Compass software is a functional assessment tool for clinical, educational, and vocational professionals who perform computer access and augmentative communication evaluations. Using eight skill tests in three input device domains (pointing, text entry, and switch use), Compass records data on the speed and accuracy of user actions and generates a summary report. Can be used to evaluate keyboard and mouse use, navigation through menus, and switch use.
Convert any digital text (online or files) into spoken text with a variety of voices and save as a WAV file. Supports students' engagement with text and boosts listening and reading comprehension.
Cosmo's Play and Learn™ software is a family of educational and computer games that aim to entertain children of developmental ages 2-to-8 years and teach math skills. This developmentally appropriate software was created by a team of educators; physical, occupational, and speech-language therapists; and assistive technology practitioners.
Closed captioning and subtitling software. MacCaption (Mac) and CaptionMaker (PC) come in many different versions. The right software for you depends on what format(s) you want to deliver with captions and/or subtitles.
CrossScanner is a universal way to run software using 1 or 2 switch(es). With the switch(es) plugged into a switch interface, the user is able to perform mouse moves and clicks, double clicks, drags, operate menus and even enter text (with optional OnScreen keyboard). All operation is supervisor-controllable to fine tune CrossScanner to the needs of the user.
CLiCk, Speak is an open source, freely available extension for the Firefox web browser. It is part of the CLC-4-TTS Suite of products, it features a mouse driven interface, and it reads web pages - hence its name. CLiCk, Speak is designed for sighted users who want text-to-speech functionality. It doesn't identify elements or announce events - two features that are important for visually impaired users but unnecessary for sighted users. It also has a simplified, mouse driven interface that is designed to be easy for users familiar with point-and-click graphical user interfaces.
Use this talking word processor with associated word pictures or animations. A library of onscreen grids provides word banks, sentence structure and story writing activities. Designed for assisting all students with reading skills, it is compatible with switches and scanning methods.
Cyberlink enables hands-free control of computers and electrical devices. Brain and body signals detected by the sensors in the headband are transmitted to the computer as multiple Brainfingers to allow users to interact with and use a computer. Use this device with students who have little to no control of body movement.
The Darci Too is a universal alternative input device; the product works with both Mac and PC and features adaptable access, meaning that users can select the access method that works best for them. The Darci Too can be controlled by joysticks, switches, matrix keyboards or communication aids and supplies Morse Code, Scanning, Matrix Keyboard, and Darci Code access to standard computer functions. Darci Too is designed to meet the needs of users with a wide range of disabilities, so this product may be a good choice for students with multiple disabilities.
The Darci USB is a Morse Code based computer access device. Because it is plugged into the USB port on the student's computer, it is portable and can be used with a variety of machines. Use this device with students who need alternative input to the computer and are capable of communicating using Morse Code.