Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
Square image with a vine and floral border and a Russian figure in the bottom left and hands using sign language in the background.

A sign language program designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing that translates between four languages: written Russian and English, as well as Russian Sign Language and American Sign Language.

Angled view of software box showing images of various design projects and product printed across the middle.

A drawing and graphics program that allows for the creation of posters, calendars, banners, newsletters, and greeting cards for individuals with a physical disability.

Screenshot of menu listing six locations, including the mall, doctor, and grocery store.

A visual teaching tool for helping children and teenagers with Autism and Asperger Syndrome learn to navigate challenging locations in the community.

Screenshot showing a 2x4 grid of images of everyday safety-related situations with a descriptive word underneath them.

An accessible learning tool that provides self-directed sessions for 27 important safety skills topics and is specifically designed to be used directly by individuals with autism, learning or other developmental disabilities at their own pace.

Two screenshots of maps and street intersections.

An audible mobility program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Screenshot of a software interface in which there is a list of files and menu settings and one of the files is highlighted in orange. The interface is grey in color.

An environmental control unit program designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities and spinal cord injury. The program enables the user to remotely control and monitor lights and appliances from a variety of handheld remote controls.

Screen showing a Today's Routines menu with various recurring tasks listed.

An app designed to help users with attention deficit disorders manage their chores.

Flow diagram showing a picture of a woman saying "hello HAL" with a blue line connecting her to an image of a desktop computer with a blue line that connects to a drawing of a house.

A home control system that enables people with severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, and upper extremity disabilities to monitor and control all of the devices in their home by voice, the web or a variety of other interfaces.

Bust of a head wearing a long white wand with a back tip mounted on a frame.

A capacitive head pointer and stylus for tablet computers and touchscreens designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities.

Angled view of software box and disc next to it, which has a picture of various overlaid images of gears.

A home, office, and industrial automation program designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities.