Passa Planes allows the visualization and reading of books through a keyboard that works by automatic scanning and activation by a switch. It can also be activated by a sound picked up by a microphone.
Teclado Virtual Livre (Virtual Keyboard Free) was developed for users of the Prancha Multiplataforma Livre (Free Communication Board) who are literate and are able to form words using an alphanumeric keyboard.
An English dictionary iOS app for those who do not want to handle a physical dictionary. The AED shows how every word is linked to another for a better understanding (word net approach) and has High-quality audio pronunciation (American, British and Australian English).
An Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) app catered to people with difficulty in speech. Assistive Express is designed to be simple and efficient, allowing users to express their views and thoughts with natural sounding voices.
Teclat Sil·làbic (Teclat Màgic) is a program that aims to facilitate writing for people who are unable to use a standard keyboard, but are able to use either a joystick device or switch adapters to access the mouse. It is suitable for students with motor disabilities.
An educational software and mobile technology tool to build language development and communication skills for users with learning and language disabilities. It utilizes Makaton symbols, signs and signing videos in addition to the user's own photos and audio.
A portable camera system that gives dyslexic users near-instant access to practically any physical document. Using Lex software, a document can be read aloud and shown in a choice of text size, color, and formatting.
A comprehensive Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) app for the iPad. Verbally brings speech to those without and enables real conversation with its simple, intuitive design. Users can tap in what they want to say and Verbally speaks for them.