- Quicker Communication
- Easy to Use
- Adjustable Angle
- Lightweight & Comfortable
- Standard or Switch Adapted
- AA Batteries
How it Works:
The person uses head movements to point the red laser dot to a letter, word or symbol on a paper communication board. The communication partner then says the item out loud.
Check out the Product Videos (on the tab above), to get a sense of how simple and quick communication with the laser can be.
Check out our videos to see examples of individuals with limited head movement using a laser.
The laser is on a small adjustable arm. Throughout the day, when the person using the laser changes the position (for example, reclining in a power chair), the angle of the laser pointer can be adjusted up, down, left and right.
The laser is attached to an adjustable universal cuff. Cylindrical foam offers a padded palmar area that naturally fits the arches of the hand. Cuff secures to the hand using a D-ring hook and loop strap. One size fits all. Latex-free.
The communication partner can turn the laser on and off, using the
(This is designed to be turned on and off by the communication
Switch Adapted Laser:
This allows the person with the disability to independently turn the laser on and
off using an ability switch. (The laser does not come with a switch.)
2. Another option is to rent a laser to try it out.