An educational software and mobile technology tool to build language development and communication skills for users with learning and language disabilities. It utilizes Makaton symbols, signs and signing videos in addition to the user's own photos and audio.
A dictionary software that expands with each writing and from which words can be predicted and chosen and thus increase the writing speed. This program is designed for physically disabled people who can write with a normal keyboard but are slow to type.
The LessonBoard is a standard-size QWERTY, computer keyboard with a patented color-coded by finger layout to show correct finger placement, help reduce the chance of forming bad keyboarding habits, and improve precision and speed.
ClaroCom is a mobile device app designed for AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication). The app helps to replace speech or assist writing for those with impairments in the production or comprehension of spoken or written language.
Oribi Writer is an iPad app with spellchecking and Text-to-Speech. Oribi Writer is the ultimate app for people who need language and spelling support while they write. The app is a word-editor and contains a unique spellchecker and grammar checker.
AlphaCore is a communication system made up of the most commonly used words in the English language (core vocabulary). Words are color-coded and arranged in alphabetical order, making them easy to find.
A wireless audio system in many different configurations, offering both single and dual-channel options and operating in a low interference VHF band. The system consists of a transmitter, receiver, and wireless microphone system.
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.
A book creation tool suitable for elementary school students across the ability spectrum that is designed to be particularly effective when used to support children with dyslexia and struggling spellers.