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.
Tracing ABC is a fun way for preschoolers to learn their ABCs and digits tby practicing tracing letters and numbers on the screen. Tracing ABC app has a simple and engaging interface designed to help children print letters, numbers, and various shapes with ease and confidence. Once your child has mastered his ABC, he can practice over 800 words
Cosmo’s Learning Systems introduces an innovation in learning for children of developmental age 2-to-8 years with and without disabilities. This unique family of learning tools features Mission Control and Cosmo's Play and Learn software.
The touch monitors come in two sizes, 15" and 17". They feature IntelliTouch SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) technology, which means you can operate them with your finger, a stylus or a pointing device.
The Talking Checkbook has a simple interface that makes managing any bank account more accessible. You can use it to manage a checking, savings or even a retirement account. Information and reports can be generated in MS Word or exported to a spreadsheet. It is designed not only for individuals who find it difficult to write in small areas and for those who find simple math difficult, but anyone who wants an easy way to write checks and balance accounts.
Tazti is a free lightweight speech recognition program that allows the user to navigate social networking sites (MySpace, Facebook, etc.), control iTunes, search Google and YouTube, manage bookmarks, and more through simple speech commands. Tazti cannot handle full-text dictation, but will allow a user to surf the web using only their voice.
Stages is a seven-level developmental framework that describes a learner's cognitive and language abilities. Stages helps schools comply with alternate assessment mandates by providing an accessible way to assess learners with special needs. Stages also serves as a selection guide for curriculum activities (including both software and off-computer activities). The sequence of seven Stages is based on the work of Madalaine Pugliese, a nationally recognized authority in the fields of assistive and instructional technologies.
Speak4Use offers users wireless voice control of their environment, communications, entertainment and computer applications. The core software platform allows vision and mobility challenged individuals to interact with their computer and control their environment, entertainment and computer applications with simple conversational voice commands.
NFB-NEWSLINE is a free audio newspaper service providing access for print-disabled individuals to newspapers, magazines and television listings from all over the country.Subscribers can access NEWSLINE from any touch tone phone, online, via email, or by download to a digital talking-book player or MP3 device. NEWSLINE currently features over 300 newspapers and many magazines including: * New York Times * USA Today * Christian Science Monitor * Wall Street Journal * TIME for Kids * Rolling Stone * The New Yorker * The Economist * Smithsonian
IntelliKeys USB plugs into the computer's USB port and provides access for users with physical, visual, or cognitive disabilities who have difficulty using a standard keyboard. Using available overlays, users can create individualized keyboard support for a variety of learners.