Where Technology Meets Business

Our Mission:


We help people with physical disabilities to become independent and express their thoughts & emotions intuitively.



We believe that everyone has the right to live their life to the fullest. Wanting to help people do just that, we provide them with the tools to communicate, become independent and do what they once were able to do or never thought possible.

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What is augmentative and alternative communication (AAC)?

Communication is a vital part of life. Often, people with speech and/or motor disabilities are left in silence because they do not have the tools needed to communicate and participate in the world around them. This is where AAC comes in.

AAC is any method [device / system / technique] that helps a person with significant communication challenges communicate more effectively.

We have helped people with,

  • Developmental disability (e.g. autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome)

  • Acquired disability (e.g. stroke, brain injury)

  • Degenerative condition (e.g. ALS, Parkinson’s, MS)

  • A need for supplemented speech (e.g. semi-intelligible speech, laryngectomy)

  • A need for temporary speech until normal speech returns (e.g. tracheostomy, mechanical ventilation).

User Stories


Shishur Sevay - Kolkata

Girls who could not speak or use their hands now voice their thoughts, their needs, there likes and dislikes. They can speak up in class. They can make you laugh and make you cry.

The Tobii Eye tracker has changed the lives of these girls and the people around them.

Everyone, regardless of physical or cognitive ability, needs a way to communicate, have access to education and have control of everyday technology.