Controls/Connections are operable with one hand

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.

Screenshot of a purple control screen with a digital counter on top and a 2x3 grid of large orange control buttons in the middle.

A free, switch accessible CD player for Windows 95 onwards.

Large blue, orange, and red translucent cough drop shapes overlaid on each other.

A cross-platform, open-source augmentative and alternative communication app for people with complex communication needs.

Large black square with yellow sun in center and orange ring around it and the word sensory in lower case on a yellow border on the bottom.

A simple stimulating app for people of all ages with special/complex needs. It is designed to be visually stimulating and suitable for a range of abilities.

Green frog toy-like device connected to a standard cord and jack.

A wired pneumatic switch that can be used to activate communication aids and switch adapted devices.

Pad with a grid of six squares attached to a cord with two connectors.

A wired switch pad with six built-in pressure switch surfaces.

Small rectangular device with two TSR connector cables and four controls knobs, two red and two blue.

A switch-latch timer that enables individuals to activate battery-operated devices using any adaptive switch with a standard plug.

Small, rectangular device with cord, pink depressible surface on top, and two function controls on front edge.

Wired switches that light up when activated.

Two black components with cords attached. One is larger and more oval-shaped; the second is small and rectangular, with a red button.

Voice-activated telephone dialer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities or amputation, neurological disabilities, or cerebral palsy.

A round yellow base with a built-in speaker and a component to attach to cans.

Helps individuals with visual impairments identify the contents of their canned food.