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12-Inch Aluminum Iwand

The 12-Inch Aluminum iWand is a stylus for tablet computers and touch screens designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stylus has a tip requiring zero downward pressure on the touch screen. This lightweight stylus can be used with devices with a large screen or with cell phones. DIMENSIONS: 12 inches long. WEIGHT: 0.3 inches.

15-Inch Laptop Computer Magnifier

The 15-Inch Laptop Computer Magnifier is a computer screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. Designed to enlarge text on a laptop monitor, this magnifier offers 3 times magnification by placing the magnifier in front of the screen. This clear, rigid magnifier completely covers the screen and features little arms that rest on the top to hold it in place. It is lightweight and can also be held over a printed page to magnify text or images. DIMENSIONS (HxW): 10.25 x 14 inch

3M Ergonomic Mouse (Models Em500Gpl, Em500Gps, Em550Gpl, & Em550Gps)

The 3M Ergonomic Mouse is a mouse designed for use by individuals with arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome. This mouse has a vertical grip that keeps the user's hand and wrist at a neutral angle, while the mouse works as a regular optical mouse. The user grips the unit's handle while resting the hand on its base, and left and right clicks with the thumb. The mouse can alleviate pain and discomfort of repetitive stress injuries in the hand, wrist, or arm. It has a soft-touch painted surface. It i

3M Expressions Anti-Glare Computer Filter

The 3M Expressions Anti-Glare Computer Filter is a black computer frame that reduces light glare up to 90 percent to help prevent glare-related eyestrain and headaches. The lightly tinted glass acts as an aid for improved screen contrast. The frame fits both CRT and LCD desktop monitors and helps protect fragile LCD screens from fingerprints and damage. OPTIONS: CRT and LCD fit options. DIMENSIONS: CRT 16-19" fit = 16 inches length x 19 inches width; LCD 16-19" fit = 17 inches length x 18 inches

4-Switch Joystick (Model Cm-19)

The 4-Switch Joystick, model CM-19, is a joystick lever that may be moved in any of four directions. Moving it in a particular direction will activate one switch. This joystick is also available with an additional pushbutton switch. DIMENSIONS: 2 x 4.3 x 1 inches. WEIGHT: 6 ounces.

9-Inch Aluminum Roger Iwand

The 9-Inch Aluminum Roger iWand is a stylus for tablet computers and touch screens designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stylus has a tip requiring zero downward pressure on the touch screen. The length of the stylus makes it most suitable for use with devices that have a large screen. DIMENSIONS: 9 inches long. WEIGHT: 0.2 ounces.

Aac Keys

AAC Keys is a keyboard interface and mouse emulation program designed to enable the user to control a computer using an alternative and augmentative communication device. Implementing the common GIDEI (General Input Device Emulating Interface) commands, this software receives commands through the computer's serial port and translates them into keystrokes and mouse moves, giving the user full control of the computer from another device. This software is available in English and German versions fo

Abasoft Talking Desktop Software

Abasoft Desktop Software is a voice input and voice output program designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, upper extremity, severe physical, mobility or vision disabilities. This talking and listening software offers speech recognition, dictation and a natural text-to-speech voice. The program talks back to the user at every opportunity in addition to displaying text. Features include voice commands for hands-free computer operation, including MP3 music, weather maps, dictation

Abilipad

Abilipad is a voice output on screen keyboard and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with reading, learning, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. This application (or app) allows the user to create a virtual onscreen keyboard interface that is customized to his or her needs. Abilipad's Keyboard Editor provides the ability to create an infinite selection of keyboard skins and includes the following functions: merge cells to form larger keys; enter letters, words or se

Abletrack

Abletrack is a switch adapted track ball designed for use by individuals who wear wrist splints or who have carpal tunnel syndrome, fine motor disabilities, limited hand function, or upper extremity disabilities. This track ball can be operated without the thumb or fingers as it requires no grasping, pinching, or twisting. It comes with two large, removable external hand switches which can be operated using the palm, fist, or side of the hand. The knee, foot, toes, etc. can also be used. The sw

Access-I

ACCESS-I is a computer with wheelchair interface designed to provide computer accessiblity for individuals who use a powered wheelchair. ACCESS-I is a powerful and versatile personal computer that can travel anywhere because it is battery operated. It is ideal because it can be tailored to each peron's disability and it can be built upon so that it can be used from childhood, through school, at the university and in the workplace. Standard features include: 66MHz 486 CPU with 256 KB cache; 8 MB

Access4Kids

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of an accessible touchscreen for tablet devices for individuals with fine motor and/or hand disabilities. Touchscreen computer tablets vary but one unique feature between them all is the finger gestures necessary to perform tasks on the device. Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology created a simple tool, Access4Kids, that augments touchscreens and helps many people with fine motor control issues in their hands operate tablets

Accupoint

AccuPoint is a mouse emulator and computer cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities or amputation, cerebral palsy, or spinal cord injury. While distinguishing tremors from intentional movements, this movement tracking system enables the user to control the mouse and type letters with movements ranging from very small to very large. The unit mounts on the back of the user's computer display and plugs into the computer with a

Adapted Computer Keyboard

PROTOTYPEPURPOSE: To design a customized computer keyboard for an individual who is legally blind and has fine motor skill disabilities. Initial tests included two visual and two motor skill tests to determine the consumer’s abilities so the keyboard would meet all specified needs. The final design included keys that were large enough and spaced so the consumer would be able to identify and depress only one key at a time. The size of the lettering was also increased to accommodate the consumer’s

Adesso Smart Cat Usb Touchpad (Model Gdu-410)

The Adesso Smart Cat USB Touchpad, model GDU-410, is a touch pad designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. Intended to provide cursor control using a right-or left-hand finger, this device features one-touch vertical and horizontal scroll and zoom, glide extend, and a Cirque driver. The unit has four mechanical buttons and three programmable functions. Sounds and speed, sensitivity, and orientation settings are customizable with installation of the Cirque driver. COMPATIBILIT

Adesso Tru-Form Media - Contoured Ergonomic Keyboard With Hotkeys (Model Pck-208B)

The Adesso Tru-Form Media - Contoured Ergonomic Keyboard with Hotkeys, model PCK-208B, is an expanded keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome and other disabilities of the hand or wrist. This ergonomically designed split keyboard features a split-key and sloped 3-D design that conforms to natural arm and hands positions intended to reduce tension in shoulders, arms and wrists. It has built-in wrist supports, 8 multi-media hot keys for one-touch access to multimedia f

Adesso Tru-Form Pck-308Ub Contoured Ergonomic Usb Keyboard

With a split key design and wrist rest for added ergonomic comfort, Adesso Tru-Form PCK-308UB Contoured Ergonomic USB Keyboard offers a built-in touchpad that acts as a mouse. The design conforms to a user's natural arm and hand positions, reducing tension in shoulders, arms and wrists.

Adjustable Keyboard Platform With Swivel Mouse Tray (Model 2135Bl)

The Adjustable Keyboard Platform With Swivel Mouse Tray, model 2135BL, is an adjustable height keyboard and mouse tray designed to provide keyboard access at a comfortable height. Made from medium density fiberboard, this keyboard platform tucks away under the desk when not in use. A swivel mouse tray can be mounted on the left or right. A single knob provides height and tilt adjustment. A foam wrist rest with vinyl cover is included. The platform adjusts 5 inches, from 1.5 inches above the desk

Adjustable Keyboard Tray

The Adjustable Keyboard Tray is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and mobility disabilities. This tray is available for standard or ergonomic keyboards and offers a range of adjustments for sitting or standing use, as well as adjustable tilt and optimal mouse positioning for right- or left-handed use. The tray also features gel wrist rests, a sliding mouse tray, smooth undersides, and extra knee clearance. This keyboard tray is also available without a mouse tray.

Adjustable Touch Screen Mouth Stylus (Model 9089)

The Adjustable Touch Screen Mouth Stylus, model 9089, is a mouthstick for a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This telescoping stylus is lightweight with a tip that requires minimal pressure. It has an adjustable stainless steel shaft and a plastic bite plate with rubber sleeves that allows the user to firmly and comfortably hold the stylus in his or her mouth. This mouth

Advantage Arm Keyboard Support Mechanism

The Advantage Arm Keyboard Support Mechanism is a keyboard tray support arm designed for use in wheelchair accessible computer workstations. The unit features an extended, fully adjustable spring-assisted arm with a lock/release mechanism. The spring-assist feature offsets keyboard weight. The unit is fully retractable. A closed fist can be used to lock and unlock a single, large, horizontal lever on the front of the unit for setting height and tilt position. To adjust the keyboard tray, the use

Aesop

Aesop is a voice output keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. Designed to aid users with vision disabilities in learning touch typing, the unit is connected to a PS/2 standard computer keyboard and speaks each letter as it is typed in a digitized human-quality mail voice. Features include calculation of typing speed up to 99 words per minute, adjustable volume via the keyboard, and headphone or internal speaker output. POWER: Uses a 9-volt battery or al

Air Mouse

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a cordless mouse that fits on the hand like a glove, designed for use by individuals with repetitive strain injury. The Air Mouse is designed with three main components, the support structure, the tracking device and the mouse click buttons. Designed to replace a corded mouse, a trackball or track pad, all of which hold the hand in an unnatural position. The wearable device works as a mouse only when users hand is in a flat, neutral po

Alimed Atex-Type Wrist Rest (Model R5802)

The Alimed Atex-Type Wrist Rest, model R5802, is a wrist support pad designed specifically for Atex keyboards. The wrist support is intended to reduce wriststrain associated with repetive motion tasks by maintaining the wrist in a neutral position while typing. The pad is made of an open-cell, viscoelastic foam that conforms to the user's wrist, and is enclosed in a cloth material. The pad is attached to an extention board with Velcro strips so that the wrist rest can hang over the desk edge in

Alimed Calculator Wrist Rest (Model R5210)

The Alimed Calculator Wrist Rest (model S5210) is a wrist support pad for calculators and telephones designed to maintain the user's wrist in a neutral position and to reduce wrist strain associated with repetitive motion tasks. The pad is made of an open-cell, viscoelastic foam that conforms to the user's wrist, and is mounted on an angled board that supports the calculator or phone. The pad is covered in a cloth material. DIMENSIONS: 1 inch thick. COLOR: Blue.

