Accommodations for hearing, vision, and movement for conventional telephones
Various models of dial-less telephones, which resemble standard corded telephones, but without a number keypad or menu. Two phones are off-white, and one is red.

Telephones for users with Alzheimer's or other cognitive difficulties who would benefit from a simplified telephone that can only receive incoming calls.

Various models of flashing strobe devices that alert deaf or hard-of-hearing users when the phone rings. One device is a white, rectangular box with a clear LED strobe. Another is a red triangle strobe. The third and fourth models are base stands for smartphones that feature built-in cradles for the devices and built-in flashing light displays on the base.

Flashing telephone signaler is a visual alert system to notify deaf or hard of hearing users when they have an incoming phone call.

Three white rectangular boxes. The first, the door unit, includes a speaker at the top and a screen with a doorbell icon below. The second, the room unit, includes a speaker at the top and a  lack screen below with icons for speaking and for a key. The last object is the central unit, which includes a single port on the bottom.

A door phone that is suitable for disabled, speech-disabled, and elderly users. A door unit is attached outside a door, which allows the user to call in the home for a conversation and also open the door.

A red want attached to a blue and gray switch with black cord for plugging in.

A mechanical switch intended to be used by any body part that can press against the wand. It is useful for people who need assistance with poor motor control.

Side view of the anatomy of a nose, mouth, and throat and the product name written across the bottom.

A speech training and language tutorial app designed specifically to help individuals with speech-sound disorders and English language learners.

A person holds a Samsung smartphone and hitting a button on a pop-up menu that says "Calls" with various options.

Mobile app designed to help individuals with hearing or speech impairments make phone calls across different devices while on the move. Users can either make direct text-to-text calls with others who have the app or a textphone or use a text relay assistant to communicate with those who do not have the app.

A diagram of a mobile phone that has arrows pointing to and from a mouse-shaped device with a blue light and a neckloop; an arrow to the right of the neckloop device points to a curved earpiece. To the right of the diagram is a close up of the black CM-BT2 with a blue light and a neckloop attached.

Bluetooth headset that answers call when the user pushes a button and is specially designed for the hearing impaired.

Stethoscope style headphones with rubber earbuds attached to underchin receiver, place upright in docking station.

Telephone headset, voice amplifier, and media hearing device.

Horizontal, rectangular block with two monitors at either end and blue rectangular block in the middle that has a green circle in the middle with red lines around it and white sound waves emanating on the upper left and lower right sides.

A communications service that uses artificial intelligence to convert speech to text, and text into speech, in real-time for people who cannot use a normal telephone.

A white smartphone with an image of a black microphone inside a grid of small rectangles against a background of a blue circle with two lighter blue bands around it.

A speech recognition app for iOS devices that enables users to speak into the microphone and convert their speech into text and then directly send the message to an email program, SMS, WhatsApp, Twitter or Facebook.