Access to Education

Accessibility tools for the classroom or homework.
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A pre-reading and spelling interactive game app for children with language, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder.

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An interactive educational app for use by children with communication, developmental or learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder that will help them learn their ABCs and build their vocabulary.

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An educational game designed for use by children who are deaf or hard of hearing that enhances vocabulary and teaches fingerspelling and phonics skills.

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A research algorithm that turns an iOS device into a hearing aid by processing sound from the microphone, then delivering the processed sound over the headphones in real-time. 

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A  voice output direct selection and symbolic augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app designed for use by individuals with communication, cognitive, developmental, learning or speech disabilities, or autism and by caregivers, educators, therapists and parents working with people with these disabilities.

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A pre-reading tutorial iOS app designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This app allows a parent or teacher to teach a child to recognize uppercase letters.

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A cloud-based, accessible, scanning and reading program for the blind and visually impaired that works with both Windows and the Mac.

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A free braille editor for Windows and Macintosh computers.

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A voice output calculator program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It includes normal and scientific functions and can store and replay calculations.

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Software compatible with interactive whiteboards, TAP•it, and the Intended Touch Platform that includes seven programs designed for students with autism.