Alimed Keyboard Wrist Rest & Extended Keyboard Wrist Rest (Models R73144-45, R5265-R5267, R5323-24, & R5328)

The Alimed Keyboard Wrist Rest is a wrist support pad for computer typists designed to fight wrist fatigue and reduce the strain on the tendons controlling the fingers and hands. This fabric-foam pad rests against the lower edge of the keyboard. Keyboard users rest their wrists on the padding to correct the wrist droop that occurs with unsupported typing. The support has a no-skid bottom to prevent the pad from sliding during typing. The support is available with the Extension Support, a thin sh

Alimed Mouse Rest (Models S5344 & S5345)

The Alimed Mouse Rest is a cursor control wrist support for mouse users designed to keep the user's wrist in the desired neutral position. By maintaining the wrist in this position during extended use of a mouse or track ball, excessive pressure is reduced on the underside of the wrist, and repetitive motion conditions that can lead to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome may be minimalized. The Mouse Rest is made of an open-cell, viscoelastic, self- molding layer of foam that conforms to the user's wrist, an

Alimed Notebook Computer Wrist Rest (Model S5361)

The Alimed Notebook Computer Wrist Rest, model S5361, is a wrist support pad designed to reduce wrist strain for individuals suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. It maintains a neutral position for the wrist while reducing strain associated with repetitive motion tasks. The pad is made of an open- cell viscoelastic foam that conforms to the user's wrist, and is mounted on an angled tray that supports the laptop or notebook computer, positioning it at the most comfortable angle for typing. The

Alimed Typewriter Wrist Rest (Model R5244)

The Alimed Typewriter Wrist Rest, model S5244, is a keyboard wrist support designed to alleviate pressure on the underside of the wrists and to maintain the wrist in a neutral position to minimalize the effects of repetitive motions that can lead to such conditions as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The support is made of an open-cell, viscoelastic foam that conforms to the user's wrists, and is covered with a cloth material. The underside of the support features anti-slip material so it won't move arou

Alltalk

The AllTalk is a computer direct selection and keyboard communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. The adapted and pre-programmed laptop computer comes with a 2.26 gigaHertz (GHz) Intel Core 2 Duo (P7550) or 2.4 gigaHertz (GHz) Intel Core 2 Duo (P8600) processor, 2 gigabytes (GB) of RAM, 13.3-inch LED backlit glossy widescreen LCD display, and Lingraphica software which includes pre-loaded communication phrases, videos tutorials, and a selection of th

Alphabet Keyboard Stickers

Alphabet Keyboard Stickers are keytop overlays designed for use by individuals with low vision. Five sheets are included, each with four sets of alphabet stickers showing uppercase and lowercase letters in various colors. A total of forty complete alphabets are provided. COLORS: Each sheet includes black letters on a white background, white letters on a black background, black letters on a yellow background, and yellow letters on a black background.

Alphaboard

The AlphaBoard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals with memory or cognitive disabilities. This keyboard has letter keys arranged in alphabetical order rather than the traditional "QWERTY" layout, making it easier for individuals with memory disabilities and new keyboard users to find keys. The keyboard has a 104-key layout and comes with a PS/2 connector. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.25 x 6.61 x 17.95 inches. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Anchored Joystick And Button Computer Control Input Interface

CUSTOM ADAPTATIONPURPOSE: To provide a child with cerebral palsey with a stable interface to control a computer. A commercially available joystick and large button is used in place of a mouse and keyboard to control a computer. A metal plate and screwed stud is attached to the bottom of the base of the joystick. A hole is drilled in the child's desk, and the stud is screwed into a second plate on the underside of the desk. A nut holds the assembly in place while the joystick is in use. The butto

Apple Iigs Owner's Guide: Disk Edition

The Apple IIGS Owner's Guide: Disk Edition is an ASCII text version of Apple Computer, Inc.'s Apple IIGS Owner's Guide on a single disk for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The disk contains a manual-reading program, permitting the user to read the entire guide with a speech synthesizer. The user may also print a large type or Braille copy of the text. Information on the about the Apple IIGS includes: setting up the machine and booting up the system; formatting disks and using appli

Apple Keyboard.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Modification of an Apple computer keyboard to connect the shift and control keys to allow a caps lock function. Describes modifying an Apple keyboard with alternate action switches for the shift and control keys using an Alternate Action (Dual Action) P/N K705-0002 and 0-degree Guide P/N K815-0005 parts, obtainable from an Apple dealer. This allows typing in upper and lower case without needing to hold down one key while typing another. SKILLS REQUIRED

Argus 3000/l Screen Magnification System

The Argus 3000/l Screen Magnification System is a computer screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This hardware device magnifies text and graphics appearing on the computer screen, including recognition and tracking of cursor. It works without driver software or any resident program, and runs independently under DOS, all Windows environments, Windows NT, OS/2, Unix, and Linux. It also supports 256 different colors.

Aria

Aria is a braille notetaker with speech output designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. This computerized organizer is designed with word processing, mathematical and communicating capabilities. The user can construct full-fledged documents, transfer files, drive a modem or use a statistical calculator. With DOS interface, this device can run external software. It can be upgraded; the system runs on 1 Megabyte of RAM and 2 Megabytes of Flash ROM (contains the Aria software).

Articulating Drawer (Model R7424)

The Articulating Drawer, model R7424, is a keyboard tray designed to add valuable desk space and let the computer user position the keyboard for comfort and efficiency for individuals who have repetitive motion disorders. This non-conductive plastic drawer is housed in a steel casing which will support the central processing unit (CPU) and monitor. The tray extends 15 inches on ball bearing slides and locks in place. Once extended, the tray can be raised or lowered 5 inches. There are 7 height p

Articulating Keyboard Support (Model 9026)

The Articulating Keyboard Support, model 9026, is a keyboard support arm designed to support a keyboard platform (not included) in an accessible and ergonomic position. This articulating mechanism mounts beneath a desk and allows the user to adjust the keyboard height. The platform tilts 15 degrees. The unit slides under the work surface when not in use. DIMENSIONS: 2.5 inches high with a 17.75 inch slide track. COLOR: Black.

Articulating Keyboard Support (Model 9041)

The Articulating Keyboard Support, model 9041, is a keyboard support arm designed to provide keyboard access and position the keyboard to prevent repetitive strain injury. This unit mounts the keyboard beneath the desk, and allows the user to adjust its height and angle. The keyboard platform (not included) tilts plus or minus 15 degrees. The platform slides along a track mounted under the work surface and tucks away when not in use. OPTIONS: Large keyboard platform with left or right mouse tray

Asl Mouse Emulator/usb (Model Asl519)

The ASL Mouse Emulator/USB, ASL519, is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This system allows a power wheelchair driving system to function as a mouse interface for an on-chair computer. Computer access is provided via the computer's USB port. The system works with all power chair types, and includes all interface cables. OPTIONS: Laptop converter (model ASL 509); joystick extension 5th switch with T handle or straight version with a mono port (model ASL

At Accessibility Suite

The AT Accessibility Suite is an on screen keyboard, mouse emulator, screen magnification, and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This software package includes computer access utilities for users of pointing devices: My-T-Mouse, OnScreen, CrossScanner, Joystick-To-Mouse, The Magnifier, SmartClick, TouchRight Utilities, and WordComplete (see separate entries). It runs concu

At Ease Standard Wrist Support And Portable Wrist Support (Models Ws100, Ws125, Bl100 & Bl125)

The At Ease Standard Wrist Support and Portable Wrist Support, models WS100, WS125, BL100 and BL125 are keyboard wrist supports designed to reduce or prevent strain and fatigue for all individuals who have or are candidates for repetitive motion disorders. The wrist supports have a wide surface area, are countoured and fully padded, and are designed to fit most standard keyboards. The padding in the support is durable polyurethane foam and the fabric is polyester. It does not promote friction an

Auditory Breakout Box

The Auditory Breakout Box is a computer accessory designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The box consists of two functionally separate parts. The first part works as a standard "breakout box" which allows users to create individual wiring schemes for the serial RS-232C computer interface. The jacks are arranged in the same physical shape as the commonly used 25-pin plugs and sockets, so that no numbering system need be devised for users with blindness. The other part c

Basic Acoustic Cabinet (Model 71030)

The Basic Acoustic Cabinet is a cabinet that functions as a noise shield for a Basic-D or Basic-S Braille printer (see separate entries), and is designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. When used with a Basic printer, the Basic Acoustic Cabinet provides a Braille production module with a maximum noise level of 60 decibels (dB), allowing the printer to be used in a standard work environment. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 46 x 18.5 x 24 inches. WEIGHT: 90 pounds.

Basic Acoustic Top

The Basic Acoustic Top is a cover that functions as a noise shield for a Basic-D or Basic-S Braille printer (see separate entries), and is designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. When used with a Basic printer, the Basic Acoustic Top can provide noise reduction of up to 10 decibels (dB).

Basic-D (Model 70100)

The Basic-D, model 70100, is a double-sided Braille printer or Braille embosser designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Basic-D uses continuous tractor-feed paper and can print double-sided (interpoint) Braille pages at a rate of 340 pages per hour. The control panel is labeled in both Braille and ink, and voice confirmation is provided when keys are pressed. The Basic-D supports as many as 20 Braille alphabets, and can also print Braille graphics (tactile graphics). Th

Basic-S Model 70021

The Basic-S is a single-sided Braille printer or Braille embosser designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Basic-S uses continuous tractor-feed paper and can print single-sided pages at a rate of 170 pages per hour. The control panel is labeled in both Braille and ink, and voice confirmation is provided when keys are pressed. The Basic-S supports as many as 20 Braille alphabets, and can also print Braille graphics (tactile graphics). This printer comes with a copy of Win

Bat Keyboards

BAT Keyboards are one hand keyboard interfaces designed to emulate all the functions of a standard computer keyboard. The system consists of two seven-key keyboards which are angled and have palm rests. The keyboards are capable of entering all the functions and characters of the traditional QWERTY keyboard and more. Letters, characters, and symbols are selected by pressing a combination of keys, similar to chords on a piano. One or two hands can be used to enter data. The user can assign chords

Beam

Beam is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This device is generally used by those with adaptive switches who wish to break the hard connection between the switch and their computers. Beam enables a HeadMouse Extreme (see entry) user to actuate the left, right, and middle mouse buttons using adaptive switches without a direct connection to the HeadMouse. For a Swifty (see entry) user, the Beam sends up to th

Beam N Read Extra Bold, Large Print Keyboard Stickers (Model Kbv 109)

The Beam N Read Extra Bold, Large Print Keyboard Stickers, model KBV 109, are keytop overlays designed for use by individuals with low vision. They feature large, extra bold san serif fonts. The stickers have four specially selected high- contrast color combinations, each on a separate sheet. With 109 stickers on each sheet, the set includes stickers for both personal computers (PC) and Macintosh and work with desktop, notebook, laptop, and netbook keyboards. They can also be used to extend the

Bedside Computer Monitor Magnifier

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a screen magnifier to make a computer monitor more easily viewable from the bedside for a person with quadriplegia. A permanent mount was created and added on to an existing computer stand and bedside table, enabling the individual to move the magnifier in and out to get the correct degree of magnification or flip it out of the way when closer to the screen while in a wheelchair. TITLE: Bedside Facilities. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volume 28, Number 2, Jul

Belkin Waverest Gel Mousepad

The Belkin WaveRest Gel Mousepad offers ergonomic support for a user's wrists with its patented Wave design. The gel cushion creates contours to the natural curvature of a wrist and aids supports movement. Overall, the product helps to reduce hand and wrist stress that can lead to repetitive motion disorders.

