1. Available

    Sound Activated Switch

    Easily adjustable! This ultra-sensitive switch responds to a whisper or a loud clap. You can easily set the sound sensitivity to which the switch will respond. In the timed mode, you can adjust the length of time the switch will stay on after the initial activation (1-120 seconds). In the latch mode, the first sound will activate a device and the second will turn it off. In the momentary mode, the device is activated for the duration of sound detection.

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    Switch Activated Floppy Bunny

    Great for teaching cause and effect skills. Capability switch required with this item.

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    Echo Smartpen

    Record everything you write, hear or say. Replay your meetings or lectures simply by tapping on your notes.

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    Maltron Ergonomic Keyboard

    Split design eliminates wrist twist and allows a central number cluster which can be used by right or left hand as preferred.

    Finger length adapted - offset key rows accommodate different lengths of fingers to reduce movement and tension.  
    Straight vertical key columns eliminate tens of thousands of finger and wrist twists in a day's work.
    Thumb keys for Space (plus E on Maltron layouts), Return, Delete, Backspace and Cursor keys reduce hand and arm movement. Versatile thumbs are used far more effectively.
    Built in large palm resting pads allow immediate hand and arm relaxation during "Thinking Time", and promote a reduction in arm rotation.

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    Jot Script Stylus

    The Jot Script is the first of its kind: a true fine point stylus for iOS that allows your handwriting to flow as freely as your thoughts. With a revolutionary 1.9mm tip, Jot Script writes and feels like your favorite pen. Whether capturing ideas in a meeting or writing notes in the classroom, Jot Script elevates note taking to an art form.

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SMATC Loan Program

This project is funded through the STAR Program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364). $47,000 of this project is financed with Federal Funds. Content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the STAR Program or the Minnesota Department of Administration or Rehabilitation Services Administration.

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For more info contact:
Lydell Peterson