Access Devices

Access Devices for AAC, Computers & Environmental Control Systems

Veterans with physical disabilities often rely on technology to function in their daily lives. Access devices play a critical role in bridging the gap between the technology and the user.  They provide an external means of operating AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication), computer access, and environmental control systems. Access device examples include the following:
  • Alternate keyboards
  • Joysticks
  • Trackballs
  • Head tracking systems
  • Eye gaze/tracking systems
  • Switches (both mechanical and EMG)
  • Wide grip stylus

Some of our most popular access devices include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Headmouse Nano
  • Optima Joystick
  • Quha Zono head tracking system
  • Various switches

Bluetooth, RF (radio frequency), and USB are the most common connectivity methods for access devices.

Contact the AT4Vets by Key Technologies Team to Learn More About Access Devices and Other Innovative Assisted Technology for Veterans and VAMCs.

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