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Stay Safe
Keep Smiling

For speech/lipreaders and neurodivergent individuals, the bottom half of your face is crucial for communication

For everyone else, a smile remains heartwarming



Whether you wear a mask for personal safety or out of mandate, they can drastically inhibit communication. 


Many d/Deaf and hard of hearing people rely on speech and lip-reading.  Many neurodivergent people, such as those on the autism spectrum, rely heavily on facial cues like frowning or smiling.  Wearing a full coverage mask, without a communication window, isolates a significant portion of the population.


Visual access to someone's mouth and expression is crucial for overall communication comprehension.  Plus, it always feels good to see someone smile.

Our Masks are Different

Our masks are designed to help people with diverse abilities hear, see and communicate better while remaining safe. We offer reusable, CDC complaint fog proof window masks and masks that prevent glasses fog.  They come in a variety of colors and designs suitable for everyone. From preschool teachers to CEOs, we want to make sure everyone has Equal Access to communication regardless of mask mandates.


"Everyone is a genius. But  if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."

- Albert Einstein

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