translate

Controls/Connections are operable with one hand

A black and gray rectangular device with 12 keys on the front and a round knob below.

An embedded Jog & Shuttle control with programmable keys and addressable backlighting. Suitable for timeline navigation and editing control.

A gray rectangular device with a square button on top. It is positioned between the thumb, forefinger, and middle finger pictured.

An ability switch inside a velcro strap that is wound around, for example, two fingers. It requires a small amount of pressure and a small range of motion.

Two black rectangular devices with cords on the bottom. The box on the left has 8 buttons in blue, green, red, and yellow. The box on the right contains black buttons.

Contact boxes that allow users to operate a wheelchair's electrical functions directly from contacts or fields, without first having to go through the chair's menu system. 

A white rectangular device with a white socket at the bottom and a black screen with a power button above it.

Allows users to turn on / off lights and other devices. It is easy to move the unit in the home and it can be controlled in three different ways: with an IR transmitter, an RF transmitter or via contact.

Screenshot of Windows desktop with multiple windows open and pop outs magnifying two of the program's functions.

A multi-function, programmable, single-switch interface for Windows, offering a flexible means of independent control access to educational and productivity software, multimedia programs, and recreational activities.

Drawing of teenage boy standing at the counter of a fast food restaurant.

A control switch training program designed for use by teenagers with upper extremity disabilities.

Screenshot of menu listing six locations, including the mall, doctor, and grocery store.

A visual teaching tool for helping children and teenagers with Autism and Asperger Syndrome learn to navigate challenging locations in the community.

Image of several guitar and bass pedals next to a small, rectangular, and black device.

Musical instrument accessory designed for those individuals with hypersensitivity to sound to reduce noise.

An illustration of a hand on top of a purple diamond shape and the IntelliTools brand name across the top left side.

Sets of programs and/or hardware designed to make IBM and compatible computers equipped with Windows accessible to individuals with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities.

A medium-sized black and silver device resembling a DVD player.

Optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision or other print disabilities.