Switches can allow users, including those with severe and profound difficulties to use technology to communicate, have fun, learn and take control. Browse this section for resources on the switches Lifelites has provided to hospices.
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The switch is light and easy to operate. It is used with a wireless receiver that plugs into the PC with a USB cable and can be programmed to switch in place of any keyboard control.
The it-Click-On and it-Click-on Plus allows you to turn almost any electrical device into a switch operated device. Give children and young people that can operate a basic switch the opportunity and control to turn on and off lights or sensory equipment, help with domestic activities such as vacuuming or cooking, take control of personal care activites such using the hairdryer.
The Gooshy Switch is a soft, textured gel pad that when pressed activates music, vibration and lights from the switch as well as activating the switch effect on the PC.
The iSwitch is a bluetooth switch that enables switch access to your iPad.
The Candy Corn Proximity Sensor Switch is highly sensitive and requires zero pressure to activate; just wave your hand or other part of your body within 10 millimetres of the switch to activate. Visual and auditory feedback is provided when activated.
BIG Step-by-Step Choice with Levels provides an exciting option for easy-tech, quick-ready communication. Record up to 9 seperate words, phrases or sounds. The device has 4 minutes of recording time. Can be used for communication, making choices, interactive and sensory stories and much more.