Our highest priority continues to be the health & well-being of our clients alongside their caregivers and clinicians.  As we navigate the evolving impact of COVID-19 on our communities, we want to partner with SLPs, OTs, and ATPs anywhere in the United States as they transition to Telepractice AAC assessments using our Trial Device Pool pre-loaded with HIPPA compliant videoconferencing software.

Once a client has been identified who could potentially benefit from the device, the clinician can reach out to our team to request a device trial. In just three simple steps you and your client will be on the path to their new communication device!

One. Two. Three

STEP 1: SELECT YOUR EQUIPMENT

Control Bionics is able to provide two communication systems available for remote assessment and trial. These trials may include mounting equipment if requested or required.

•NeuroNode CCS (an iOS-based communication solution)

•NeuroNode Trilogy (a Windows-based communication solution)

Both systems come preloaded with HIPPA compliant remote support software which allows our team to video conference and/or control the user’s computer while simultaneously providing support!

STEP 2: SET A DATE

Once the trial device has been selected, we will work with you and your client to select an available timeframe for the trial. After a date has been selected we will get to work customizing and shipping your equipment! In the meantime, our team will work to coordinate the assesment with the client and clinician.

STEP 3: SAY HELLO!

During the assessment, our team will remotely assist in setting up the system with the remote support software.

The system will allow our team to work with you face-to-face while also providing support with any editing, adjusting, or troubleshooting.

Hello. G'Day Mate.

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