The KinderBoard can be used as a first keyboard for young children. The keyboard features 1 inch square keys and easy-to-read numbers and letters. Consonants, vowels, numbers and punctuation marks are color-coded to help students learn their alphabet and identify character sets. Use this keyboard with young students, or students who need a large key keyboard and assistance with learning letters in the beginning stages of writing.
Concept mapping software, for individuals and organizations. The use of knowledge management methods eases learning through dialogue and advanced communication strategies.
The ELO LCD touch monitors are available in three sizes: 15”, 17” and the new 19” model. The flat panel comes with a removable tilt base with a VESA mounting option. Impervious to liquid spills and splashes, humidity and wash down, these screens are the most contamination resistant available. Drift free operation for a lifetime of 35 million finger touches.
A one handed keyboard that can be configured to match an individual's needs. Can be either right or left-handed.
Picture It helps emerging, beginning and struggling readers with approximately 6,000 Literacy Support Pictures. Picture It software has evolved to version 4, which includes text-to-speech, easy importing.
Picture Planner is a calendaring software that uses personal pictures and icons to keep schedules, plan events, and provide reminders for individuals with cognitive disabilities. Enter information about activities including: what, who, where, when, cost of the activity, items to bring, and clothes to wear. Designed to be used by schools, families, and caregivers. Can also print or export schedules iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, PDAs, etc.
MegaDots is a DOS braille translator with features for the volume transcriber and producer. Designed to be used by those who need to create multiple Braille documents quickly (i.e., create accessible textbooks, translate class readings/handouts to Braille, etc.)
MyTobii P10 is a portable eye-controlled communication device. Includes a 15” screen, eye control device and computer integrated into one unit. The user can opt to connect to a power source, such as a wall socket, power wheelchair or separate battery. The device can be mounted for use at a desk, wheelchair, bed or anywhere suitable for the user.
OpenBook allows users to convert printed documents or graphic based text into an electronic text format to be read aloud using built-in text to speech tools. Features low vision tools that allow users to customize how the document appears on screen for reading. Bookmarks allow students to mark favorite selections in text. OpenBook also allows users to search for and download digital books from the Internet.
The PAC Mate 20 is a portable Braille display that can be used with desktops and laptops for students who are visually impaired. Built-in VariBraille and programmable hot keys allow users to program keys for specific functions.