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GlassOuse assistive device for people with limited hand function

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The GlassOuse wearable assistive device helps people with different disabilities access technology.  Those with limited hand function can now enjoy using various Bluetooth enabled devices including laptops, PCs, tablets, smartphones, TVs and smart homes.

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The device is user-friendly and hands-free, designed to easily connect gadgets via Bluetooth. Once it is connected, a cursor appears on the screen, which is controlled by head movements and biting the mouth switch.

It can be used by people who have affected movement including those with traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and amputation.

Among the features are:

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  • Quick response time
  • Lightweight at 50g
  • Wide viewing angle
  • Smart battery with sleep mode
  • Sensitivity adjustment to catch movements
  • Private use mouthpiece
  • Non-carcinogenic materials with CE and RoHS certification.

The device is available exclusively through Peak Care members.

To locate the nearest distributor go to: www.peak-care.com.au/index.php/distributors

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