Control Bionics and Help ALS Speak, a 501 (c)3 Organization dedicated to helping people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), recently partnered to bring awareness and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) solutions to people living with ALS.
Catherine Whitcher, founder of the Master IEP Coach® Mentorship + Network and host of the Special Education Inner Circle Podcast, spoke about Control Bionics’ NeuroNode Trilogy in her latest episode. Listen now!
Control Bionics participated in an eye control typing test at ASHA hosted by Team Gleason – and won! Learn more about the competition.
Before Obi and the NeuroNode Trilogy, mealtimes were frustrating. Kemal relied on one of his family members to feed him, making it harder for them to eat as a family. But with this combination of assistive technology and the help of Mater, he is able to eat and communicate independently.
This year, Control Bionics was honored to be included in the annual listing of 20 companies that are at the forefront of providing Medtech Year End Special Solutions and impacting the industry.
On Wednesday, Control Bionics CEO, Rob Wong, was a guest on the Speak Up Podcast, discussing voice banking for people faced with losing their ability to speak.
Control Bionics CTO, James Schorey, and Sales Director, Meagan Koeneman, talked to NPR’s Cool Science Radio about the technology behind the NeuroNode Trilogy, who benefits from these products, and the importance of communication at the human level.
Control Bionics CEO Rob Wong sat down with the podcast Fear and Greed this week to discuss how Control Bionics helps patients with some of the most debilitating conditions to communicate.