Use the E-Text reader for reading digital text. Students can highlight their notes in one color and important information in another. Then extract just the highlighted information to a new file and have it read aloud.
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.
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.
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.
2goPC is a small, lightweight (2.8 lbs) netbook computer with a built-in carrying handle. With drop-proof construction, protective cover and spill resistant keyboard, it is designed to be rugged and durable. Configuration on Intel® Atom™ equipped units includes Intel® 1.6GHz Atom™ CPU, 1GB RAM and 40GB Hard Drive. 2 USB ports allow for USB port, external hard drive, keyboard and mouse. Can assist students with reading, writing, math and science material.
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.
School Rules! Volume 2 takes up where School Rules! Volume 1 leaves off, teaching social interpretation skills during unstructured times when social rules are most challenging. It's a great way to build social and organizational skills in children who run into difficulty dealing with lunch periods and hallway interactions between classes.
The Freestyle is an adjustable split ergonomic keyboard designed to adapt to the specific needs of each user. Featuring simple, sturdy adjustment mechanisms and inter-changable accessories (Incline or VIP accessories, purchased separately) to provide additional capabilities. These three configurations allow the user to choose features that offer complete separation and/or adjustable front splay, adjustable or fixed tenting, plus integrated and removable, padded palm supports.
Sonocent Audio Notetaker allows users to capture full recordings of classes or meetings, visualizing audio as chunks, phrase by phrase, making it easier to return to a specific part of a recording later. The software and companion app enables the user to bring together all information on a topic, highlight specific sections of audio, add photos, slides, and additional notes to the original recording. Notes can then be exported and shared. Available as either a yearly subscription/license or perpetual license with automatic updates.