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Getting Information From Computer

Accommodations that make device output (on screen, sound, etc.) easier to perceive
Small, horizontal video monitor on a round, ringed stand with a black frame and displaying a virtual keyboard on the screen.

A small video display that works as an external virtual keyboard and mouse and frees up the user's main screen for writing emails, browsing the Internet, or working with their computer.

A flat, white rectangular device.

A 40-cell braille display for computer users in need of a compact, lightweight solution for use with computers at home, work, or school. Vario 340 is a Human Interface Device (HID), which means a driver does not need to be installed to use it.

Google spelled out in blue, red, yellow, and green letters.

Feature to customize an Android device using accessibility settings and apps.

A user sits at a desk with a computer monitor and keyboard in front of him. The screen is black.

A text file reading system controlled by the keyboard and its interface, as the program responds to users through spoken messages. It is suitable for blind and visually impaired users.

A white screen with black text inside a gray box with menu options at the bottom.
A program designed to have an automated system convert text files to mp3 to play on an mp3 player. Designed for people with visual difficulties to have an easy system to convert a book or document text to voice. 
A white keyboard with gray keys and a blue screen above the keys.

A voice/typewriter device that helps users communicate and control surroundings.

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 Image Selector menu and slide projector image is shown on left with other image selection options on the right.

A symbolic language picture program designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities.

A bright green software box with the words "PharmaBraille" at the top in black font and white circle graphics meant to represent Braille dots below.

Braille translation program designed to produce braille medication labels for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

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.