The ADA Compliant Emergency Phone - 1600A Series is an emergency telephone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or who are blind or have low vision. The emergency phones in this series are designed to provide hands-free telephone communication in public areas such as elevators, parking ramps, or around ATMs. They have Grade 2 braille labels, and can automatically send a digital announcement to identify the location of the emergency call. All parameters,
The Fortissimo is an amplified, large button, cordless telephone with speakerphone, voice output caller identification and answering machine designed for use by individuals with visual, hearing, neurological or mobility disabilities. The user can initiate a call on the Fortissimo by dialing a number on the voice output keypad or selecting a number from the phone book. The Fortissimo will amplify incoming sound up to 85 decibels (dB), and it offers Bluetooth connectivity for pairing with wireless
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To develop a prototype telephone that relies on photographs of the user’s regular contacts to dial the desired phone number for individuals with cognitive disabilities. Warren Goodland; a British masters candidate in Design Research for Disability, has developed a system where the photographs of the user's regular contacts are placed in a special peripheral attached to the phone. The user, by touching either the photo or the holder then dials the des
The PowerTel 680 is an amplified, hearing aid compatible, large button corded and cordless telephone with speakerphone, answering machine and visual and vibrating telephone signal designed for use by individuals who have low vision or are hard of hearing. It includes a base with corded handset, cordless handset and charging base for the cordless handset. Both handsets amplify incoming sound up to 50 decibels (dB), and the base offers five adjustable ringer levels up to 90 dB and nine ringtones.
The Single Switch Tash Telephone, model 8100, is a switch activated telephone designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. Operated by a single switch (the choice of any one Tash single switch is included), the phone offers dial, answer, hang-up, and speed dial; forty name directory; visual feedback; adjustable scanning spped; and adjustable response time.
The VoiceBT Switch Adapted Bluetooth Cell Voice Dialer is a voice activated telephone dialer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities or amputation, neurological disabilities, or cerebral palsy (CP). This unit enables the user to call, answer, or hang up with an adaptive switch. The user activates the switch then says the name of the person to call. The unit communicates wirelessly with any Bluetooth cell phone or service provider. OPTIONS: Dual pushbutton feathertouch a