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What people are saying about Tecla
"My son, 16 years old with cerebral palsy, RANG ME for the first time ever, using an iPhone and Tecla Shield. Does anyone have tissues?"
– Tamara Hills, Australia
"Love, love, love the Tecla Shield! It is incredibly exciting for me to be able to read for the first time in thirteen years."
– Susan Dickinson, United States
"The tablet is literally the control center of my entire life. Apart from the obvious uses, I use my tablet for all home automation functions. Without it, I would not have the independence that I now enjoy.”
– Michael Ogg, United States
"The Tecla Shield DOS has indeed changed my life. I was looking for some time for a tool to control an iPad with a single button via scanning."
– Marc Duchi, Belgium
"I use the Tecla to control both my Macs to edit videos, run my business, communicate with people all over the world, play games and browse the Internet."
– Christopher Hills, Australia
“My confidence was built around the durability of the product. It has a large battery. And Tecla has thoroughly demonstrated that the product is sound."
– Todd Stabelfeldt, United States
Life changes in many ways
iOS or Android - take your pick
Wheelchair or switch control
A magic dragon? The captain of a pirate's ship? A royal with their very own castle? Those are all costumes that Ryan and Lana Weimer, the founders of Magic Wheelchair, have created for their children who have spinal muscular atrophy, as well as for other children around the world who require the use of wheelchairs.
Over the summer, Ian Mackay accomplished something that most people would find daunting. Starting in Port Angeles, WA, he spent 10 days traveling by wheelchair to arrive in Portland, OR. During that time, he raised over $11,000 and was even named "Washingtonian of the Day."
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