EagleEyes is for individuals who have limited to no intentional muscular control but have control of their eye movement. Some of the diagnosis that fall into this category are: stroke, traumatic brain injury, Rett syndrome, neurological disorders, spinal muscular atrophy and severe cerebral palsy.
In many cases using EagleEyes is the first time these individuals have been able to establish cause and effect, communicate and act independently of anyone assisting them.
What is EagleEyes?
EagleEyes is an innovative technology developed at Boston College that enables communication and learning primarily with individuals who have congenital severe special needs. These individuals are most often non-verbal, paralyzed, and at most have a "Yes/No" method of communicating with those around them. Generally this is used with individuals whose only controlled muscular movement is their eyes.
EagleEyes is used for recreation, communication, education, cause and effect, revealing a user's true intelligence, eye strength training, focus training, and learning to use the eyes for communicating.
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