Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease of the central nervous system that slows down, hinders or blocks the transmission of nerve impulses between cells through inflammatory processes. Depending on the location and extent of damage to the myelin sheaths of nerves, it can be manifested by different symptoms: problems with motor skills, coordination and balance, muscle weakness, vision problems, weakened senses, fatigue, dizziness, speech disorders. This disease occurs in all age groups.

Electronic assistants from the range of Tobii Dynavox products and products for computer access

For people who have speech difficulties or cannot speak, the Servus electronic assistant will be complemented by the Communicator 5 assisted communication software.

Devices that facilitate access to a computer for people with multiple sclerosis are IntegraMouse Plus , Quha Zono and Trackball devices .