Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
A 3D rendering of a user within their home, illustrating where several motion sensors are located (in the kitchen, next to the toilet and bath, next to the bed and in the hallway).

Allows caregivers to strategically place motion detectors in key locations—for example, under the mattress, on the refrigerator door, and on a medication container— in order to monitor a user's activities of daily living.

A black alarm clock with a lisa receiver on top, two silver RF repeaters with black antennas, a silver portable receiver, a table-top blinking lamp, and an analog clock with a bright light attached to the right.

Alerting system available as wired or wireless devices that provide light and vibration signals and consist of at least one transmitter and one receiver.

Two video display screens shown with a separate intercom component.

Allows users to see and hear another room or location within their home or workplace.

A dark blue background with a white and red open book graphic.

Uses text-to-speech (TTS) to read digital articles, documents, and books out loud.

Large white, rectangular device with a dark gray face that has on and off buttons at the top left and right, two control dials near the top, and two port openings at the bottom.

An environmental control switch module for X10-based systems designed to switch any low voltage load for individuals with physical disabilities.

Screenshot of five lines of large green text on black background with the word Florida highlighted in blue and a series of icon-labeled menu choices across the top.

A voice output and optical character recognition program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or learning disabilities.

A medium-sized, white, and square device with a large built-in speaker face.

Telephone signal indicator designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This device alerts the user to incoming telephone calls through a variety of signaling options including horn, bell, chime, or vibrating chime.

Screenshot showing calendar on the left with specific scheduled events in a window on the right and associated text in a window on the bottom.

A voice output appointment calendar program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

An orange rectangular icon with a white headphone graphic.

Allows users wearing headphones the ability to also hear what is happening around them.

Long, narrow rectangular popup window with time and date displayed in large type.

A free program for blind and visually-impaired people that is designed to help people keep track of the time and remind themselves of things like appointments during the day.