DynaVox communication solutions such as the Maestro, Xpress, M3, Vmax+ and EyeMax
System are designed to meet the needs of individuals with traumatic brain injury.
These devices encourage and support social interaction and participation at home,
school, work and in the community. They also provide the access tools that individuals
with exceptional physical access issues need to send e-mail, control their computer
and operate appliances.
InterAACt, the language framework on all DynaVox products, meets the needs of those
living with the effects of traumatic brain injury by providing the messages needed
to say, WHAT They Want, HOW They Want and WHEN They Want.
In addition to communication, InterAACt also supports the rebuilding of language
skills and addresses physical access needs - on a long- or short-term basis.
With a host of word prediction options and a keyboard, Gateway Pro provides a world
of communication on one screen.
With features like the photo album on Maestro, individuals can add their own pictures to communicate what they need.
With powerful remote control options, TVs, music players and other remote controlled appliances can be operated by a communication device.
DynaVox products combine powerful hardware with robust software that work together
to enable individuals living with complex communication and access needs to not
only communicate with others by voice, phone and e-mail, but also control their
environment and maintain greater independence - regardless of how they are physically
accessing the communication device.