Geraes Tecnologia Assistiva VLS Representa coes Comerciais Eirelli ME of Belo Horizonte - MG at REHACARE 2017 in Düsseldorf -- REHACARE Trade Fair

Geraes Tecnologia Assistiva VLS Representa coes Comerciais Eirelli ME

R. Sao Sebastiao do Paraiso 51a, 31710-080 Belo Horizonte - MG
Brazil

Telephone +55 3134 951497
geraes@geraestec.com.br

This company is co-exhibitor of
ABIMO Brazilian Medical Devices Manufacturers Association

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REHACARE 2017 hall map (Hall 5): stand J18

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REHACARE 2017 fairground map: Hall 5

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.05  Computer and aids for using computers
  • 05.05.03  Aids for keyboard control

Aids for keyboard control

Our products

Product category: Aids for keyboard control

a-blinX

Empower yourself in a blink of an eye with a-blinX.

Control the keyboard and mouse of Key-X

Activate virtual keyboards and alternative communication software

Turn on toys and other devices adapted for the disabled

a-blinX extends the communication options to individuals with severe motor challenges through the blinking of the eyes.

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Product category: Aids for keyboard control

Simplix

Easy. Functional. Simplix. Explore the fullest of Key-X capabilities to:
 
  • Scholar Inclusion
  • Alternative Communication
  • Learning and rehabilitation activities
Simplix is a computer software created to improve the learning and communication possibilities of Key-X users.
 
 

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About us

Company details

The Innovative Concept Behind Gleison’s Keyboard

Due to complications in childbirth, Gleison Fernandes de Faria, known as Gleisinho, was born with cerebral palsy. This permanently compromised his fine motor skills, speech and balance.

Gleisinho studied at his town’s Association of Friends and Parents of Disabled Children (APAE), in Itauna, Minas Gerais, Brasil and, as a high achiever, attended a regular high school. Fond of computers from a young age, Gleisinho decided to study Computer Science at the University of Itaúna, and he timely graduated.

Towards the end of his studies, during all of which he had been wearing a helmet fitted with a pointer to use the computer, Gleisinho decided to develop a more appropriate tool for people with similar functional limitations. From his early tests, many in the form of primitive keyboards, he finally reached a design which he presented as his term project, in the form of a device he named Combinatorial Iconographic Keyboard.

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