Did you know your facility or organization could qualify for a independence grant to help you purchase the autonoME Hospital ECU system and/or the autonoMEgo for the patients you serve? In fact, Accessibility Services, Inc. (ASI) has worked with two facilities who have applied for independence grants to help fund their autonoME ECU in hospital devices.
If you represent and organization or facility that provides assistive technology for individual with quadriplegias and individuals with debilitating diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and wish to implement the autonoME Hospital ECU or portable autonoMEgo, then consider applying for a independence grant to help offset some of the cost. Examples of independence grants include those offered by the Christopher and Dana Reeves Foundation and Craig H. Neilsen Foundation.
The autonoME Hospital is the world’s first device offering both augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and environmental control tools while seamlessly incorporating all available adaptive access methods and providing a fully integrated television experience. The autonoME Hospital features a single 22” all-in-one monitor specially designed for hospitals, spinal cord injury units and rehabilitation facilities.
ASI has been a leading provider of custom environmental control unit/speech generating device solutions for individuals with the severest of disabilities for more than three decades. If you have not considered an autonoME in the past, we encourage you to schedule a complimentary demonstration with one of our product representatives today.