A web-based screen reader for the web. It requires no special software to be installed on the client machine and, therefore, enables blind people to access the web from any computer they happen to have access to that has a sound card. Visit wa.cs.washington.edu to access WebAnywhere directly.
A portal that offers graphic resources and materials to facilitate communication for those who need Augmentative and Alternative Communication. From the website, users can download packages of colored and black and white pictograms for free.
The LessonBoard is a standard-size QWERTY, computer keyboard with a patented color-coded by finger layout to show correct finger placement, help reduce the chance of forming bad keyboarding habits, and improve precision and speed.
AdMouse is a particularly suitable device that facilitates technology integration for people with reduced motor skills. It has 10 buttons through which the user can perform the same functions as a conventional mouse, adding some additional features.
Connect up to eight switches to a computer USB port and use them with several different applications that offer switch access. The computer recognizes the device as a joystick and with the software provided it is possible to convert the inputs into mouse or keyboard signals.