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Tobii Dynavox

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2100 Wharton Street, Suite 400,
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Tobii Dynavox is the leading provider of touch and eye tracking based assistive technology hardware and software for those with communication and mobility impairments. Tobii Dynavox has helped thousands of individuals with disabilities such as aphasia, autism, cerebral palsy, Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), muscular dystrophy, Rett syndrome and spinal cord injury lead fuller and richer lives. For over three decades, the company has stood at the forefront of assistive technology and continues to push the boundaries of what is possible for delivering the most advanced, effective and empowering communication and computer access tools available. For more information, please visit

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