Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
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.

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.

Smartphone screenshot of a map with several wheelchair-accessible restrooms identified.

A free environmental accessibility mapping app for people with mobility disabilities, walking disabilities and other disabilities designed to find wheelchair-friendly restrooms and parking.

Smartphone screenshot of a map with a menu screen open showing location information.

A free environmental accessibility mapping program for people with mobility disabilities, walking disabilities, and other disabilities that require that the indoor or outdoor environment be adapted to be completely accessible. The program provides information provided by other Wheelmap users about the accessibility for specific locations.

Wristwatch-sized device with a light green band connected to a black rectangular device with a small black button and a small round silver button.

A wristband designed for individuals who are blind or partially blind that guides users to their destination using only vibrations. The Wayband app must be downloaded before using the device.  

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.

Logo, with large orange letters for viz, followed by an orange uppercase L, and then lowercase le in blue.

An interactive, subscription-based visual learning web platform for educators and administrators designed to give students with special needs an easy-to-use, engaging tool to help them learn the curriculum, develop skills, and demonstrate understanding.

Screenshot of a photo of a child talking on the left and a drawing of a child talking on the right, with two timer counters in between.

A behavior training program designed to teach conversational skills to children with cognitive disabilities.

Screenshot of an iOS interface reading "Lightswitch" at the top of the screen and displaying a list of menu options, including "Desk Fan," "Library Lamp," and "Office Fan." Beneath, there is an option slider, that ranges from "Off" to "Level" to"On." The slider is set to "On."

Home automation program with voice commands that may be helpful for individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury.