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Equipment for communication

Assessment by a speech pathologist will determine the most suitable communication aids and equipment for each individual. Occupational therapists can also be involved in assessment and set up of communication aids. Some states have specialist organisations which assess technology needs.
MNDA regional advisors can assist with referral for assessment and with provision of approriate equipment from the MND association.
Communication aids and equipment that may assist people living with MND during their activities of daily living.
  • hands-free telephone
  • call bells
  • personal alarms
  • magic slates/Etch A Sketch/Magna Doodle boards
  • computerised communication aids including light touch keyboards and voice synthesisers
  • eye-gaze boards
  • computer programs
  • voice amplifiers
  • tablet computers

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