Environmental Control Solutions
Toby Churchill Ltd provides specialised systems which give people who have limited physical ability more independence to do everyday tasks, such as opening the door and switching the lights on.
This can benefit people with Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis, Motor Neurone Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Injury, Muscular Dystrophy, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Multiple System Atrophy (MSA).
Take control in your home
We provide a small, all-in-one portable device which can allow you to take control of your day-to-day life.
- Open doors and windows
- Control your electric chair and bed
- Make calls using mobile and landline phones
- Operate power sockets for lamps, fans etc
- Access your computer
- Control your television and radio
Watch this video demonstration of Sam, who controls doors, lights and home appliances using a single switch:
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“Many thanks for the time put into getting things right, much appreciated and the Omni is making a real difference.” - Sam Johnstone
We will set up a new system in your home to suit your requirements
- We programe your device precisely to meet your needs and install any additional equipment required
- A variety of input methods can be set up, such as; pressing a switch by hand, foot or head; operating a sip/puff switch by mouth; accessing the touch screen with a finger or stylus
- The interface can be accessed through icons, text, or recorded auditory prompts for those with poor vision
- Device can be mounted or handheld
To find out more...
If you are interested and would like to arrange a consultation, please contact us by phoning 01954 281210 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a site visit and quotation.
Normally a system can be installed in just one day. The price includes 12 months support if you should need the system adjusted as your needs change.
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