Testimonials About Using EagleEyes
"Mandi loves Eagle Eyes! She has become more vocal since using it. She loves to color her own pictures and pop the bubbles" (alien game with bubble picture) She is very proud of the ability play games, music, and draw on her own."
"I have recently received an Eagle Eyes System to use in my classroom, and I am loving it!! I have 3 non-verbal/non communicative students that I have found are able to use the system with a high level of accuracy. This system has given me a way to more effectively communicate, teach, and assess my students. It has given them more independence, freedom, and control over their environment. They are able to paint, create, make choices, and communicate more independently than they have ever been able to before. Eagle Eyes is a great tool and I am so excited to continue using it to expand the world of my students!"
"Eagle Eyes offers so much. For my nephew Mitchy, it offers the hope that he can enjoy something and communicate with us in a very unique way. It gives us a chance to praise him for, what would appear to be, small accomplishments. For us they are huge."
"Through Eagle Eyes, our daughter has found a new world that she previously was not able to enjoy. She loves playing through music, sound, and images and constantly has a smile on her face when she is playing with her system. It has been a big blessing for our little girl."
"It is amazing to watch Tyler do EagleEyes! He is playing games and it is great to see the joy on his face when he accomplishes the goal. I am SO excited to see Tyler improve and the possibilities for him seem endless."
"Through using EagleEyes with typically developing peer partners, our students at Hartvigsen have enjoyed interacting with the technology itself and interactions with their peer mentors. This has been a win-win model."
"Eagleeyes has given Angel independence. When she is using the system, she knows she is the one controlling the mouse and loves that she has the ability to do it on her own. It had also helped her in her daily life because she knows her eyes can speak for her and she can use them to point at objects or words."
"Eagles Eyes has taken one of our students from a "ragdoll" position in a wheelchair and woke him up to where he expresses his wants and needs and looks at people. It made a tremendous change in his life."