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Provides Alternative Keyboard Layout

Software name and logo on top with a screenshot of the program's menu in the middle and a round cut out in the lower right featuring a picture of a boy holding a pencil and reading a book.

A symbolic language picture creation program designed for use by individuals with communication disabilities that enables them to create a wide range of picture supported documents.

A large, round yellow smiling face inside a black circle with a small vertical bar of three squares on the lower left.

A resource for teaching, communication, and literacy development that features more than 40,000 colorful symbols designed for children with communication disabilities to allow them to communicate easier with others.

Medium-sized blue and white device resembling the shape of a keyboard or Braille notetaker, with various black keys.

Braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

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 Macintosh computers accessible to individuals with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities.

A silver Braille keyboard with black keys placed on top of a wooden surface next to a pair of blue headphones.

Braille keyboard designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. It connects to the keyboard port of a personal computer and requires no resident software on the computer, which allows this keyboard to work with any operating system.

Shown is what's included: large printout of United States map, folded atop the box, with states in different colors, a green plastic pouch on the lower left and a special pen and cord sitting on the map.

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 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.

Various models of one-handed keyboards. Two models are small and rectangular and feature twelve rows of letter keys, each with secondary functions marked at the bottom, which are activated using "shift" or other modifiers. Another model resembles a large, square, white box with a curved keyboard layout (accessible with only one hand) on the right side and numeric/function keys on the left. The fourth is similar to a standard keyboard, but the letters arranged in a circle. The fifth model is fan-shaped.

Designed to offer maximum efficiency for typists with the use of only hand or one digit.

Various models of left-handed keyboards. They resemble standard keyboards, with the exception that the numeric keypad is on the left side. The letter keys on some models are slightly slanted 45 degrees (in rotation, not in height) for increased ergonomics. Two keyboards are grey with black keys; one is back; another is white.

Features the numeric keypad and other navigation/function keys on the left-hand side, allowing users to easily access all areas of the keyboard while operating the mouse with their right hand.

Various models of numeric keypads. They resemble a small calculator, but feature standard keyboard keys. One model has an additional column of page navigation keys on the left-hand side. Two models are silver; one is gold; and the fourth is black.

Add-on component for a computer/tablet that provides dedicated number keys as well as mathematical operation keys.