Occupational therapists work in a wide range of public and private settings including community health centres, public and private hospitals, aged care facilities, education facilities, mental health settings, correctional institutions, universities and research facilities. They play a particularly crucial role in enabling people experiencing disabilities to experience a good quality of life.
The ReaderPen is essential assistive technology for those with reading issues and difficulties. The pen may be suitable for young people and adults with:
The ReaderPen converts text to speech and reads the words out to those with reading difficulties, such as dyslexia. It is recommended by dyslexia organisations around the world. The pen is approximately the size of a highlighter and allows the user to read independently, promoting confidence and improving comprehension.
Watch the short video prepared by TADWA - Technology for Ageing and Disability WA. TADWA - Nathan Ball's Story (2:35)
We are NDIS Registered and can help process the NDIS claims as required for your client.
There are 3 separate areas where someone on a NDIS plan could potentially claim
for a ReaderPen.
Consumables (Core Category)
Assistive Technology (Capital Support Category)
Improved Daily Living - CB Daily Activity (Capacity Building Category)
Are you a practitioner? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you are eligible to have a free trial of the pen.
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