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Adaptive or Assistive Products

Tools that allow a person with a disability to do things that able-bodied people do without help.
Large vertical green rectangular shape with the name of the product at the top in gold lettering. A large gold-rimmed circle is in the middle with the outline of a head and various symbols all over it.

An online life skills curriculum that provides information that allows learners to become more functionally independent in their homes, schools, communities, and workplaces.

A yellow cylindrical device with a gray cord on the end.

Sensor design ideally shaped for hand, finger, or toe control. It can be used with an optional hand strap.

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.

Black square with the word Cog written in scrip and a leaf coming out of the top of the letter C.

An indoor/outdoor navigation app that is designed to help people with visual impairments explore the world without vision. 

A black rectangular device with six message icons with text above such as "television" and "coffee," and a handle on the top.

Message recording and playback device that will hold up to 10 levels of recordings with each cell recording up to 10 seconds of audio.

Colorful drawing of computer display with a flowchart diagram with a large diagram outside the display on the left and an idea bubble with a light bulb in it on the far left.

A program for users who have difficulty with text or communication that combines the visual tool of mind mapping with the support of Widgit Symbols.

Rounded blue rectangular image with a white Qwerty keyboard on the bottom and a frog in a white box on the upper left. A white rectangular window is in the upper right with the word frog next to a blank line.

An introduction to the keyboard by using speech, phonics, and Widgit Symbols in colorful letter exercises to teach literacy skills to users who have difficulty with text or communication.

Photograph of plush turtle toy on a table with an orange box and a small green tablet device.

An accessible learning environment for children with special needs. It combines tablet apps and a wireless smart toy to encourage children's interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Cartoon image of a child sleeping and snoring, with a question underneath the image. A small red button is on the bottom left and a small green button is on the bottom right.

A speech training flashcard and language tutorial program designed for use by speech and language therapists and parents working with children who have communication or speech disabilities or autism.

Screenshot of a keyboard, with keys colored yellow, red, and blue and letter tiles in a row at the bottom.

An iPad app that is designed to help teach individuals with dyslexia in reading and spelling.