Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
An image of someone washing a glass in the sink with their hands. Below, there are "back" and "next" menu buttons.

Independent living skills app for iOS and Android, designed for use by individuals with cognitive, developmental or learning disabilities, or autism. This app teaches and reinforces 40 important skills necessary for independent living.

Square image depicting a computer monitor with an image of two hands tying a shoe and a switch button on top of the monitor.

A cause and effect program that is age-appropriate for older as well as younger populations with specials needs and consists of 75 film clips covering various categories.

Screenshot of list of activities and information that the program tracks.

A web and mobile-based application for caregivers of people with Autism.

Screenshot of one of the settings options, with control bar along the bottom.

A research algorithm that turns an iOS device into a hearing aid by processing sound from the microphone, then delivering the processed sound over the headphones in real-time. 

Step by step example of producing an embossed braille image, starting with a picture of a hawk in the top left. In step 2 the color picture is a pixel outline of the hawk. The final step creates the embosser version.

A free program that produces braille graphics files.

Screenshot of word lookup function showing a window for a word at the top and various use options below.

A comprehensive French language dictionary that read text aloud without leaving the current application. It allows the reader to look up a word without knowing exactly how it is spelled.

Flat display showing large letters on the screen attached to a folding arm and connected to a silver-colored flat surface with a piece of paper on it.

Portable full high-definition video magnifiers that fold flat for portability or storage when not in use.

Drawing of fingers holding a smartphone in the left part of the image and in the background is an intersection of a hallway with a small, white figure walking and holding a cane.

The ClickAndGo Wayfinding App is a free aid to help users navigate unfamiliar areas and complex buildings such as bus stations, college campuses, airports, hotels, and other venues.

Photograph of a woman wearing sunglasses walking down a path in the woods and using a cane.

A free wayfinding technology for blind, low-vision, and mobility-challenged pedestrians. Accessible online and via the ClickAndGo Wayfinding App, it provides narrative directions, low-vision maps, and real-time location support (via iBeacon technology).

Front view of white rectangular device with button just above the speaker; a side view shows various ports. for connecting the device.

Compact alerting device that indicates a telephone or doorbell is ringing either with a bright flashing light or an extra loud tone - or both at the same time.