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Free screen magnification software for older versions of Windows that magnifies an area of the screen and paints the giant pixels into a new window.
A text to speech software. Copy text to a clipboard to have it read out to you in a separate viewing pane with customiseable fonts, colours and word tracking.
A free, open-source, screen magnifier, for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X.
Set of programs and utilities designed to help people with conditions that limit their use of one hand to type on the computer.
An app to design visual schedules, storyboards, communication boards, routines, flashcards, choice boards, speech cards, and more.
A portable and simple screenreader that is tailored for blind persons and LD/early readers that may be new to using a computer.
Augmentative and alternative communication app for compatible iOS iPhones, iPod touch and iPads.
Matrix Maker Plus software for creating communication overlays and educational resources with ease. Compatible with Windows XP, Vista 7, and Vista 8.
Windows software program that allows any joystick to position the mouse cursor and enables the joystick buttons to operate as mouse buttons.
A Windows software that allows users to "read" single and double-sided Braille documents with a standard scanner. The retrieved information is presented as the text that can be used in all types of Windows applications.
SoundingBoard allows you to use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod to create custom boards with up to 20 message locations using AbleNet symbols or your own photos.
Software that works by intelligently monitoring cursor moves on the screen. When users pause, Nib performs the mouse click for them.
Window-Eyes is screen reader software for Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox, and is compatible with Braille displays.
An augmentative and alternative communications (AAC) app that enables people with communication difficulties to express their needs and desires to those around them.
An evidence-based picture exchange app designed to encourage and reward independent communication through the use of images. While created with and for people with autism, it can be used by anyone with a speech disability or delay.
An app designed for those who have lost their ability to speak but can read, it enables individuals a way to “speak” by either typing or choosing from existing topics and phrases, or by adding new ones.
Head/Mouth stick keyboard with a unique shape and keyboard layout to match the natural head movement and minimize finger or stick activity, raising speed and relieving frustration.
A text to speech app for compatible Android devices. It can read ePub Books, and text, or HTML files (by converting webpage articles to text). Also, it can read text copied from any application using a read clipboard feature available through the notification/status bar.
A program designed for people with severe motor disabilities to control the computer mouse.
It allows the user to disable mouse clicks, as well as the movement of the pointer and the scroll wheel.