Domino Train is designed for use by children 3-6 years of age with limited fine and gross motor strength and coordination as a result of cerebral palsy, dystonia, or muscular dystrophy. Load the magazine with dominoes, clip it into the top of the train, and connect a switch (any 3.5 millimeter switch). Press the switch to make the train chug along, sound its bell and stand all the dominoes behind it in a line - perfect for knocking down the dominoes. Domino Train comes with 2 x AA batteries.
Despicable Me Minion Bob
Despicable Me Minion Bob switch adapted toy is designed for use by children 6-10 years of age. Minion Bob carries Tim, his teddy bear, everywhere. Users can attach Tim into Bob's side and listen to him talk and sing to him. Users can also connect a 3.5 millimeter switch to Bob and listen to him speak Minion. Watch Bob's eyelids open, close, look left and right when you move his head. It features 20 Minion sayings, songs and sound effects.
Switch Accessible Digital Camera
Switch Accessible Digital Camera is based on the specifications for the Canon Power Shot A2600 and is designed for use by individuals with limited upper extremity strength and coordination as a result of a stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, or Erb’s palsy. The camera is first connected to the switch into the socket on the interface box and the lead into the USB socket on the camera. Users Turn on the camera, compose the picture on the large LCD screen and press the switch. Pictures
CacaMax is designed for a switch adapted toy designed for use by children with motor and cognitive delays associated with cerebral palsy, stroke or Angelman’s syndrome. Players feed CacaMax a couple of the little yellow bones then, using the switch adapted dog lead remote, take him for a walk, make him sit and bark. Use the remote to make him poop the bones and laugh at CacaMax trumping. Players can use the dust pan and brush to clean up afterwards.