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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.
A free, open-source ebook reader for Android. Go Read is optimized for visually-impaired readers and usable by anyone. The app connects directly to online libraries, like Bookshare, and allows you to download and listen to eBooks in seconds.
A predictive text-entry system with speech output for severely disabled people that has a restricted on-screen keyboard with an ambiguous layout. The main reason for using such a keyboard layout is that it enables the use of an eye tracker with a low spatial resolution.
On-screen keyboard software that allows the user to control the computer and can be used for alternative communication.
A free onscreen keyboard program for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, or XP that is designed to be used with any head-controlled access technology.
An Android communication software app for a tablet or smartphone. It uses symbolic icons with voice output.
HearIt Mobile is a user-friendly, wireless neck loop for use with Bluetooth mobile phones.
An app that has lots of everyday sounds in nine categories (animals, household, human, musical instruments, tools, transport, phonics and others). Each sound plays with its associated image, and the user can move back and forth through all the images and sounds by swiping the screen or pressing the back or forward arrows.
Adgangforalle.dk is a free, Danish language, remote control software for those who are word blind or who have difficulty reading. The software reads aloud any text in an e-mail, word processor, or on a website.
An application designed for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Disabled people who cannot speak and have very little physical mobility to operate a normal mouse and/or keyboard can use pVoice by selecting photos or symbols to generate speech output.
A self-contained scanning and reading appliance for people who are blind or have low vision and is designed to be easy to use by people with no computer experience.
Wearable necklace that pairs with a device (phone, TV, etc.) and magnetically transmits the sound from that device to the wearer's cochlear implants or hearing aids for easier hearing.
A USB and Bluetooth mouth operated joystick providing an interface to computers and mobile devices for users unable to manipulate a hand-held mouse.
An alternative communication program from Windows. The program has many colorful and realistic environmental drawings and icons, as well as a functionality that makes it easy to customize the content of the individual user.
A device that allows mouse control functions by using movements of only 1 or 2 fingers to make gestures; it doesn't require pushing around a physical object. EvoMouse may help reduce repetitive stress injuries and help users who are not able to use a traditional mouse to access a computer.
An internet-based communication system is for people who are unable to use a regular email program and social media like Facebook due to a developmental disability or brain injury.
Conference makes it easier for hearing impaired people to attend meetings at work or at home. Two microphones, an amplifier and a telescope are built into an elegant conference folder that the user places on the table in front of themselves.
Switch-adapted mouse with one port, available with or without left click capabilities.
Software that simplifies working with Windows 7, 8 and 10, Vista or Windows XP for computer users who are blind or visually impaired. It provides important information from the computer screen in speech, braille, or magnified form.
A text predictor for all ages featuring reading and exam functions and extensive correction options with text-to-speech technology and symbols, illustrations, and example sentences to help users with word choice and text comprehension.