Access to Reading

Accommodations for access to books, newspapers, and magazines.
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.

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 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.

A large platform base on which documents are placed and a small camera mounted on a tall pole above it. A separate component, similar to a TV remote, is shown adjacent.

Voice-output reading machine (text-to-speech) designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Medium-sized, rectangular device with a blue front and a grid of 12 round buttons.

A digital talking book player pre-loaded with a digital Bible.

White rectangular printer with narrow green control panel on the front and four control knobs on the right.

A wireless double-sided braille embosser that produces Library of Congress standard braille and 8 different dot heights.

A free-standing monitor displaying magnified white text on a black background with menu buttons located at the bottom of the monitor.

A fully foldable and portable desktop HD video magnifier with a 15.6” screen. It includes close, distance, and self-viewing modes.

A white wall plate with a built-in speaker and a large red button, with a label next to it reading "Push for Help".

An ADA-compliant, hardened, vandal-resistant, full-duplex, intelligent hands-free emergency assistance phone that provides VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) communications.