The NeuroSwitch is an assistive device for people living with conditions causing paralysis, loss of motor control, and loss of speech.

The NeuroSwitch lets you use your brain’s EMG signals to control your computer. It’s assistive communication technology (AAC) for people with conditions such as:

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and Motor Neuron Disease (MND)
  • Locked-in Syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury (SCI)
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Aphasia/Stroke

If you or someone you care for is using a ventilator due to a condition not listed above, you may also find the NeuroSwitch to be the best assistive device for communication.

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Learn about people with paralysis using the NeuroSwitch

Gary Griffin

WOWTV Omaha tells the story of US Air Force veteran Gary Griffin, who had ALS and used the NeuroSwitch to communicate.

Glenn Sargood

Peter S. Ford visits the home of the Sargood family. Glenn Sargood has MND and uses the NeuroSwitch to communicate and play with his kids.

Joost Hartog

Amsterdam artist Joost Hartog suffered a diving accident in 1988 which left him diagnosed as quadriplegic. Until he used the NeuroSwitch, he believed he had no controllable muscular signals in his arms at all. This video shows Joost in his first session with NeuroSwitch, and what he discovered.