Who We Help

Each and every client is unique.

A solution that changes as needs evolve

For people living with condition such as ALS/MND, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Cerebral Palsy, and Spinal Cord Injury

People Living with


Since our initial days in R+D, Control Bionics has worked with clients living with MND / ALS.

Working with this particular patient population has driven Control Bionics to develop solutions, like the NeuroNode Trilogy, that aim to reduce user fatigue while increasing communication speed in a onetime funded system that changes alongside the clients needs.

People Living with

Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)

As our technology has been developed we have worked with those young and old, in the US and across the globe, who are living with SMA.

One of our longest partners in the development of the NeuroNode, Michael Philips, used our system for control and communication for nearly a decade. While one of our youngest clients, Meave Coffeey, used our communication solution to ensure her voice could be heard in her New York classroom.

People Living with

Cerebral Palsy (CP)

Individuals living with CP can have unique access and communication challenges.

Often times traditional switches require maximum effort while more advanced eye tracking solutions can be problematic due to seating positions and muscle spasticity. The latest NeuroNode development, Spatial Control, is designed specifically with these users in mind!

People Living with


While Control Bionics first developed our technology to help Veterans returning from service with Spinal Cord Injuries it’s still a client group that is near and dear to our hearts.

Our partnership with the Veteran’s Health Administration has allowed us to service those clients with TBI and SCI in the US; while our product suitability allows us to serve this patient population around the world.

And More

The above diagnoses are just a few of the common diagnoses we’ve worked with over the years. Some other conditions we’ve provided communication solutions for include Friedreich’s Ataxia, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Stroke, and Guillain-Barré Syndrome.

“When we build ramps, we reduce disability. We meet the client where they are.”

– Jill Adlin, M.A., CCC-SLP

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