Using Computer for some activity or support

Applications of computer technology to tasks that able-bodied users are able to do without assistance.
A slender, black rectangular device lined in gray around the edges with black braille keys at the bottom.

VarioPro 80 is equipped with 80 braille cells and thumb-operated roll bars that provide the user with uninterrupted reading and quicker orientation to the information that appears on the computer screen. New job functions can be added for use in the work environment. 

7 suggestions with related icons, including, "Buttons that do stuff," "First Button," "Second Button," "Example touch targets," "Example text contrast," and "Another clickable button example."

A tool that suggests accessibility improvements for Android apps without requiring technical skills. The users can just open the app they want to scan, then tap the Accessibility Scanner button to find items in the app that might benefit from accessibility improvements. 

A mobile phone screen is featured in which a five-dollar bill is pictured under the camera tab, with text above that says 5 US Dollars. 

An Android app that uses computer vision to assist people who are blind or have low vision in gaining information about their surroundings. Lookout uses the camera and sensors on a user's device to recognize objects and text and then provides spoken feedback, earcons, and other signals to inform users about what it sees.

Screenshot of a selected word, with two photos on the top and menu options below them.

A U.S. English version of a speech therapy treatment app for articulation difficulty caused by apraxia of speech or other speech difficulties.

Screenshot showing the word to speak, with a picture representing the word at the top center, and menu options below it.

Speech therapy software designed to improve articulation and word retrieval for people with aphasia and oral apraxia.

Screenshot of four rows of letters in white blocks against a purple background.

Speech therapy treatment software for articulation difficulty caused by apraxia of speech or other speech difficulties.

Laptop computer with a display showing the program's main screen, which features its name against a black, night sky, treetops along the bottom, and balloons in the shape of hearts.

A program that uses non-verbal communication training during the early-language stage, to enable professionals and home users to develop a reasonable and personalized treatment program that may be used for therapy at home.

Laptop computer with display up and showing the program's main screen, which has the program name in blue against a black background and a large yellow arrow in the lower right with the word continue in it.

A program for professionals and home users that provides comprehension and communication training for early speech disorders.

Software box featuring product name and the image of a train engine within a pink oblong circle. The CD is leaning against the box.

A research-based program for students with disabilities that provides highly structured teaching for learning 100 nouns and 50 verbs in developmental order. 

A gray box with a large blue letter A in the center.

A program intended to help people with speech difficulties articulate vowels.