Bridges News — eye gaze

RSS
Grid 3 Now Available in Canada!

Grid 3 Now Available in Canada! 0

Bridges is thrilled to announce that the most advanced AAC and alternative access software out there, the Grid 3, is now available in Canada.

Breakthrough features and a simply elegant user interface give the Grid 3 unmatched ease-of-editing for the support team, with powerful access and communication tools for all communicators.

6 + 1 Super Cool AT stories from 2016 ATIA conference 0

This year's Assistive Technology Industry Association's conference in Orlando turned out to be a really exciting few days. We got to attend sessions, meet with our manufacturing partners and prowl the massive exhibit hall hunting for cool stuff.

This year, the weather was unseasonably hot outside (peaking at 27C. Most years, the weather is more like Vancouver in November, than Toronto in June) and freezing in the halls with the air conditioning on max.

Despite the contradictory conditions we layered-up and tracked down what we think are the neatest AT developments at this year's ATIA. Here they are.
EyeLearn complete eye gaze for the Classroom is here.

EyeLearn complete eye gaze for the Classroom is here. 0

Bridges has launched our EyeLearn Classroom packages, and we’re excited to share the news! Both EyeLearn systems, Rolling Mount and Desk Mount, are now available in our web store.
Eye Gaze packages trialled in Toronto classrooms

Eye Gaze packages trialled in Toronto classrooms 0

It’s the first day of school for a student in grade 1 who is non-verbal, who has complex cognitive and physical learning needs with an IEP that includes “deaf-blind” in its description.

Where do you begin?

In a trial that started in May 2015, Bridges supplied eye gaze systems in a number of classrooms in Toronto area schools. These were designated special needs classrooms in schools that had increased supports for students with more complex instructional needs.