showing large letters on the screen attached to a folding arm and connected to a silver-colored flat surface with a piece of paper on it.

Portable full high-definition video magnifiers that fold flat for portability or storage when not in use.

Photograph of a woman wearing sunglasses walking down a path in the woods and using a cane.

A free wayfinding technology for blind, low-vision, and mobility-challenged pedestrians. Accessible online and via the ClickAndGo Wayfinding App, it provides narrative directions, low-vision maps, and real-time location support (via iBeacon technology).