EADL Devices

Electronic aids to daily living (EADL's), also known as ECU (Environmental Control Unit) are a means to interact and manipulate one or more electronic appliance as: a television, radio, CD player, lights, and fan etc. This is accomplished using voice activation, switch access, a computer interface, and adaptations such as X-10 units. Several devices are capable of continuous control. For example, continuous control is: lowering and raising of the volume on a television, or dimming of a light. Here, several of these devices are listed and explained. http://abilityhub.org/electronic-aids-to-daily-living/eadl-devices/