Tablet access is an essential aid for people with limited hand use. Our telescoping stylus is mounted on a sturdy headpiece and works with the slightest touch on your tablet, smartphone or computer. The headpiece has a ratchet adjustment knob that allows you to dial your head size for a perfect fit. Foam inserts on the front and back provides comfort.
Headpiece adjusts from 6″ to 8″ in diameter; Stylus adjusts from 8″ to 20″L. Weight: ½ lb.
The Griffin Mouthstick is a capacitive touchscreen stylus that is designed to be held in the mouth. Using this stylus, persons with limited or no use of their hands can enjoy the advantages of touchscreen interfaces on smartphones and tablet devices.
Comfort and Control
The comfortable Y-shaped stainless steel mouthpiece is designed for comfort, stability, and control. BPA-free removable cushion sleeves allow a secure non-fatiguing grip on the mouthstick that’s easy to maintain without strain during extended use, and easy to keep clean.
Balanced with the iPad user in mind
Unlike other mouthsticks, the Griffin Mouthstick Stylus is designed and engineered for both touchscreen and Home Button manipulation. It returns total control of the iPad user experience to those with motor disabilities. The conductive rubber tip works with all capacitive touchscreens commonly found on tablets and mobile devices.
The flexible aluminum gooseneck shaft allows each user to set the tip angle that’s most natural, most comfortable, and most effective. The lightweight aluminum shaft at the end of the food-grade stainless steel mouthpiece confers the delicate balance needed for fine control of both buttons and touchscreen.
Choose your length – from 2″ to 19″ to use touch screens.
75 film clips cover various categories where 8 of the 10 categories are dedicated to common life skills such as putting on your shoes, putting on a hat. Each film clip lasts approximately 5 – 10 seconds. When the switch is pressed the first time, the title of the clip is displayed in large letters on the top of the screen and a human voice announces the title. When the switch is pressed the second time, the movie begins playing.