Biblecourier

The BibleCourier is a digital talking book player pre-loaded with a digital Bible, designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is a streamlined version of the manufacturer's BookCourier digital talking book player (see separate record), containing only those features that enable the user to navigate the text of the Bible. It is available with a variety of translations, including King James, American Standard, New International, and others. The text is read by a built-

Big Blue Mouse (Model Bbm 931)

The Big Blue Mouse, model BBM 931, is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with cognitive, learning, fine motor, mobility or upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard-style mouse gives "points of compass" control over the mouse pointer. When the user holds down the appropriate key, the mouse pointer on the screen moves in that direction until the key is released; pointer speed is adjustable. The Big Blue Mouse utilizes the Mousekeys feature of Microsoft Windows accessibility via

Big Bright Keyboard

The Big Bright Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with with low vision. Designed to help improve readability and reduce eye strain, this keyboard has easy-to-read keys and enlarged, high contrast black-on-green print. It has the standard QWERTY key layout. Other features include flip-up legs for a comfortable typing angle. It connects to a computer via a USB port. COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with IBM PC and Apple Macintosh computers. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.15 x 17.7

Big Screen

The Big Screen is a tablet or touch screen stylus designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, sever physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This telescoping stylus allows the user to input exerting very low pressure. Three differently colored models differ slightly in diameter. All styluses telescope continuously from fully collapsed to fully extended. The shorter length is suitable for the iPhone, iTouch, or another cell phone, while greater

Big Switch Calculator

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Calculator designed with large control keys and display for use by persons with severely involved hands or limited vision. Calculator is modified using a MM5737 calculator chip with additional space made between keys of the keyboard. Calculator display is enlarged to an inch high using a IEE1720 seven segment display. COMMENTS: For further information contact: The Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation, Rehabilitation Engineering Center, P.O. Box 8217, Wic

Biggy

Biggy is a cursor control interface designed to enlarge cursors on the computer screen for people with visual or cognitive disabilities. This program offers a variety of large cursor alternatives, some with animation, that are at least twice the size of the standard cursor. The program also offers replacements for the I-beam cursor and the wait cursor (the watch on Macintosh computers and the hourglass in Windows). Both versions also have an option that automatically "snaps" the cursor to the "O

Bigkeys Plus

BigKeys Plus is a modified computer keyboard designed for use by children and adults with manual dexterity disabilities or low vision to locate and hit the keys. This keyboard features a choice of large brightly colored keys with enlarged black labels or white keys with enlarged black labels. The colored keys are color-coded to coincide with the letters; for example, all vowels are in yellow, the "R" is in red, and the "G" is in green, etc. This accelerates recognition of letters and the child's

Bigtrack Trackball & Switch Adapted Bigtrack Trackball

The BIGtrack Trackball is a trackball designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities. This trackball has an oversized trackball with left and a right mouse click buttons located behind the trackball to avoid unwanted mouse clicks. The BIGtrack also allows for second mouse connection, enabling both the BIGtrack and a second mouse to be connected for assisted or simultaneous participation. This trackball is also available in a switch-adapted versi

Biomuse

BioMuse is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilites or spinal cord or brain injury. This bioelectric signal controller is a rack-mountable package that enables users to control computer functions directly from muscle or eye movement or brainwave signals, bypassing standard input hardware, such as a keyboard or mouse. This device receives data from four main sources of electrical activity in the human body: muscles (EMG signals),

Blue Tooth Visionboard With White Keys

The VisionBoard Keyboard with white keys is a Bluetooth keyboard designed for use by individuals who have low vision. Over-sized keys measuring 3/4" x 3/4" on top, provide ample spacing between the keys and easy viewing for the eyes. They feature large print letters and numbers and a high contrast lettering to help reduce eye-strain and ease typing. This keyboard is available with black text on white keys for high contrast. SIZE: key size 3/4 inches by 3/4 inches. COLOR: Black text on white keys

Bluemouse

The BlueMouse is a mouse with built-in wrist support designed for use by individuals with neurological or upper extremity disabilities, Parkinson's disease, or paraplegia. The mouse has a palm-shaped depression with spaces for the fingers, enabling a secure grip. A built-in magnet holds the mouse securely on the mouse pad. Trembling is counterbalanced so uncontrollable movements do not affect the mouse pointer. The cursor holds its place when the hand is removed from the mouse. The unit connects

Bluetooth Right-Hand Ifrog Keyboard

The Buetooth Right-Hand iFrog Keyboard is a wireless one-handed keyboard designed for use by individuals with the use of only one hand or who have limited reach or muscle control. Although the keys are standard size, this keyboard is arranged so that its size and layout reduce strain on the hands and wrist. The letter layout is based on the percent of usage of each letter in the English language. Fifteen letters that are used 86 percent of the time by typists are placed in the most efficient loc

Book Port Dt

Book Port DT is a desktop-style Digital Talking Book player and recorder designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The design includes a large, clear-sounding speaker and easy-to-use controls. Book Port DT is ideal for reading Digital Talking Books. Users can also record or edit their own material in Digital Talking Book format. In addition, users can listen to internet radio or podcasts for education or entertainment. Book Port DT offers: • National Library Service (NLS) Ca

Book Port Plus

The Book Port Plus is a digital talking book player and MP3 player designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. This small device incorporates an audio book player, an accessible MP3 player, a clockand a voice recorder and player in one unit. The Book Port Plus contains a Wi-Fi chip, USB port, SD card port (up to 32 gigabytes [GB]), stereo microphone and headphone jacks, and a built-in speaker and microphone. One SD card is included. The USB can be used to connect to a computer

Bookcrafter Accessible Book Publishing Suite

BookCrafter Accessible Book Publishing Suite is an optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device scans printed books and other documents and converts them to accessible digital books (aBooks) that are compatible with screen reader, voice output, and braille output programs (not included) and Digital Talking Book and DAISY formats. Existing PDF files and other file formats may also be converted into aBooks. Teachers' lesson plan

Bookdrive

BookDrive is an optical character recognition scanner designed for use by inidividuals who are blind or have low vision. Once the user enters the number of pages to be scanned, this scanner automatically turns the pages of a book as it is scanned. It digitizes bound content in a variety of formats, at a speed of less than 10 seconds per page, or 500 pages per hour. Other automatic scanning functions include rotation, edge detection, image cropping, and adjustment for brightness and contrast. POW

Bookworm

The Bookworm is a portable braille reader designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The size of a portable cassette player, this device enables all kinds of electronic text (e.g., from the Internet, diskette, e-mail, CD-Rom, etc.) to be stored and read on eight concave, built-in Braille elements. The unit stores four megabytes of information (the equivalent of approximately 4,000 print pages or approximately 50 Braille binders) and operates with four buttons (forward, bac

Boost Tracer

Boost Tracer is a head-controlled mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, carpal tunnel syndrome, or any other disability where the user lacks the hand control to use a standard mouse but retains good head movement. A micro-gyroscope senses the user's head movements, then transmits those movements to the computer using radio frequency (RF) waves, with an operating range of up to 15 feet. Custom switches

Braille 'n Speak

Braille 'N Speak is an electronic braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The unit features a six-key Perkins-style braille keyboard and the capability to provide output in print, synthesized speech, or braille. This portable stand-alone data manager offers a simple command structure; word processing capabilities and spell check; a fully-adjustable speech synthesizer which enables the user to control the rate of speech, tone, pitch, and more; a Grade 2

Braille & Tactile Overlays For Intellikeys (Model H-38)

Braille & Tactile Overlays for Intellikeys, model H-38, are braille keytop overlays designed to enable children who are blind to access Intellikeys (not included; see entry). The set includes two sets of the six standard Intellikeys overlays in tactile format, with one set in Grade One Braille and one set in raised large print. Each overlay is bar coded for communication with Intellikeys, so no additional sending software is required.

Braille - Large Print Combination Labels

Braille - Large Print Combination Labels are braille and large print keytop overlays designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These labels are placed on the keys of an existing keyboard to convert it to a braille and large print keyboard. Letters are U. S. standard English. COLOR: Three color schemes are available: white letters on a black background, black letters on a white background, and black letters on a bright yellow background.

Braille Bookmaker

The Braille BookMaker is a portable desk-top Braille printer that produces Braille characters on both sides of the page for individuals who are blind. Commands are issued from a calculator-style keypad, and confirmed by tones so that the operator can change settings without having to print out prompts and responses in Braille. A brief comma sequence places the unit in single-sided mode, where it can become a terminal using the optional external keyboard, or generate samples for easier proofreadi

Braille Edge 40 (Model B40K)

The Braille EDGE 40, model B40K, is a refreshable braille display with a braille keyboard and braille notetaker functions designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The unit's 40-cell braille display provides Braille representation of information from the screen of a computer or mobile device, and its Perkins-style keyboard allows Braille input to the same device. The unit has 2 four-way navigation keys and 8 function keys (Escape, Tab, Control, Alt, Shift, Insert, Windows

Braille Express (Models 100 & 150)

The Braille Express, models 100 and 150, is a Braille printer designed to print in book format with two pages on each sheet for individuals who are visually disabled. The printers offer interpoint Braille at a rate of 100 or 150 characters per second. They both print up to 44 characters per line macimum, combine text and graphics on a single sheet, save up to 16 full groups of settings, and emboss raised print characters for tactual or visual reading. A rear panel impact control selector allows

Braille In

Braille In is a Braille keyboard designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. Braille In connects to the keyboard port of a personal computer and requires no resident software on the computer, which allows this keyboard to work with any operating system. Braille In has eight Braille keys, a space bar, and ten function keys, and provides support for a full 102-key keyboard, including key combinations with Shift, ALT, CTRL, etc. Its ergonomic design makes long documents easier to

Braille Keyboard For The Blind And Visually Impaired

The Braille Keyboard for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 104-key keyboard is equipped with clear braille labels that allow the original key legends to show through enabling both blind and sighted users access to the keyboard. This keyboard is ready to plug into a computer, and can be used to convert an existing computer for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It can also help those losin

Braille Lite Millennium (Series M20)

The Braille Lite Millennium, Series M20, is a Braille notetaker designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Input is through a an eight-dot Perkins-style Braille keyboard, and output is through a 20-character refreshable Braille display and an adjustable speech synthesizer. The Braille Lite M20 features a 56K modem, e-mail capability, word processing, one-key commands, and 14 megabytes (MB) of internal memory. Use of removable SanDisk CompactFlash cards allows virtually unlimited

Braille Lite Millennium (Series M40)

The Braille Lite Millennium, series M40, is a Braille notetaker designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Input is through a an eight-dot Perkins-style Braille keyboard, and output is through a 40-character refreshable Braille display and an adjustable speech synthesizer. The Braille Lite M40 features a 56K modem, e-mail capabilities, word processing, quick one-key commands, and 14 megabytes (MB) of internal memory. Use of removable SanDisk CompactFlash cards allows virtually un

Braille Printer (Model Bpw-32)

