Use this collection of resources to find a starting point for supporting someone with ALS or a progressive condition.
Learn about options in Communicator 5 that provide full Windows computer functionality through eye gaze.
Learn how features of Communicator 5 support successful communication.
This course explains the importance of access for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) users.
Explore how setting expectations, set-up, exploration and evaluation are important points along the journey to using eye gaze to access communication.
Learn how Tobii Dynavox solutions support people with ALS in continuing to communicate, connect, and engage.
Learn how message banking allows people at risk of losing their voice to maintain their identity and how to get started with the process.
Learn how to stay connected using Accessible Apps for Communicator 5 with eye gaze and other alternative access methods.
Learn how TD Control allows you to use your eyes to navigate a computer so you can maintain your independence.
Learn how to integrate the new Computer Control software into TD Snap.
Use the videos and guide to learn how to request and set up your Tobii Dynavox for Professional license of TD Snap.
Learn more about telephony for eye gaze.
Get started with AccessIT 3 using an Android.
Learn how to alert a caregiver using your I-13 or I-16 device. Additional options for calling for help can be found in Communicator 5 and TD Snap.
Learn more about Accessible Apps for Communicator 5 by reading these guides.
Learn how to use the new adaptive buttons on the I-13 and I-16 using the Communicator 5 software.
Learn how to add page sets for emergent, symbolic, and literate users in the Communicator 5 software.
Use our Getting Started Guide to learn more about Communicator 5.
Learn how to use the Partner Window in the I-13 and I-16 using the Communicator 5 software.
Use these training cards to get started with Communicator 5.
This guide will help you get started with the Communicator 5 software.
Use these documents and videos to learn more about the Windows Access options, including the Windows Mouse Page Sets and C5 Windows Control Page Set.
Use these documents to help you get started with eye gaze.
Use this quick tool to find the gaze interaction settings for our different types of software.
Learn how to program IR (Infrared) devices to your I-13 or I-16 device using Snap Core First and Communicator 5.
Get started with recording and uploading sound files, managing (editing) recordings, and using the recordings with Communicator 5.
Learn more about the I-13 and I-16 speech generating devices that feature the world's leading eye tracker.
This easy to use document offers tips for managing fatigue for an eye gaze user.
Learn about positioning, mounting, and calibration for eye tracking.
TD Control is an intuitive way of managing your computer using eye gaze. Read our guides to learn more.
Use this guide to get started using message banking with TD Snap.
When planning for message banking, use this document to get you thinking about what you would like to record.
Listen to audio recordings of interviews with the experts on AAC and ALS including Adina Bradshaw, Susan Fager, and Lisa Bardach.
Learn about the accessible apps for Communicator 5 by watching these short videos.
Watch these short videos to learn more about Communicator 5, an AAC software solution that converts text into clear speech.
Learn about software options for using eye gaze to access your Windows computer directly from Communicator 5.
Learn how to download your professional's trial of Communicator 5.
Learn how to upload your recordings to a free online message bank as well as how to download them into Communicator 5 to use on your device.
TD Control is a way of managing your computer using eye gaze. Watch our short videos to learn how to use the tools.
Get started with your new I-Series.
Access methods help individuals with physical challenges communicate and manage their daily life.
Learn more about the Communicator 5 software.