Several people at the prosquared launch event looking at an Ear Switch poster.

People with disabilities like Motor Neurone Disease or Cerebral Palsy, which can effect mobility and speech, may experience difficulty accessing communication aids. EarSwitch has developed an innovative technology to improve access using just a tiny muscle in the ear.

To see how it works, watch the video below for a demonstration by EarSwitch founder and member of the pro² network, Nick Gompertz. Nick also discusses some of the challenges they’ve faced moving from prototype to final product.

You can connect with EarSwitch and other pro² members who are working with the disability community by joining our network today. Login to our member’s area to access contact details for like-minded individuals and organisations seeking to collaborate.