Putting information or instructions into the computer

Accommodations that assist with the keyboard or mouse, or other ways of entering information.
A metal cylindrical device with a black tip and a nut that screws on the end.

A switch that works best when the eye-blink is the only movement the user is able to perform. The sensor is capable of discriminating between random eye-blinks and a purposeful, controlled eye-blink. 

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.

A red want attached to a blue and gray switch with black cord for plugging in.

A mechanical switch intended to be used by any body part that can press against the wand. It is useful for people who need assistance with poor motor control.

Screenshot of Windows desktop with multiple windows open and pop outs magnifying two of the program's functions.

A multi-function, programmable, single-switch interface for Windows, offering a flexible means of independent control access to educational and productivity software, multimedia programs, and recreational activities.

Three desktop-sized microphone devices stacked on top of each other. The top one is black and saucer shaped, the middle one is white and has a slightly curved rectangular shape, and the bottom one is gray and has a long straight rectangular shape.

Array microphones that automatically locate and electronically steer toward the user when they talk, enabling the user to vocally dictate content to the computer.

Horizontal, rectangular block with two monitors at either end and blue rectangular block in the middle that has a green circle in the middle with red lines around it and white sound waves emanating on the upper left and lower right sides.

A communications service that uses artificial intelligence to convert speech to text, and text into speech, in real-time for people who cannot use a normal telephone.

Fifteen colorful software boxes staggered standing next to each other.

An assortment of 15 early learning and special education interactive software created for switch use. Each program includes accessibility controls for switch use.

Cutout photos of people dancing on a gray floor with a red brick wall behind them.

A switch friendly music program for special needs learners.

A white smartphone with an image of a black microphone inside a grid of small rectangles against a background of a blue circle with two lighter blue bands around it.

A speech recognition app for iOS devices that enables users to speak into the microphone and convert their speech into text and then directly send the message to an email program, SMS, WhatsApp, Twitter or Facebook.

Green software box with an image of an owl on a branch and the product name underneath. Leaning against the box is a CD.

A program for students with disabilities to learn functional vocabulary words.