Picture of a woman sitting on a couch holding a tablet PC on her lap with her left hand and pointing to the screen with her right hand.

An unbreakable tablet PC for people with disabilities designed by for those who can discreetly indicate with their finger or hand but do not have the precision to use a standard keyboard or an ordinary tablet PC.

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A series of apps for the iPad and Windows devices that have been specifically designed to support pupils through the process of writing.

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An online program built around a 5-7 week training course that can improve the mathematical ability of children and adolescents who have difficulty with math, typically due to speech blindness, difficulty concentrating or dyslexia.

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An app for improving a child’s speech that is designed for children with speech sound errors. It is developed to be used in consultation with a speech therapist.

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A 40-cell braille display for computer users in need of a compact, lightweight solution for use with computers at home, work, or school. Vario 340 is a Human Interface Device (HID), which means a driver does not need to be installed to use it.

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A speech remediation and training program designed for use by children and teens with communication or speech disabilities. It includes 25 games specially developed for clinical therapy to stimulate voice and speech modification.

Drawing of a screenshot of a hand on a keyboard with differently colored keys a menu command bar across the top.

A typing instruction program that uses voice, three-dimensional animation, video, and virtual reality to teach touch-typing and keyboarding and can be used by people with low vision or learning disabilities.

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A behavior training program designed to teach conversational skills to children with cognitive disabilities.

Picture of a woman in a red blouse using sign language with various drawings of other people using sign language around her.

A three-CD reference set that enables users to locate approximately 7,000 words and their definitions in both English and ASL. 

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A free speech development software program featuring displays and games designed to enhance therapy results with speech issues related to autism, apraxia, head injury, stroke, hearing impairment, cerebral palsy, oral motor articulation deficits, mental or emotional challenges, and other disabilities.