Telephone for persons without arm/hand function

Telephone does not work satisfactorily for persons without arm/hand function

User with mobile phone and headset
User with mobile phone and headset

The user mostly uses the mobile phone with headset. Hen can answer the phone indepndently, but he cannot make calls independently. At work the switchboard is linked to mobile phones. Therefore he avoids having two different headsets.

Users comments
The user would really like to have a sensible mobile phone that can be controlled by a device such as the Gewa transmitter.
He would like to have a wireless headset that works with both the home phone and the mobile phone.

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The user

Editors comments
Now Abilia, abilia.com/intl sells a new transmitter ‘GEWA Connect’ which has a built-in mobile phone, last checked March 2020.

This tip is from 2006

Tipsare: Martin

Martin lives together with his wife in a house. He is working part time. He was injured in 2000 and has a high tetraplegia (C4). He has personal assistance 24 hours a day.