Page turning is an important ancillary process of reading. This mechanical process, however, is a source of great challenge and inconvenience to many people, including musicians, people with disabilities, and avid readers. PageFlip introduces an electronic page turner to solve this problem. The page turner can be placed directly on a piano, music stand, kitchen counter, exercise equipment, or on the bed for convenient hands-free reading.
The Perkins Brailler is a basic Braille embosser that can accommodate paper up to 14 inches long and can emboss 25 lines with 42 cells on standard Braille paper.
Use this program to help support students with communication, writing and using the computer. Proloquo provides a communication system for users who cannot speak, speech feedback in any application while typing, can serve as a talking word processor and provides text-to-speech capabilities. This program can also help improve the accessibility of Mac OSX for users with visual impairments. Can be used with onscreen keyboards for Mac and with switch access.
The QuadJoy is a mouth controlled joystick. Use this device with students who are able to control movement with their mouth or chin. Also has sip and puff capabilities.
QuickTac provides a fast and simple way to create tactile graphics that can be inserted into your Duxbury Braille Translator (DBT) document, printed or embossed for use by blind, low vision and other special educational uses. The program permits an unlimited number of images to be produced and no further programs or updates need to be purchased.
The SAM Trackball allows users to plug switches into SAM, using the switch input to replace the typical mouse button function (click, double click). The SAM Trackball Operates all special needs software that can be operated by a mouse click or simple keystroke(s). Students can also work with a partner to access general software; the switch user controls the click while the partner controls the movement of the track ball. Use this device with students who have gross motor skills.
The satalight™ is an Assistive Technology Interactive Learning Station, accessible to people with significant physical and/or learning disabilities, including those in wheelchairs. The ADA wheelchair compliant satalight™ offers multi-sensory stimulation, allows for annotation and touch on an interactive whiteboard with a high output projector and has the capability to incorporate additional components.
The Romeo Attache is a portable Braille embosser (weighs approximately 17 lbs). The Romeo Attache speaks keypad commands and status messages.
The Self-Calibrating Auditory Tone Infrared (SCATIR) Switch is a momentary-contract optical switch with auditory feedback. The SCATIR switch works by detecting a beam of reflected pulsed infrared light. It is suitable for use with a variety of control gestures, such as eye-blink, eyebrow movement, finger movement, head movement, and facial muscle movement. It can be activated at a distance so the controlling body part does not need to be in physical contact with the switch sensor.
School Rules! Volume 1 teaches older children (of cognitive age 8-18) acceptable behaviors during structured activities related to the classroom, group work and physical education. This volume also presents real-life video scenarios covering those parts of school life that are not part of academic programming, including hanging out with friends, hallway interaction, and the sensitive issues of PE locker room and personal hygiene. This program allows parents and teachers to tailor the video sequences to match each child's individual skill level.