Access to Entertainment

Access to leisure activities.
A square device with a black frame around and an illustration of two light bulbs, one off and one on, with text that reads "light."

A low-profile mechanical switch that requires a few grams of pressure to activate. With a click sound to signal activation, it sits on a slightly angled platform for easier access.

Laptop with display opened and showing a screenshot of a 10-letter word, control buttons below it, and two columns on the right with words in them.

A speech-enabled word game for Microsoft Windows.

Screenshot of word lookup function showing a window for a word at the top and various use options below.

A comprehensive French language dictionary that read text aloud without leaving the current application. It allows the reader to look up a word without knowing exactly how it is spelled.

A dark blue background with a white and red graphic, consisting of a camera scanning a sheet of paper.

Using the native iOS camera, the app can "scan" paper documents and read the text content out loud.

A dark blue background with a white and red open book graphic.

Uses text-to-speech (TTS) to read digital articles, documents, and books out loud.

Screenshot showing list of available radio stations and two large control buttons on top.

A free program for blind and visually-impaired people that lets them listen to dozens of live BBC radio stations online.

Screenshot of Minecraft software showing eye-controlled functions along the bottom of the screen.

A free, Windows-based program that enables people with severe physical disabilities to use their eyes to play Minecraft.

Red box with "Learn to Read" printed prominently in blue font. Below the title is an image of a mother and daughter reading a book.

A program designed for young, emerging readers or students with disabilities. 

A range of components, including a large TV monitor, a smaller tablet, a digital thermometer, and two standalone speakers.

Emergency alert system with monitoring service designed for use by individuals with disabilities or seniors who are at risk for medical emergencies. The system includes activity monitoring, emergency alert buttons, direct caregiver access to monitoring through the Internet, and an individualizable TV channel through which the caregiver can send messages.

A medium-sized black device with four round menu buttons, similar to a scanner. Next to it is a separate component, resembling a TV remote.

Voice output reading machine designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision.