For children with severe forms of cerebral palsy that are unable to talk, eye-gaze tablets designed to track and interpret eye movement on a screen may help them to communicate. By looking at keys or images displayed on a special tablet, patients can type a message or select phrases to generate speech. “It gives you a chance to have a life like everybody else,” said pediatric neurologist and physical therapist Dr. Jan Brunstrom-Hernandez. She notes that eye-gaze technology has given her patients independence and has changed their lives.
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