Giving Voice to People Living with CP: Meet Ryan

When Ryan was growing up, he wasn’t able to hit a lot of the milestones, said his mother Cindy, and he was eventually diagnosed with cerebral palsy. But she knew he was in there. Ryan is now 21 years old and very social, especially with the help of his NeuroNode Duo.

Language at Last: A Cerebral Palsy Case Study

In this new case study, we explore how the therapy team worked together to understand his movement patterns and specifically wrist rotation motion so the NeuroNode could be activated and programmed to his abilities, and how the real Ryan was able to shine through.

NYC Department of Education: NeuroNode in the Classroom

Successful NeuroNode Performance Trial with Maeve, a 3rd Grade Student with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), Leads to Acquisition of seven NeuroNodes by NYC DOE’s Center for Assistive Technology (CAT) for students in the New York City Education System.(Video News Release (VNR) Available for Free Download from WebAble.TV) NEW YORK, NY – Dec.12, 2018 – The New York […]

Kristin Harley: Communicating in the ICU with NeuroNode

communicating with Kristen Harley

Kristin Harley, diagnosed with motor neurone disease in early 2013, makes the tough choice to have a tracheostomy. While she has been using the NeuroNode at home for the past several months to control text, text-to-speech, emails, and more – she now needs it as she recovers from surgery in the ICU at Macquarie University. SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Dec.3, […]