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Tecla-e is a cloud-connected assistive device that provides users access and control of their smart devices and environment through ability switches and wheelchair driving controls. Tecla-e can pair with up to 8 different Bluetooth-compatible devices or Internet-enabled appliances and the user can switch between them by pressing and holding one of their switches. Tecla-e is a light touch button that contains location, temperature, motion, and ambient light sensors. The information gathered by these sensors can be uploaded to the cloud and accessed through the Tecla app. The user can make this information available to family and caregiver who have also downloaded the app for extra peace of mind. The Tecla app is an additional service that gives users the freedom to be creative with their smart home devices. Users have the option to activate commands through the Tecla-e itself or through buttons on the app.

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Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST)

Florida Alliance for Assistive Services & Technology

820 E Park Ave, D-200, Tallahassee, Florida 32301

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Email: info@FAAST.org

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The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. (FAAST) is administered through the Florida Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and is federally funded by the Administration on Community Living under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364).

Since its onset in 1994, FAAST has been and remains a resource to provide Floridians free access to information, referral services, educational programs, and funding opportunities for assistive technology.

Tecla-e available in the lending library at FAAST.org