In order to communicate, simply attach messages to the board, observe the user’s eye gaze and receive your message. Communication doesn’t always require broad motor control. For people whose movement may be severely limited, eye gaze communication provides an important outlet for expression and interaction. Eye communication devices work by tracking the user’s eye movement. To communicate effectively, a person uses their gaze to select options positioned on a board. For example, an onlooker might observe a person’s eye movement as they choose between the words “yes” and “no” or between letters to spell a word. We make our eye communication devices for people with special needs and disabilities who struggle to use other forms of communication. Eye gaze communicators can be particularly helpful to people with very limited movement, such as those with cerebral palsy or spinal cord injuries.