Clear, practical advice on daily living equipment for young people
These switches, adaptors and switch accessories enable children with limited movements to operate toys, communication equipment, page turners and other electronic equipment.
They can be operated by many parts of the body including the hand, foot, head, chin, knee or by sucking and puffing on a mouthpiece. They can be mounted on flexible bracket stands for use in a wheelchair, bed or chair. It is recommended that your child's occupational therapist is involved in deciding on the positioning of the switch and type of switch used.