This is a video Christopher Hills made as part of a presentation he gave to Alberta Education.
An overview of three ways Switch Control can work to suit different needs.
Spinal Vein K takes on the Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven with an iPad, Garageband, SampleWiz, and two fingers!
iPhone and iPad app based on guide created by Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
A new iPhone and iPad app enables people with spinal cord damage to access information that will help them get their lives back on track after a life-changing injury.
The app was created by Apps-House and Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA). It is based on ‘Back on Track’, a guide to life after a spinal cord injury, developed by SCIA.
Spinal injury patients with limited hand function are able to access the internet through modified iPads
Spinal patients at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney are using modified iPads to help them browse the Web and connect with family and friends.
The specially configured iPads have been modified for the needs of patients with paraplegia and tetraplegia, who often spend around six to nine months in hospital undergoing rehabilitation after an accident.