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Software that allows PDAs to be used as an alternative keyboard and cursor. People with Muscular Dystrophy (MD) and certain other muscular and nervous system disorders such as Cerebral Palsy (CP) may have difficulty operating a mouse and keyboard but can often still use their fingers to control a pencil or stylus.
A computer program that allows users with manual dexterity limitations to operate a keyboard using a regular mouse, touch-screen pad or joystick, a trackball, IntelliKeys (discontinued) or a head-operated mouse or eye-tracking device. It is an adapted on-screen keyboard with word prediction.
A text-to-speech engine for visually impaired users that lets them access their computer through their favorite screen reader, screen magnifier or any other application supporting speech. It comes on a USB stick, enabling immediate access to any computer, without the need to install locally or admin rights.