The FotoDialer is an automatic dialer designed for use by individuals with cognitive or memory disabilities, visual disabilities, or fine motor disabilities. This device enables users to dial an analog telephone without using the standard keypad. The FotoDialer has six plastic pages, each of holds 24 pictures of people, places, or symbols that illustrate the person or organization that a phone number contacts. The user presses the button adjacent to a picture to dial the corresponding telephone
Speakerphone with automatic memory dialer. Transmitter can answer automatically, enable user to answer manually, or call emergency number from anywhere in room. Accessories: smoke detector which will activate emergency call, battery and charger. Transmitter operates on one 9 volt battery. See separate entries for lever switch, pneumatic switch.
The Help Dialer 700 is an automatic memory emergency dialer designed for users with cognitive or memory disabilities, visual disabilities, or fine motor disabilities. The dialer is designed to call up to three phone numbers and play the user's personalized emergency messages. The device works by pressing the panic button and help is called. When a call is received the receiver simply presses any button on their phone and opens the full two-way communication through the built in speakerphone from
The Possum Sero! Remote Control Phone with Built-In-AAC is designed for use by individuals with speech and communication disabilities to communicate crucial messages over the telephone. The Sero is a hands-free infrared telephone which provides 50 user-recordable phrases (each 60 seconds long) that allows people with partial or no voice to communicate pre-set messages over the telephone. It also features Secure Spoken Identity (SSI) that uses caller ID services to speak the name of the person c