The Braille Printer, model BPW-32, is a desktop braille printer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This printer can emboss six- or eight-dot braille on a single side, or on both sides simultaneously using either the interpoint or interline method. The noise level has been reduced by using an embossing method that pushes the braille embossing pins into the paper instead of striking the paper. This embossng method also allows an entire line of braille to be printed a

Braille Printer (Model Tp-32)

The Braille Printer, model TP-32, is a desktop braille printer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The printer can emboss six-dot or eight-dot braille on one side, or on both sides simultaneously using either the interpoint or interline method. The noise level has been reduced by using an embossing method that pushes the braille embossing pins into the paper instead of striking the paper. This embossng method also allows an entire line of braille to be printed at th

Braille Sense U2 (Model H432B)

The Braille Sense U2, model H432B, is a Braille notetaker and word processor designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This compact, portable braille notetaker has a 9-key Perkins-style Braille keyboard, a 32-cell braille display and an LCD display. It provides the functionality of a laptop computer, including WiFi, chat, document processing, DAISY playback, GPS, YouTube, Excel, and DropBox. It can perform up to seven tasks simultaneously. The Braille Sense U2 includes mu

Braille Sense U2 Qwerty (Model H432Q)

The Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, model H432Q, is a Braille and electronic notetaker and word processor designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This compact, portable notetaker has a 9-key Perkins-style Braille keyboard, a QWERTY (alphabetic) keyboard, a 32-cell braille display, and an optional LCD display. It provides the functionality of a laptop computer, including WiFi, chat, document processing, DAISY playback, GPS, YouTube, Excel, and DropBox. It can perform up to sev

Braille Star 40

The Braille Star 40 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit can function both as a braille computer display terminal and as a portable braille notetaker. With Braille Star's Scratchpad feature, users can take notes while the device is connected to a computer, or download a file from the computer or the Internet and read, edit, and save changes to it when the Braille Star is disconnected. The Scratchpad can store up to four mega

Braille Voyager 70

Braille Voyager 70 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This display is designed for use with a desktop personal computer. It has thumbkeys to assist in screen navigation, making it unnecessary for the user to repeatedly switch hands from the keyboard to the display, and thereby ensuring an ergonomic posture. Display functions can be adjusted to fit individual preferences, and it works with all major screen readers. This display comes

Braille Wave

Braille Wave is a refreshable Braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This slimline 40-character Braille display provides access to most computer operating systems, including DOS, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000, and Linux, and features a built-in note-taking facility that can be used with or without connection to a computer. The included software enables notes taken to be transferred to Microsoft Word on a personal computer. Standard features include

Braille+ Mobile Manager (Model 1-07450-00)

The Braille+ Mobile Manager, model 1-07450-00, is a personal digital assistant (PDA) and voice output electronic organizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This braille-input version of the Icon from LevelStar has a Perkins-style Braille keyboard, a 30 gigabyte (GB) hard drive, and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability. Features include word processing; an MP3 player; a book player that supports DAISY books and Bookshare; voice recording; an address book, clock

Braille-Labelled Diskettes

Braille Labelled Diskettes are 3.5-inch and 5.25 inch computer diskettes designed to allow people who read Braille to determine the technical specification of a diskette and to create their own labels. An enclosed user kit contains pressure sensitive labels that may be embossed with information about the diskette contents and applied to the diskette. The diskettes are packaged in boxes of ten, and the price varies according to the number of boxes ordered. COMPATABILITY: For use on all computers.

Brailleconnect 12

The BrailleConnect 12 is a braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has 12 refreshable Braille cells and can be used to read and write text messages and operate a mobile phone or a personal digital assistant (PDA) or notetaker. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.7 x 8.1 x 13.0 centimeters.

Braillenote Apex (Model Bt 18)

The BrailleNote Apex, model BT 18, is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This notetaker has an eight-dot braille keyboard, voice output, and an 18-cell refreshable braille display. The display features thumb navigation by line, sentence or paragraph with braille keyboard. Other features include Microsoft Windows CE 6 operating system with Freescale iMX31 processor, 8 gigabytes (GB) of non-volatile user storage and 256 megabytes (MB) SDRAM; three

Braillenote Apex (Model Bt 32)

The BrailleNote Apex, model BT 32, is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This notetaker has an eight-dot braille keyboard, voice output, and a 32-cell refreshable braille display. The display features thumb navigation by line, sentence or paragraph with braille keyboard. Other features include Microsoft Windows CE 6 operating system with Freescale iMX31 processor, 8 gigabytes (GB) of non-volatile user storage and 256 megabytes (MB) SDRAM; three

Braillenote Apex (Model Qt 18)

The BrailleNote Apex, model QT 18, is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This notetaker has a standard alphabetic (QWERTY) keyboard, voice output, and an 18-cell refreshable braille display. The display features thumb navigation by line, sentence or paragraph with braille keyboard. Other features include Microsoft Windows CE 6 operating system with Freescale iMX31 processor, 8 gigabytes (GB) of non-volatile user storage and 256 megabytes (MB) SD

Braillenote Apex (Model Qt 32)

The BrailleNote Apex, model QT 32, is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This notetaker has a standard alphabetic (QWERTY) keyboard, voice output, and an 18-cell refreshable braille display. The display features thumb navigation by line, sentence or paragraph with braille keyboard. Other features include Microsoft Windows CE 6 operating system with Freescale iMX32 processor, 8 gigabytes (GB) of non-volatile user storage and 256 megabytes (MB) SD

Braillenote Pk

BrailleNote PK is a braille notetaker and personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This notetaker has an eight-key braille keyboard, speech output, and an 18-cell braille display with thumb navigation by line, sentence, or paragraph. Other features include Bluetooth technology for connecting to wireless devices; USB functionality; WiFi (wireless) connectivity; Internet Explorer (version 6); and KeySoft media player. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.

Braillepen 12 Touch

BraillePen 12 Touch is a Bluetooth Braille keyboard with Braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This keyboard connects to a phone, netbook, PC or tablet. It allows the user to navigate an external device with a joystick, write SMS, browse the Internet, complete 6-key entry into a Braille translator or simply type. The user can also switch between 6-dot and 8-dot Braille entries. Notes can be edited and memos created by using ActiveTouch cursor routi

Brailleplace

BraillePlace is a braille printer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This interpoint embosser has a print speed of 300 characters per second and is designed for use in braille publishing. It can print lines 45 characters wide using Library of Congress spacing, with 27 lines per page maximum. It connects to any computer through the parallel or serial ports, and has keypad controls with ET Speaks to vocalize controls and do other audio tasks. Braille can be printed i

Braillex El 2D-80, Braillex El 2D-66, And Braillex El 2D-40

The Braillex EL 2D-80, Braillex EL 2D-66, and Braillex EL 2D-40 are refreshable braille displays designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Braillex EL 2D models all have a standard horizontal Braille display, which presents lines from a computer screen in Braille, together with a vertical positional display that shows the cursor's location on the computer screen. By touching a routing key built into the positional display, users can quickly move the Braille display to des

Braillex El 80, Braillex El 40 Desktop, And Braillex El 40P

The Braillex EL 80, Braillex EL 40 Desktop, and Braillex EL 40P are refreshable braille displays designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. All three models have a standard horizontal Braille display, which presents lines from a computer screen in Braille. The Braillex EL 80 has an 80-cell Braille display, and the Braillex EL 40 Desktop and Braillex EL 40P models each have a 40-cell Braille display. The Braillex EL 40 Desktop is ergonomically optimized for use with a desktop c

Braillex Tiny

The Braillex Tiny is a portable refreshable braille display designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Braillex Tiny has a 40-cell Braille display with integrated cursor-routing. Thumb-operated controls enable users to move around the screen and use computer function keys without lifting their fingers from the Braille display. When a button is pressed, the Braille display functions as a positional display showing the location of the cursor on the screen. The Braillex Tiny

Brailliant 24

Brailliant 24 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 24-cell refreshable braille display enables the user to read the screen of a computer when used with screen reader software. A copy of Window Eyes screen reader is included (see separate entry); the display also works with other screen readers. The display has Bluetooth, USB, and serial interfaces. POWER: Uses the included battery. Battery life is 25 to 30 hours with Bluetooth co

Brailliant 40

Brailliant 40 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 40-cell refreshable braille display enables the user to read the screen of a personal computer when the computer is loaded with a screen reader program. (A copy of the Window Eyes screen reader program is included.) The display has Bluetooth, USB, and serial interfaces. POWER: Uses the included battery. Battery life is 25 to 30 hours with Bluetooth connectivity or 100 hours when

Brailliant 80

Brailliant 80 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This braille display has 80 braille cells and can be used to read the screen of a computer that is loaded with a screen reader program. A copy of the Window Eyes screen reader is included (see separate entry). This braille display has Bluetooth, USB, and serial interfaces. POWER: Uses the included battery. Battery life is 25 to 30 hours with Bluetooth connectivity, or 100 hours when

Braillino

Braillino is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This notetaker has a 20-character braille display with two Triple Action keys and an eight-key braille keyboard. It can be used independently or connected by a docking station to the Nokia Communicator, models 9210i or 9290 (see separate entry), a cell phone / personal data assistant (PDA). When the notetaker is connected to the Communicator, the latter can be controlled using the notetaker's brail

Braillo 200

The Braillo 200 is a Braille printer that can print six and eight dot braille at 200 cells per second. A liquid crystal display indicates the page count. Operator controls include form feed, reset, and paper stop. The printer may be connected directly to a paper cutter. The page lenths and line length are both adjustable; the maximum line length is 42 characters. DIMENSIONS: 22.62 x 25.74 x 33.93 inches. WEIGHT: 320 pounds.

Braillo 400 S

The Braillo 400 S is a braille printer that can print six and eight dot braille at 400 cells per second. A liquid crystal display indicates the page count. Operator controls include form feed, reset, and paper stop. The printer may be connected directly to a paper cutter. The page lenths and line length are both adjustable; the maximum line length is 42 characters. DIMENSIONS: 48.36 x 26.13 x 39.78 inches. WEIGHT: 530 pounds.

