Electronic Aids for Daily Living (EADL):
EADLs are devices and systems that help individuals with a disability gain better control over their environment. These devices are created to meet a variety of needs such as providing voice activation and tongue touch for people with spinal cord injuries.
Products such as ActiveHome, which works with your computer to control your home’s lighting and appliances, can make everyday living a good deal easier. Speaker telephones provide hands-free access to your phone, and products like ERICA give you the ability to control your computer with just your eyes.
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