Frenchay Alphabet Board

FAB (Frenchay Alphabet Board) provides a communication solution for any situation where people need to interact and vocal communication has been impaired. It can be used in any number of locations including:

  • Nursing Homes
  • Day Centres
  • Critical Care Units
  • Schools, Libraries
  • Hospices
  • Private homes
  • Health Visitors

It is completely mobile and can be used anytime, anywhere by any person who is literate but is unable to speak due to vocal cord damage, swallowing difficulties, tracheotomy, stroke or any other reason.

FAB is a useful emergency back-up for users of higher technology equipment such as eye-tracking of text to speech devices.

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  • Washable and hygienic design.
  • E.Coli and MRSA resistant.
  • Non-slip neoprene rubber base.
  • Antimicrobial keyboard with Ionic Silver Technology.
  • Spill-proof.
  • Choice of sizes and layouts.
  • Cleanable letter locations.

Developed from experience

The FAB (Frenchay Alphabet Board) has been developed in conjunction with the UK's National Health Service to provide a patient driven solution. From years of experience Speech and Language therapists have defined their needs for a non-slip, washable, hygienic, positive location alphabet board - FAB provides all these solutions!

FAB is a useful emergency back-up for users of higher technology equipment such as eye-tracking of text to speech devices.

Having no batteries it is always available.

Where can it be used?

FAB provides a communication solution for:
  • Nursing Homes
  • Day Centres
  • Critical Care Units
  • Schools, Libraries
  • Hospices
  • Private homes
  • Health Visitors


In fact any situation where people need to interact and vocal communication has been impaired.

It is completely mobile and can be used anytime, anywhere.

Who is it for?

Any person who is literate but is unable to speak.

This may be due to any of the following:
  • Vocal Cord Damage
  • Dysphagia (Swallowing Difficulties)
  • Tracheotomy
  • Stroke
  • MS
  • MND
  • ALS
  • Rett Syndrome
  • Dyspraxia
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • People with general communication problems, ventilation or speech difficulties.


It is also a useful spelling device when trying to talk to people with hearing problems.

Providing specialist ENT products since 1999.

Providing specialist ENT products since 1999.