Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
Various models of phone amplifiers. Two are medium-sized rectangular devices with a built-in speaker that connect to a phone jack. One is a small speaker that attaches directly to a cordless phone against where the user places their ear. A fourth is a long, thin device with a small menu display.

Connects to standard telephones and makes the ring and phone call volume extra loud.

An illustration of an elderly user approaching a doorway. Lines represent a virtual "perimeter" around the door.

Alerts caregivers when a user navigates to a certain area or leaves a specified boundary.

Screenshot of menu screen on left with options and an image of a guitar in another window on the right.

A free software framework whose main goal is to provide ludic-therapeutic activities for people with disabilities.

Screenshot of main screen showing 4x4 grid of communications options, such as "I'm Hungry" and "Thank you."

A communication system for people with physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy. It can also be used for learning to read and write and to facilitate the use and control of computers.

A white digital timer.

Automatic timer and home automation system for lights and appliances.

Dark grey device resembling a pager with a wristband.

Wandering patient system with global positioning (GPS) monitoring and interactive voice capability.

A black wristband with a square watchface featuring a large circle on the screen.

Smartwatch that can detect possible tonic-clonic seizures, alert caregivers, and provides rest and physical activity analysis so that users can better understand their lifestyles.

Screenshot of PDF file, with a graph and other images.

Voice output program for PDF documents, designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or learning disabilities. This program can open files in any PDF version and read them aloud without going through a conversion or import process.

White and black device resembling a handheld "walkie-talkie" radio, with a built-in antenna.

Visual alert system that alerts individuals with hearing impairments at the sound of a doorbell, baby crying, and other sounds.

A medium-sized dark grey device resembling an old-fashioned radio, with two round dials, various menu buttons, a built-in speaker, and a small LCD display panel on the front.

AM, FM and HD radio with voice output controls and reading service receiver designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.