translate

Allows Input by Physical Keyboard

Light blue horizontal band with Nemeth Tutorial text flush left next to a round logo and APH logo on right.

A free online course for teaching students and teachers how to use the Nemeth code from introductory topics to advanced topics in mathematics.

Rounded square with a colorful complex abstract design circular in form against a black background. The lowercase word sensory is at the bottom inside a yellow band.

An app designed to enable people with special/complex needs of all ages to create symmetrical and freeform digital mandala paint creations for their entertainment and relaxation.

Large printout of United States, with states in different colors, a red plastic pouch on the upper left and a booklet with a map of the U.S. on the right.

A multi-sensory map of the United States for people who are visually impaired featuring a talking tactile pen, which serves as a "tour guide" that gives the user information about each location visited on the map via multiple layers of audio recordings. 

A black, rectangular device with an 8-grid overlay, each grid containing a different symbol. The device features a built-in handle at the top.

Direct selection and scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities.

Yellow, black, magenta, green, and blue-colored calculator, displaying fractions in "top-down" format, rather than as decimals.

Designed to provide visual reinforcement for use by individuals with learning disabilities and cognitive impairments, while learning basic math skills.

Screenshot of a menu featuring various icons overlayed across the right-hand side of a desktop home screen.

Eye-controlled communicator program and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities and severe physical or neurological disabilities.

A medium-sized, black device resembling a Braille notetaker with a hinged cover that folds down. There is an LCD display panel at the top, and underneath it, there is a QWERTY keyboard and various menu buttons.

Electronic, voice-output dictionary designed to enhance language and vocabulary skills for sixth grade or older students with cognitive disability or speech impairment, or who are blind or have low vision.

Medium-sized square keyboard with different sections of unmarked keys. The device is black with off-white keys.

58-key programmable keyboard macro and hot key system.

Various types of accessibility features in smart TVs. One image shows an accessibility menu on a TV screen with the option "Audio Guide" selected. Another displays a TV Closed Captioning menu, and a third image demonstrates a TV audio guide feature in use. Two dolphins dive out of the water on screen, while a narrator describes the scene.

There are many different accessibility features that are built into smart TVs, as well as TVs designed specifically for different disability groups. GARI provides the ability to find just the features you are looking for.