Braillo 400 Sr Embosser

The Braillo 400 SR Embosser is a Braille printer designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Braillo 400 SR Embosser reduces paper costs because it uses paper rolls up to 40 inches in diameter rather than standard continuous fanfold paper. Paper widths from four to fourteen inches are accepted. Once the paper is brailled, a built-in paper cutter cuts the paper and releases it to the stacker. When the stacker reaches its1000-sheet capacity, a sensor stops the machine so the

Braillo 440 Sw

Braillo 400 SW is a braille printer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This printer is designed for large volume production of braille. It prints simultaneously on both sides of the paper at a rate of 440 characters per second continuous printing. It uses standard paper rolls up to one meter in diameter, and can print two or four page sheets with a maximum sheet length of 13 inches. It has a built in paper cutter and a stacking unit for handling large format braill

Brain Cap

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype an Electroencephalography (EEG) “brain cap” technology that allows an individual to transfer one’s thoughts into motion. Researchers at the University of Maryland have created a prototype “brain cap” that can transform thoughts into motion using brain signals captured from the cap’s EEG sensors that are attached to user's scalp. The computer connected to the brain cap reconstructs 3D hand movements so that one can control a computer’s curso

Brain Interface Glasses Eye Tracking System

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a brain controlled interface pair of glasses that can be used by individuals with severe mobility disabilities and neurological disorders to control a computer. The glasses were created from off-the-shelf materials by PhD student William Abbott and Dr. Aldo Faisal, a lecturer in neurotechnology at Imperial College in the United Kingdom. The system has two basic components: (1) an eye tracking system that an individual wears on his or her

Brainfingers System

The Cyberlink System is a mouse emulator designed to provide hands-free computer operation for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The device uses a headband/sensor harness to detect electrical signals on the forehead resulting from subtle facial muscle, eye, and brain activity. These signals are amplified and digitized and sent to the computer where the Cyberlink software decodes the signals into ten BrainFingers for continuous cursor control. Eye motions and facial gestures are also

Breath-Operated Computer Mouse

---- PROTOTYPE --------- Operable through one’s breath, the breath-operated computer mouse enables physically impaired users to move a cursor around a computer screen without their hands. The device allows users to operate a computer using breathing patterns by controlling a cursor horizontally and vertically on the on-screen keyboard, as well as allowing them to enter characters. The user breathes through a tube, which employs a sensor to measure the user’s breath. The mouse then converts and i

Build-A-Board On-Screen Keyboard Designer Utilities (Model 12401)

Build-a-Board On-Screen Keyboard Designer Utilities, model 12401, is an on-screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This program enables the user to create, modify, manage, and integrate onscreen keyboards, keypads, macro buttons, and panels into any application. It supports creating and adding layouts to the manufacturer's My-T-Soft family of products, including My-T-Pen, My-T-Touch, My-T-S

Burgess Joystick Controller.

A line of joystick assemblies which can be used to build interfaces for handicapped persons. 2 or 4 switch version. Momentary or latching. Optional lift to operate can be added. Dimensions: 3 inches square by 1. 6 inches deep. Control shaft 2 inches high.

Butterfly Keyboard

High performance keyboard with logically controlled lighted keys. Sight selected entries, Braille, morse code, high speed infra-red communciation channel.

Cameleon Campac 2

Cameleon CamPac 2 is a keyboard communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. The system is based around a standard notebook computer with the addition of a voice synthesizer and amplified speaker. It comes with a standard notebook software bundle including Windows, and works with the manufacturer's standard communication software and vocabularies. POWER: Uses separate batteries for the amplifier and notebook computer. Additional batteries are available.

Camera Mouse

Camera Mouse is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, or upper extremity amputation. This program allows the user to control the mouse pointer on a computer through head movement. To use the software, a USB video camera (webcam) is connected to the computer, with the camera placed on the monitor and focused at the user. The user's moving image appears in the Camera Mouse window. A mouse clic

Carpal-Eez

Carpal-Eez is a wrist support for a standard computer keyboard. The support fits against the lower edge of the keyboard and extends partially under the keyboard to elevate it. The support can lift the lower edge of the keyboard to three different heights. On each end of the support, Carpal-Eez has a storage area for pencils and pens.

Carpalrest Adding Machine/calculator Wrist Support (Model Na8 Series)

The CarpalRest Adding Machine/Calculator Wrist Support, model NA8, is a wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The support is designed to hold a 10 key adding machine or desktop calculator. The wrist support is contoured and fully padded to disburse weight and eliminate pressure points. DIMENSIONS: Mouse Pad measures 8 inches in length. Wrist supports are available in 0.75, 1, or 1.25 in

Carpalrest Adjustable Wrist Support (Model Aj19L)

The CarpalRest Adjustable Wrist Support, model AJ19L, is a keyboard wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The adjustable wrist support fits most keyboards and can easily be adjusted for multiple users. Over-the-edge styling brings the keyboard closer to the user, requires less desk-top space, reduces reaching, and increases the user's distance from the monitor. The adjustment mechanism i

Carpalrest Articulating Arm (Model Aa22Ks Series)

The CarpalRest Articulating Arm, model AA22KS series, is a keyboard tray with wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The arm adjusts six inches in height, tilts easily, and rotates 360 degrees. It also allows a backslope of up to 20 degrees for comfortable use. The keyboard protector keeps the keyboard in place when the tray is in the backslope position. The arm extends out from the desk

Carpalrest Articulating Arm (Model Aa27Ks Series)

The CarpalRest Articulating Arm, model AA27KS series, is a keyboard tray with wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The arm adjusts six inches in height, tilts easily, and rotates 360 degrees. It also allows a backslope of up to 20 degrees for comfortable use. This articulating arm has a mouse pad area that lets users keep the mouse close to the keyboard whether it is used on the right o

Carpalrest Articulating Arm With Retractable Mouse Platform (Model Aa22Ksrmp Series)

The CarpalRest Articulating Arm with Retractable Mouse Platform, model AA22KSRMP series, is a keyboard tray with wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The arm adjusts six inches in height, tilts easily, and rotates 360 degrees. It also allows a backslope of up to 20 degrees for comfortable use. The keyboard protector keeps the keyboard in place when the tray is in the backslope position.

Carpalrest Keyboard Drawer (Dr22 Series)

The CarpalRest Keyboard Drawer, model DR22 series, is a keyboard tray with wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The drawer can be installed in any of three fixed height settings and the mounting brackets are reversible for added flexibility. The drawer extends out from the work surface, allowing the user to increase working distance from the monitor. When not in use, the drawer fully re

Carpalrest Keyboard Drawer (Model Dr27 Series)

The CarpalRest Keyboard Drawer, model DR27 series, is a keyboard tray with wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The drawer can be installed in any of three fixed height settings and the mounting brackets are reversible for added flexibility. The mouse pad area lets users keep the mouse clost to the keyboard whether it is used on the right or left hand side. The drawer extends out from t

Carpalrest Keyboard Drawer With Retractable Mouse Platform (Model Dr22Rmp Series)

The CarpalRest Keyboard Drawer with Retractable Mouse Platform, model DR22RMP series, is a keyboard tray with wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. The drawer can be installed in any of three fixed height settings and the mounting brackets are reversible for added flexibility. The drawer extends out from the work surface, allowing the user to increase working distance from the monitor. W

Carpalrest Wrist Support & Extended Wrist Support (Models Na19 Series & Na27 Series)

The CarpalRest Wrist Support and Extended Wrist Support, models NA19 Series and NA27 Series, are keyboard trays with wrist supports designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. These wrist supports are lightweight and portable and have neoprene feet that hold the entire unit in position on the working surface. There are two models available, the standard NA19 and the NA27 for those who use a mouse as well as

Cdesk Edge 11 Tablet

CDesk AdaptiveVoice is a stand-alone software program for the eye-sight impaired, low-vision individual, and senior citizen that enables access to the most-used functions of their computer. CDesk is a single program with 20 core applications, built to be user-friendly and accessible with the use of a consistent user interface. 'PEGGY’ is the software's speech recognition system that allows for a hands free user experience.

Cdesk Edge 8 Tablet

CDesk AdaptiveVoice is a stand-alone software program for the eye-sight impaired, low-vision individual, and senior citizen that enables access to the most-used functions of their computer. CDesk is a single program with 20 core applications, built to be user-friendly and accessible with the use of a consistent user interface. 'PEGGY’ is the software's speech recognition system that allows for a hands free user experience.

Cdesk Navigator Plus

CDesk AdaptiveVoice is a stand-alone software program for the eye-sight impaired, low-vision, and senior citizen that enables access to the most-used functions of their computer. CDesk is a single program with 20 core applications, built to be user-friendly and accessible with the use of a consistent user interface. 'PEGGY’ is the software's speech recognition system that allows for a hands free user experience.

Ceye Eye Control Module

The CEye Eye Control Module is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or upper extremity amputation. This unit enables the user to control the mouse by looking at a screen and dwelling (staring at the screen for a certain length of time) to select and blinking to click. Users place themselves in front of the screen for a one-time calibration, after which the system is fully automatic.

Chatbox 40-Xt

ChatBox 40-XT is a direct selection, scanning, and keyboard communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This sturdy voice-output device speaks pre-recorded (digitized) or synthesized messages when the user presses buttons on its alphabetic/symbolic keyboard, which has 40 keys with 10 levels for a total of 400 messages. The device has 30 minutes of recording time, and supports single-switch, dual-switch, and joystick scanning, with auditory prompts for

Chester Creek Learning Traditional Qwery Key Board

 ChesterKeys provides an adjustable Bluetooth keyboard with all controls, ports, microphone, and camera easily accessible. The keys feature extra-large font for increased visibility and include all the function keys; an I pad it is needed  as well as   Home, Volume, Search, Internet, and more. The soft faux leather case closes securely with a magnetic clasp. The iPad will rest  within the built-in, collapsible stand that can be angled for optimal viewing. The rechargeable battery provides 120-ho

Chester Mouse (Model Ctmo)

The Chester Mouse, model CTMO, is a mouse designed for use by individuals with cognitive, fine motor, or upper extremity disabilities or young children. This single-button mouse offers 800 dpi optical tracking and left-click function only. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, or Vista or MAC OS 10.1.5 or higher and a USB port (PS/2 adapter included). DIMENSIONS(LxWxH): 3.38 x 2.25 x 1.25 inches. COLOR: B

Cintex4

CINTEX4 is an environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This system enables the user to dial and answer the phone, control infrared devices such as televisions, VCRs, DVD’s, stereos, CD players, etc., and control appliances such as lights, fans, etc. using voice commands or switch input (an input program such as Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional or a switch input program for keyboard emulation required, but not include

Classic Gel Keyboard Palm Rest (Model Swr1225)

The Classic Gel Keyboard Palm Rest, model SWR1225, is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. Intended to reduce wrist strain while working on a computer, the unit is made of gel-filled Lycra, with a long rectangular shape that fits in front of a computer keyboard. DIMENSIONS: 3 x 18.5 inches.

Classic Gel Pluspad

The Classic Gel PlusPad, model SMP40, is a wrist support for mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or upper extremity disabilities. This leatherette gel pad provides a soft support to reduce strain on the wrist. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 2.75 x 5 inches. COLOR: Black.

Classroom Suite Alternative Access Kit

The Classroom Suite Alternative Access Kit is a keytop overlay set for children with learning or cognitive disabilities. This add-on to the IntelliTools Classroom Suite (see separate entry) includes 12 preprinted overlays that provide access to the key areas of Classroom Suite: early learning, reading, writing, and mathematics. It also includes an easily followed overlay directory that lists each overlay and the corresponding template and provides a graphic representation. An Alternative Access

Click-N-Type Virtual Keyboard

The Click-N-Type Virtual Keyboard is an on- screen keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This 32-bit software application enables the user to send keystrokes to virtually any Windows application or DOS application that can run within a window, using a mouse, trackball, touch screen, or other pointing device, COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista operating system.

