BJLive!

C/ Mare de Déu de Coll 70, 08023 Barcelona
Spain

Hall map

REHACARE 2018 hall map (Hall 5): stand A31

Fairground map

REHACARE 2018 fairground map: Hall 5

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.05  Computer and aids for using computers
  • 05.05.05  Alternative input devices

Alternative input devices

  • 11  Physical training, physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • 11.08  Cognitive therapy

Cognitive therapy

  • 11  Physical training, physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • 11.18  Snoezel equipment

Our products

Product category: Alternative input devices

BJOY Ring BJ-885

Turn your wheelchair's joystick into a mouse
BJOY Ring is a USB device that converts your wheelchair's joystick into a mouse to control your computer and compatible tablets and smartphones.

With no additional adjustment, you can control and access all your favourite programmes and applications.

The mouse clicks can be done with the external switches that you prefer.

BJOY Ring is compatible with all the wheelchairs and does not interfere with its operation. Simply lift the handle of the joystick, fit the ring and return the handle. You can see the video tutorial on installing the BJOY Ring.

It is part of the BJOY range of products: can be tailored to the user needs and capabilities and the operation can be customized using the BJOY Software.

Suitable for
  • Physical disabilities: spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS, neuromuscular disorders...
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Brain injuries: ictus, traumatic brain injury...

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Product category: Snoezel equipment

Fibre optics shower with lightsource BJ-ETFDFO

Stunning light effect coming from the sky
The fibre optic cascade amazes us with its lighting effect, whether we are sitting or standing. It stimulates proprioception and body awareness. Contact with the optical fibres helps us to perceive different parts of our body. Ideal for learning cause and effect, recognizing colors and activities that encourage communication.

The fibre optic cascade can be suspended from the ceiling to form a circle, curtain or beam shape. Supplied with 200 x 3 m fibre optic strands, light source and ceiling mount.

Suitable for
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Brain injuries: ictus, traumatic brain injury...
  • Learning disabilities
  • The Elderly
  • Visual impairment

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Product category: Snoezel equipment

Vibroacoustic Comfort seat BJ-EMAS-V

A comfort that embraces your body and allows to feel the vibration. 
Designed to feel the vibration of the music or the video sounds running through your body.

The comfort chair is designed with the perfect combination of foam and bean bag filling, allowing the user to sit on a stable base and feel gently enveloped by the comfortable backrest.

This comfortable seat provides a feeling of well-being and encourages a desire to communicate and learn.

Suitable for
  • Physical disabilities: spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS, neuromuscular disorders...
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Brain injuries: ictus, traumatic brain injury...
  • Learning disabilities
  • The Elderly

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About us

Company details

The mission of BJLive! is is to provide products, services and technology that improve the quality of life of any person with disabilities.

We are pioneers in improving the autonomy of people with disabilities, their possibilities of communication and their access to work and leisure.

BJLive! is the international brand of BJ Adaptaciones, the leading company in Spain in the manufacture and distribution of assistive technology. Since 2002, we have designed, developed, distributed and installed solutions that help people with physical or intellectual disabilities to achieve greater independence.

Our Barcelona-based company offers a full range of products that adapt to the specific needs of each person, allowing him or her to interact and engage with the environment, to learn and to be as autonomous as possible. Our products range from those allowing access to social networks, via smartphones or tablets, to those that create multisensory spaces and control the environment.

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