Bridges is excited to announce that the Tobii C15 powerful, integrated, full featured, Windows based speech generating device and its optional CEye eyegaze control unit are now listed in the Ontario Ministry of Health’s ADP (Assistive Devices Program) catalogue. ADP is a program that provides financial support to the acquisition of communication and other medical devices in Ontario.
C15 and CEye are one of several different speech generating and access devices available through ADP. Others can be found in the documents freely available on the Health and Long-term Care website here.
The Tobii C15 communication device is especially suitable for users who are not ambulatory or who use a wheelchair. Together with the optional eye control module, the Tobii CEye, the C15 is appropriate for users who have limited or no use of hands or other body parts. For example:
- Users in the early and late phases of ALS
- Individuals with Cerebral Palsy
- People who have suffered from stroke/aphasia