Clickaid

ClickAid is a stand-alone on-screen mouse emulator designed for use by individual with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. Designed for individuals who have difficulty switching between mouse buttons or double clicking on a physical computer mouse, this program works with all mouse systems, including head mouse and touch screen devices. Functions can be accessed by clicking on the form or, optionally, by using AutoSelect dwelling to enable the functions to be selected by hovering the mou

Clicker 6

Clicker 6 is a voice output word processor program and on-screen keyboard program designed for individuals at all ability levels, including students with learning disabilities or cognitive disabilities. It has a wide range of accessibility options for users who cannot use a mouse or keyboard, including individuals with upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. In this program, users can create a customized on-screen keyboard grid with letters, whole words, or pictures. Users can click

Clickit! For Macintosh & Clickit! For Windows

ClickIt! is a mouse emulator program designed to provide access to Macintosh or Windows programs with IntelliKeys (see separate entry), switches, or the regular keyboard for individuals with physical, cognitive or visual disabilities. The program provides instant mouse-less access to menus, dialog boxes and scroll bars. It also allows custom overlays or switches to click on Hot Spots on the screen. Other features include automatically sending an overlay when launching a new program or when the s

Clip&read (Model 2916)

Clip&Read, model 2916, is a pair of magnifying glasses for cell phone screens, digital camera screens, and other small devices, designed for use by individuals with low vision. This miniature pair of reading glasses can be attached to any portable device, using either the attached clip or the included velcro fastenings. The glasses are lightweight and sit snugly on the sides of the user's temples without pressure points. Magnification levels are +1.5 and +2.5 diopters. The glasses come with

Coinsnkeys

COINSNKEYS is a coin recognition and counting practice program with voice prompt and output. Tasks in program include identifying real coins by spoken name, identifying real coins by spoken value, identifying the computer keys by name, practice counting one-to-one, and practice counting simulated coins and bills. A speech synthesizer is required for voice output (not included with program). Program also includes instructions so that coins can be mounted on the keyboard. COINSNKEYS is sold as a s

Coloring Books

Coloring Books is a drawing program designed for use by individuals with developmental or physical disabilities. Designed to be accessed using a mouse, IntelliKeys (see separate entry), or a switch, the program enables the user to select from as few as four and as many as sixteen colors (the number of colors displayed is user-selectable). Selecting a color fills in the designated area on the screen and the name of each color is announced as it is selected. The completed pictures can be printed.

Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000

The Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 is a compact ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or repetetive strain injury. This keyboard is intended to allow the user to work on a computer with the hands in a more natural position. The keyboard's curved layout helps the hands and wrists rest more naturally. The keys are notebook-like with an ultra-thin profile. Internet and multimedia hot keys allow access to the Internet or multimedia at the touch of a button. The

Comfort Keyboard, Ergomagic Keyboard, & Ergoflex Keyboard

The Comfort Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetetive motion injuries, disabilities of the wrist or hand, or limited range of motion. This keyboard splits a traditional expanded keyboard into three independently movable sections attached to a track. Each section is capable of rotatating 360 degrees and tilting 0 to 90 degrees. The order of the three sections can be arranged according to the user's needs. This programmable ke

Comfort On-Screen Keyboard Pro

The Comfort On-Screen Keyboard Pro is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals who have difficulty use a standard keyboard. This multilingual application displays a virtual keyboard on the screen and allows the user to type on it using a mouse pointer or a touch screen. The keyboard layout, colors, sounds, and interface themes are customizable. More than 49 types of on screen keyboard are included, and the keyboard size can be changed without editing. Other features include

Complete Early Learning Intellikeys Bundle

The Complete Early Learning IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading and math skills tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes Early Learning I, Early Learning II, Early Learning III, Mix 'N Match, and Money Skills (see also separate entries) software from Marblesoft and all appropriate overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIR

Computer Interface For Optical Headpointer.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Optical headpointer and photodetector circuit designed to be immune to false triggering. Describes a photodetector circuit tuned to respond only to light pulsed at 90 Hertz (from a headpointer beam), ignoring shifts in ambient light level and room lighting. Circuit output feeds directly into a computer. Includes circuit diagrams for a lamp driver and a photodetector. COMMENTS: For further information contact: G L Heseltine, Science Unlimited Research F

Computer Interface Music Maker

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To develop a computer interface that tracks the movement of a user’s head, allowing them to produce electronic sounds and compose music on a virtual keyboard. Working with a team of musicians and programmers; Zane Van Dusen, Rensselaer Polytech Institute senior, creates a device to be used by individuals with severe mobility disabilities. This prototype allows individuals with severe mobility disabilities to express his or her creativity through music. The user

Computer Left Click Interface For Switch User

The Computer Left Click Interface for Switch User is a switch adapted mouse designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury.This unit connects to a computer with a USB connection. It can move the cursor like a standard mouse, but it is equipped with a standard .125-inch jack port for switch (switch not included). When activated, the switch initiates the left click function. It has a retractable cord for easy storage and por

Computer Screen Enlarger (Model Ctc-20H)

The Computer Screen Enlarger, model CTC-20H, is a screen magnifier designed to magnify text and other items displayed on a computer screen for people with low vision. This hanging magnifier attaches to the top of the computer monitor and hangs in front of the screen to magnify 1.5 times their normal size. This magnifier also reduces glare and reflection, eliminates static, and blocks ultra-violet rays (UV). DIMENSIONS: Fits 14- to 17-inch monitors. WARRANTY: One year.

Concentrate! I On Words & Concepts

CONCENTRATE! I On Words & Concepts is a language, vocabulary enhancement, and memory improvement tutorial program designed to exercise short term memory, enhance word knowledge, foster cooperative play and provide recreational enjoyment for children and adults who have a developmental, physical, or language learning disability or autism, or adults with traumatic brain injury and aphasia. It is a series of educational games that reinforces the lessons of the Words & Concepts series (see s

Contoured Essential Keyboard, Contoured Classic Keyboard, & Contoured Professional Keyboard

The Contoured Essential Keyboard is an expanded ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other disabilities of the hand or wrist or with limited range of motion. This non-programmable keyboard is a one-piece unit with the keys divided into right- and left-handed concave sections or key wells. The key wells are designed to accommodate different finger lengths, shortening the reach to distant keys. Keys frequently accesse

Cordless Switch Interface (Model H-53-Usb)

The Cordless Switch Interface, model H-53-USB, is a computer switch interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit provides a place to plug switches into a computer without having to connect a cable to the computer. This unit can also be used as a presentation mouse. It has two switch inputs. When switches are plugged into the jacks, they function as standard mouse-clicks (left or right in Windows; left or co

Creature Antics

Creature Antics is a cause and effect training program program designed to improve attention skills and teach cause and effect, turn-taking, and switch use for individuals with developmental, cognitive, visual or physical disabilities or autism. This program is designed to increase auditory and visual attention; train cause and effect and turn taking; develop intentionality; and offer recreational enjoyment. Users activate a single switch, touch screen, or the space bar to make "creatures" perfo

Creature Cartoons

Creature Cartoons is a single switch program designed to improve attention skills and teach cause and effect, turn-taking, and switch use for individuals with developmental, cognitive, visual or physical disabilities or autism. Its benefits include increasing auditory and visual attention; training cause and effect and turn taking; developing intentionality; and offering recreational enjoyment. Users activate a single switch, touch screen, or the space bar to make the cartoon's story line contin

Creature Chorus Sterling Edition

Creature Chorus Sterling Edition is single switch program designed to introduce the concepts of cause and effect, turn taking, visual tracking, discrete pointing, and use of a single switch for individuals with developmental, physical, or visual disabilities. The program offers nine games for use with a single switch, touch screen, or the space bar. Eight animated characters introduce the concepts of cause and effect, switch use, visual tracking, discrete pointing, and turn taking. Games range f

Creature Magic

Creature Magic is a single switch program designed to introduce early language and cognitive concepts, cause and effect, turn-taking and use of a single switch for individuals with developmental, physical or visual disabilities or autism. This program is designed to introduce early language concepts, provide exposure to word combinations, reinforce critical cognitive concepts and offer recreational enjoyment. There are four games which show the concept of non-existence where things disappear and

Crick Usb Switch Interface

The Crick USB Switch Interface is a computer switch adapter designed to make computers switch-operable for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This switch interface works with almost all switch accessible software. It plugs directly into the computer's USB port and connecting switches. It will instantly work with Clicker, Cloze Pro, and All My Words 2 (not included) with no set up required. For other switch accessible software, this adapter comes with USB Keys, a

Crossscanner (Models Smx-3, Sm-3, & Sw-3)

CrossScanner is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This program enables one- or two-switch control of mouse functions. With the switch(es) plugged into a switch interface (not included), the user is able to perform mouse moves; performs clicks, double clicks, and drags; operate menus; and enter text through an on-screen keyboard. An AutoScan feature enabless the user to initiate scrolling

Cruise

Cruise is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device requires no hand or wrist movement. Users control the speed and direction of the cursor with a single, soft touch of a control ring. The programmable unit stores personal settings for automatic retrieval each time the computer is powered up. Designed to be plug-and-play for any computer with PS/2 or USB connection, the device features two switch input jack

Custom Carpalrest Wrist Support

Custom CarpalRest Wrist Support is a wrist support designed to prevent stress, fatigue, and repetitive strain that contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive motion disorders. If a pre-designed keyboard wrist support does not fit the needs and specifications of the user, custom made wrist supports can be designed by the manufacturer. Technicians will assist the user in determining the best product or design, whether it is for a laptop, a typewriter, an unusual shaped keyboards, or hard-

Custom Keyguards

Custom Keyguards are designed to enable people with upper extremity disabilities to use a standard computer keyboard but are unable to keep their hand elevated above it or who use a headwand or mouthstick. Keyguards support the hands and allow them to slide across the keyboard without pressing any keys. Desired keys are depressed through the corresponding keyhole. The keyguards also prevents the user from inadvertently pressing more than one key at a time. Latching mechanisms are provided for ke

Cymouse

Cymouse is a head operated video game controller designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This control unit allows the user to reassign key functions to slight head motions. It is a five-axis game controller that can be manipulated with the user's head. The unit does not replace the mouse, but can be used as a supplement, giving the user more control over the game. It uses infrared light and math to determine the user's head posi

D.I.Y. Haptic Gloves

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Allows a system of vibrations help those with hand and upper extremity disabilities practice fine motor skills. Small vibration motors are connected to biking gloves and are controlled through a computer interface. COMMENTS: For those who have issues with small, fine motor movements, the vibrations can help assist a user in creating muscle memory of the functional movements. SKILLS REQUIRED: Basic engineering. AUTHOR: David Schneider. TITLE: DIY glove-

Dakim Brainfitness System

The Dakim BrainFitness System is a computer with touch screen that comes with a cognitive skills and memory improvement tutorial program designed to enhance or maintain memory and other cognitive functions in seniors, people with cognitive, neurological or memory disabilities or individuals with brain injury. The system consists of a touch screen computer (with no keyboard or mouse), a pair of stereo headphones, and the Dakim BrainFitness Software (see separate entry), which is preloaded onto th

