Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
White desktop printer with sheet feeder in back and two green control panels in front.

A single-sided braille embosser that can produce high-resolution graphics and use both tractor and cut-sheet paper.

Black round case on left, with headset and microphone in the middle, and a smartphone on the right.

A system that enables people with progressive disorders such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) to record their legacy messages while they are still verbal and later use them with a speech generating device. 

A 3x2 grid of simple stick figure images and vocabulary words and phrases.

The CoreWord Language System provides augmented and alternative communication (AAC) app users with a combination of core language, fringe vocabulary, and banks of key phrases.

A tablet device displaying a large grid of icons and a text input bar at the top.

Dedicated speech-generating device (SGD) that offers user-friendly features.

Large blue, orange, and red translucent cough drop shapes overlaid on each other.

A cross-platform, open-source augmentative and alternative communication app for people with complex communication needs.

MultiView HD magnifying text from a magazine on to the monitor. The text is yellow on a black background.

Portable video magnifier that adapts to multiple environments and tasks for productivity at school, work, and at home.

ClearView+ 22" models magnifying a photo of tulips; ClearView+ 22" HD UFA side view of monitor attached to arm; ClearView+ 24" Full HD UFA magnifying black text on a white background; and the ClearView+ 24" Full HD Speech touchscreen options, with a finger pointing to select "Save" option.

Autofocus desktop electronic video magnifier that enables users to read, write, view photos and other functions.

Rounded green square with with Turn Taking written on top and one yellow and one red button underneath with an arrow pointing at the yellow button.

The Turn Taking iPad apps are designed for all students who require reinforcement of their turn taking skills by having two students alternate pressing their prompts to uncover a picture.

Black rectangular shape with a wood-like puzzle bar across the bottom with three openings for a star, a circle, and a square, and a matching star puzzle piece on top.

A colorful Windows-based 3D simulated matching program developed specifically for students with special needs.

Square photo with a purpler border of an image of two hands tying a man's shoes and a green switch button on top.

A Windows-based cause & effect program developed specifically for students with special needs that is age appropriate for older as well as younger populations.