Dana

Dana is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. This hand-held device has a full-size keyboard, Palm OS operating system, and a wide screen display in a polycarbonate ABS case. Users can use this device to write a story, organize the week, record an appointment, or read an eBook. The units come with AlphaWord word processor software; two USB ports, two expansion slots, and an IrDA (infrared) port for sharing data and software with other devices; a CD-ROM with

Darci Too

DARCI TOO is a keyboard emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This device can be controlled by joysticks, switches, matrix keyboards, or communication aids and supplies Morse Code, scanning, matrix keyboard, Darci Code, and communication aid access to all computer functions.The input device is selected by a setup menu which is displayed on DARCI TOO's display panel. Input devices are connected to one of the three input connectors. Setup ro

Darci Usb

The Darci USB is a Morse-code interface for a computer designed to provide mouthstick access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The Darci USB also has audio feedback through a built-in speaker, making it usable by persons who are blind or have low vision. The lightweight Darci USB uses Windows keyboard drivers, and when it is plugged into a computer's USB port, the computer recognizes the device as if it were the keyboard. The Darci USB can be customized to match the user's capab

Datahand Professional Ii Ergonomic Keyboard & Datahand Personal Edition

The Datahand Professional II Ergonomic Keyboard and DataHand Personal Edition are modified keyboard systems designed to reduce or eliminate the discomfort associated with repetitive motion conditions such as Carpal tunnel syndrome, and to increase typing productivity. Both models consist of two separate keypads, one for each hand, that plug into most computers. Each hand rests on an ergonomically shaped and padded palm support. Five keys surround each fingertip and the thumbs. The keypads have

Dectalk Express

DECtalk Express is a speech synthesizer designed to provide computer speech output for people who are blind or who have low vision. This portable, external synthesizer provides human-like tones and several voice styles. This synthesizer plugs into the serial port of a computer and works in conjunction with screen access software to provide speech output of keyed input and other information displayed on the screen. The Express includes a carrying case, a detachable accessory pouch, headphones, a

Dectalk Pc

DECtalk PC is a speech synthesizer card designed to translate ASCII text files into synthesized speech output for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The synthesized speech capability of the card includes nine predefined voices with user-adjustable inflection. The rate of speech ranges from 75 to 650 words per minute. A user-modifiable dictionary enables the addition of custom vocabulary. The card plugs into the ISA slot of a personal computer and works in conjunction with screen acces

Desktalk

DeskTalk is a voice output computer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This desktop computer includes a preloaded screen reader program and software. The computer features an Intel Celeron one gigahertz (GhZ) processor, a 20 gigabyte (GB) hard drive, 256 megabyte (MB) random access memory (RAM), a built-in modem, speakers, and the Window Eyes Professional screen reader program (see separate entry). This package also includes the "My Office" suite, featuring word pr

Digital Audio Unit (Model Cd-05)

The Digital Audio Unit, model CD-20, is a voice output module designed to offer a single pre-recorded voice, music or sound effects to products and processes for persons with low vision. This self-contained unit consists of a microprocessor that can be implemented to provide a recording serving safety; instruction; security; or information purposes. It is designed to interface with electrical signals (i.e. analog or digital - household appliances/electrical devices) triggered by various types of

Digital Audio Unit (Model Cd-10)

The Digital Audio Unit, model CD-10, is a voice output module designed to offer pre-recorded voice, sound effects or music to products and processes for persons with low vision. This self-contained unit consists of a microprocessor that can be implemented to provide recordings serving safety; instruction; security; or information purposes. It is designed to interface with electrical signals (i.e. analog or digital - household appliances/electrical devices) triggered by various types of sensors (

Digital Audio Unit (Model Cd-20)

The Digital Audio Unit, model CD-20, is a voice output module designed to offer pre-recorded voice, sound effects or music to products and processes for persons with low vision. This self-contained unit consists of a microprocessor that can be implemented to provide recordings serving safety; instruction; security; or information purposes. It is designed to interface with electrical signals (i.e. analog or digital - household appliances/electrical devices) triggered by various types of sensors (

Digital Audio Unit (Model Cd-30)

The Digital Audio Unit, model CD-30, is a voice output module designed to offer pre-recorded voices, sound effects or music to products and processes for persons who are blind or have low vision. This self-contained unit consists of a microprocessor that can be implemented to provide recordings serving safety; instruction; security; or information purposes. It is designed to interface with electrical signals (i.e. analog or digital - household appliances/electrical devices) triggered by various

Discover:board

The Discover:Board is a keyboard interface designed for use by children and adults with upper extremity, visual, or cognitive disabilities. This voice output keyboard speaks letters, words, or sentences to provide auditory feedback and can be used with such applications as ClarisWorks, Co:Writer, Write:OutLoud, Speaking Dynamically, and the Internet. The set includes the large membrane keyboard, four keyboard overlays, overlay creation software, support for a variety of programs, text entry capa

Discover:ke:nx Evaluation Set

The Discover:Ke:nx Evaluation Set is a keyboard interface kit designed to offer a wide range of computer access features for multiple users with physical disabilities. The package includes Ke:nx, PCA Checklist, Big:Calc, Kids in Action Icon Gallery, Key Largo, Macintosh TouchWindow; KeyGuard 128 for Key Largo, DJ (Don Johnston) Switch Kit, and Write:Outloud (see also separate entries). COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: ADB port, hard drive, 8 megabytes RAM, an

Discover:screen

Discover:Screen is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals who cannot access a standard keyboard. This voice-output program provides point-and-click access to keyboard letters, whole words, and communication phrases. This keyboard has choices for entering text, talking phrases, and options for performing macros. The package includes ready-made files that match popular programs, as well as text entry, number pad, training files, talking files, a 500-image graphic library, an

Discover:switch

The Discover:Switch is a single-switch keyboard modification and on-screen keyboard program designed to enable children with physical disabilities to access popular educational software. The voice-output switch enables students to use educational software, send e-mail, and operate multimedia programs. The switch includes all necessary software to enable it to display and speak a standard keyboard layout or to display and speak words, phrases, or sentences displayed in a keyboard-style matrix. Wi

Disk Drive For Notetaker

The Disk Drive for Notetaker is a disk accessory designed to enable users of Freedom Scientific braille and electronic notetakers (Braille 'N Speak, Type 'N Speak, Braille Lite, or Type Lite; see separate entries) to save any file from a notetaker to a standard diskette. The diskettes are formatted in standard PC-compatible format and are readable by any IBM or compatible computer. The diskettes can be used for data storage or sharing or to serve as a backup of file memory for the notetaker. Thi

Diy Mouse From Wii Remote

---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create a do-it-yourself mouse for individuals with hand disabilities. First the Wii remote needs to be disassembled in order to reach the button actuators in which to solder the ADSL cable. Step 1: To disassemble the remote: (1) Dismount the battery cap you will see two screws, (2) with the screw driver (a special one bought on eBay for one dollar was used) unscrew the screws, (3) this will allow the remote to be taken apart, (4) the golden circl

Diy Wireless Typing Glove

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a wireless typing glove for individuals who type on a smartphone or computer one-handed and individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. (Generally Accessible Universal Nomadic Tactile Low-power Electronic Typist) is a do-it-yourself wireless typing glove that was developed by a pair of former design students and is in the beta stage of development. G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. allows users to type on any smartphone

Dj Propack Speech Module (Model M96)

The DJ ProPack Speech Module, model M96, is a speech synthesizer designed to put high quality speech in all Don Johnston talking software for individuals with communication disabilities or who are blind or have low vision. This program includes the latest MacinTalk Pro text-to-speech software which has a complete selection of natural sounding, intelligent voices. Numbers are pronounced correctly, words are spoken in context, and many abbreviations can be understood. COMPATIBILITY: Macintosh. SYS

Docreader

DocReader is a voice output word processor designed for use by individuals with dyslexia or learning disabilities. Word processing functions incude the ability to open, save and print documents; copy, cut, paste, and delete text; and apply formatting to the text (color, font, size). This program can read documents aloud using clear RealSpeak voices, including documents typed within the program itself or within Microsoft Word, a chat program, or an e-mail program. It can also speak as the user ty

Dollars And Cents Intellikeys Bundle

The Dollars and Cents IntelliKeys Bundle is a money management tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the First Money, Spending Money, and Making Change programs (see separate entry) from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The Ma

Dot & Print

Dot & Print is a dual braille / print printing system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This printer can produce standard ink print and six-dot braille on alternating lines. It prints at a rate of 50 characteres per second, using Hewlett-Packard inkjet technology for ink print. In addition to braille and print on alternating lines, it can also produce braille alone, standard print alone, and large print alone.

Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display (Model Dv-1)

The Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display, model DV-1, is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This portable tactile display device converts graphical information from a computer screen into touchable images in real time. It can display all types of tactile images, including text characters, braille, magnification and reduction, scrolling, and moving images. Users can touch the image of a computer mouse in performing the click and drag o

Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display (Model Dv-2)

The Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display, model DV-2, is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device is capable of converting graphical information from a computer screen into touchable images in real time. It can display text characters and braille; maps, animal figures, and other line art; scanned photographs and images from digital cameras; and moving images. Operations such as click and drag with the computer mouse, scrolling,

Doubletalk Chipset (Models Rc8650 & Rc8660)

The DoubleTalk Chipset is a speech synthesizer designed for use in talking devices accessible to individuals who are blind or have low vision, or in speaking aids for individuals with speech disabilities. Applications include talking optical character recognition systems, ATM machines, talking pagers and PDAs, GPS navigation systems, vending and ticketing machines, dial-up information systems, handheld barcode readers, security systems, and aids for individuals with speech or visual disabilities

Doubletalk Pc & Doubletalk Lt

DoubleTalk PC and DoubleTalk LT are speech synthesizer cards designed to provide computer speech output for individuals who are blind or who have low vision. The DoubleTalk PC includes four types of speech synthesizers. This card does not effect the speed of the application in use, converts English or Spanish text to speech, and can play back several types of digitized speech. The device offers 11 programmable modes and user-controlled parameters such as selectable voices, translation modes, ind

Dr. Peet's Talk / Writer

Dr. Peet's Talk/Writer is a two-disk reading tutorial program designed to teach to motivate beginning readers and writer to compose text on screen and to provide voice output of typed text to the user for reinforcement and auditory feedback. The first disk, ABC Discovery, introduces the alphabet, provides lessons in recognition of capital and lower-case letters, keyboard familiarity, and a one-line word processor. Disk Two, Talk/Writer, has a word processor with four commands, which uses ECHO vo

Dragger

Dragger, also called Dragger32, is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. Using the AutoClick feature, mouse clicks can be performed by dwelling. Dwells and switch clicks can be transformed into double clicks, right clicks, or drags. This feature enters a left-button click after the pointer is motionless for a user-defined period of 0.2 to 10 seconds. A single click entered manually or wi

Dual Channel Headsets For The Visually Impaired (Model Smh 1783-11)

The Dual Channel headset for the Visually Impaired, model SMH 1783-11, is a microphone headset designed to fit a variety of communication applications requiring the use of two channels for individuals with a visual disability. The models are designed for use by secretaries and receptionists in transcribing from dictation devices and for use by telephone operators with visual disabilities using talking terminals. It is based on the StarMate Supra headset where one channel allows the user to trans

Duxbury Braille Translator For Windows (Dbt Win)

The Duxbury Braille Translator for Windows (DBT Win) is a Braille translation program designed to provide Braille computer output for individuals who are blind. DBT Win is also designed to help persons who are not familiar with Braille as well as professional Braille transcribers to create highly accurate Braille versions of school textbooks and other teaching materials, office memos, restaurant menus, and signs compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Features include compatibi

Dwell Clicker 2

Dwell Clicker 2 is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. The program emulates left and right clicks, double click, adjustable drag sensitivity, as well as offering the choice of auditory feedback. This software utilizes dwelling, a feature that enables the user to move the cursor over an item to be "clicked" and have the cursor automatically activate the click. The cursor activation time can be set from 0.5 to 5 seconds, and the

Dwellbuddy

DwellBuddy is a mouse modification program and mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive stress injuries, arthritis, or upper extremity or neurological disabilities. This software allows the user position the mouse cursor in a selected position on the screen to signal that this is the desired spot. If it is not clear what the user wants to do, DwellBuddy will generate a pop-up menu offering the following options: "Click," "Double Click

Early Emerging Rules: Negation

Early Emerging Rules: Negation is a language tutorial and vocabulary enhancement program designed to train early grammatical constructions and facilitate the transition from single words to word combinations for individuals with developmental, visual, physical or language learning disabilities. The program uses speech, pictures, and animated characters and is intended as a follow-up to the vocabulary training provided by First Words, First Words II, and First Verbs (see entries). The six instruc

Early Learning I

Early Learning I is a perceptual training program designed for teaching recognition of colors, shapes, numbers, and letters to children with a learning disability. The program includes the following four lessons: Matching Colors, Learning Shapes, Counting Numbers, and Letter Match. All have the option of being controlled with: a keyboard, a mouse, a touch screen, IntelliKeys, or single- or dual-switch input. The program may be set to ask for a yes or no response with no as default value. A speec

Early Learning I Intellikeys Bundle

The Early Learning I IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes the Early Learning I (see also separate entry) software from Marblesoft and a set of six overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). The program teaches identification of eight colors, eight shapes by sight and name, numbers from one through twenty, and upper and lower case letter

Early Learning Ii Intellikeys Bundle

The Early Learning II IntelliKeys Bundle is a math tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes the Early Learning II (see also separate entry) software from Marblesoft and a set of two overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). The program teaches simple addition and number sequencing. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: System 7.1 or higher, fou

Early Learning Iii Intellikeys Bundle

The Early Learning III IntelliKeys Bundle is a math tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes the Early Learning III (see also separate entry) software from Marblesoft and a set of three overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). The program teaches simple subtraction and the concepts of greater than, less than, and equal to. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh computers. SYS

Easy Access

Easy Access is a set of keyboard utilities built into the Apple Macintosh operating system that allow the user to modify the operation of the keyboard and mouse for individuals who have limited upper extremity mobility. The utilities are provided with the operating system at no additional cost. Sticky Keys is a feature that allows single-finger operation of the keyboard. With Sticky Keys turned on, the "modifier" keys (such as SHIFT) can be pressed before the key they modify, rather than at the

Easy Cat

Easy Cat is a touch pad designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities and others who cannot manipulate a mouse. This external touch pad enables the user to control cursor movement by moving a finger on the surface of the pad. Two mechanical buttons emulate a two-button mouse. The unit can be mounted to most surfaces or held in the palm of the hand. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers or Macintosh computers with USB or serial/PS2 connection. DIMENSIONS: 2.7 x 3

Echo Smartpen

The Echo Smartpen is a scanner and digital recorder that records handwritten notes and accompanying audio commentary for people with developmental, learning, cognitive or memory disabilities. The Echo is a functioning pen that uses a high-speed infrared camera to record everything it writes. It also has a microphone embedded in the pen that records lectures or audio notes made by the user to augment the written material. The Echo has an ARM 9 processor, and video and audio recordings are stored

Edacts Keyboard

The EDACTS Keyboard (Everyone Deserves A Chance To Speak) is an oversized keyboard connected to an internal circuit board from a Commodore 64 computer. Price includes cost of a Commodore 64. The keyboard contains 80 pushbutton keys, each 3/4" square, hinged on the edge furthest away from the user. Keys are color coded by function. Keys are separated horizontally by small vertical dividing walls. The rows are 1" apart and each is 3/8" higher than the preceding one. There are two modes of operatio

Eek

EEK is an on-screen keyboard program designed to allow keystrokes to be sent to Windows applications when keys are clicked. Input can be made with any pointing device such as a mouse, track ball, touch screen, or head pointing system. EEK can be resized and can be customized to run over any Windows application. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC or compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 3.1 or higher.

Eezee Mouse Cursor

The eeZee Mouse CURSOR is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetitive motion injuries. This device provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through subtle body movements. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to perform the cursor movements. Operating as a joystick in space, the key to the s

Eezee Mouse Switch

The eeZee Mouse SWITCH is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetitive motion injuries. The eeZee Mouse SWITCH provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through subtle body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and drag. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to

Eg-Ergoarm Armrest

The EG-ErgoArm Armrest is an adjustable arm support designed for use by individuals with limited upper extremity strength or range of motion or by people with repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. It also provides wrist support. The arm pads guide arm placement and keep wrists in a neutral position. Each unit may be used with either the right or left arm. The EG-ErgoArm mounts on a desktop or workstation up to 1.875 inches thick without tools using a clamp. The clamp end swi

Eia Web Browser

The EIA (Enhancing Internet Access) Web Browser is a touchscreen Web browser designed for use by individuals with cognitive and learning disabilities. Its simplified interface features a context-sensitive onscreen keyboard that extends touchscreen capability, while standard mouse and keyboard access is retained. The program comes on a CD-ROM. OPTIONS: IntelliKeys interface; integrated assessment and Web training modules. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Elba - Braillex El Braille Assistant

The Braillex EL Braille Assistant (ELBA) is a Braille notetaker designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The ELBA features a built-in modem and software providing full Internet and e-mail access. Also included are a word processor, day-planner, scientific calculator, MP3 player, spreadsheet program, database program, and Braille translation program. It uses the Linux operating system. The ELBA has 16 megabytes (MB) of non-volatile flash memory and 32 MB RAM, allowing storage

Emfuse Color Braille Station

The EmFuse Color Braille Station is a dual Braille/print printing system designed for use in the production of print and Braille books and documents. This unit can print 1200 x 600 dots per inch (dpi) in full color while embossing up to 400 Braille cells per second (cps). It prints double-sided with ink and Braille, and can emboss Braille in 8 different dot heights for high-resolution tactile graphics. It holds 2,350 pages up to 12x18 inches and can be reloaded while printing. It works with bra

Enable Eyes Control Bar

The Enable Eyes Control Bar is an eye controlled communicator program and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities and severe physical or neurological disabilities. The system utilizes state-of-the art eye tracking technology to create an all-in-one computer access and AAC software solution. Users can experience communication through speech generation, emails, instant messaging, and more. The software is designed to put eye tracking tools within re

Enlarged Symbols On Calculator

DO IT YOURSELF PURPOSE: To enable an individual with low vision to read the key legends on a talking calculator. The user, who has macular degeneration, desired to read the legends on calculator keys in addition to having the audible feedback from the calculator. The existing numbers were painted over in black and new larger numbers were painted on in white. The new numbers were then covered in clear varnish to inhibit wearing off. TITLE: Calculator Keys. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Vol 23 no 2,

Ergo Cloud

The Ergo Cloud is a keyboard wrist and are support designed to alleviate pressure on the underside of the wrists and to maintain the wrist and forearm in a neutral position to minimize the effects of repetitive motions that can lead to conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or neck, shoulder, or lower back pain. This ergonomically designed support can be used with a keyboard or mouse and supports work for right and left hand users. The device is lightweight, portable and can be installed on o

Ergo-Comfort Articulating 28-Inch Keyboard/mouse Arm(Model 2137)

The Ergo-Comfort Articulating 28-Inch Keyboard/Mouse Arm, model 2137, is an adjustable-height keyboard tray with built-in wrist support and mouse pad, designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or mobility disabilities. The height of the phenolic platform can be adjusted within a six-inch range, and the tilt can be adjusted within a 30-degree range (from minus 15 to plus 15 degrees) using a tilt adjustment knob. The tray also rotates a full 360 degrees. It is mounted to a desk o

Ergo-Trackball

The Ergo-Trackball is a track ball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This rugged pointing device is sloped at a 45-degree angle and has a detachable wrist rest. The track ball itself is fixed and it has three programmable buttons. The ergonomic design fits right- or left-handed users and all hand sizes. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with serial/PS2 connection.

Ergoclick

The ErgoClick is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome, fine motor disabilities, or upper extreemity disabilities. This device enables the user to move the mouse pointer using both hands in a relaxed manner; the palm of the right hand is used to position the pointer on the screen and the palm of the left hand is used to generate mouse clicks. ErgoClick also features an adjustable clicking force. The actuation force of the click button adjusts from 30 grams

Ergodex Dx-1 Programmable Keyboard

The Ergodex DX-1 Adaptive Keyboard is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical, upper extremity, vision or cognitive disabilities. This keyboard consists of a tablet and 25 adhesive-backed keys. Although the adhesive forms a strong bond, the keys can be moved by twisting them off, enabling them to be moved around on the surface. The keys are programmable to perform any number of tasks, including controlling single or multiple functions such as moving entire bloc

Ergoport Posturepod (Models Ep1Ch & Ep2Ch)

The Ergoport Posturepod, models EP1CH and EP2CH, are designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. These desktops support the keyboard and the mouse and fits around the user's waist. The units are designed to enable the user to maintain the safest possible posture while working at the computer, bringing the arms close to the torso and providing support for the elbows. They also decrease the angle of wrist extension, and coupled with the integral forearm rest, helps reduce pressure

Ergorest Mobile Arm Support

The ErgoRest Mobile Arm Support is an adjustable arm support designed for use by individuals with limited upper extremity strength or range of motion or by people with repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. It also provides wrist support. The arm pad guides arm placement and keeps the wrist in a neutral position. Each unit may be used with either the right or left arm. The ErgoRest mounts on a desktop or workstation without tools using a clamp. The arm rest swivels rotate 360

Esys 12

The Esys 12 is a braille notetaker, braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This portable unit has 12 braille cells with 12 integrated cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. The Esys 12 includes a ten-key braille keyboard with which the user can type notes. The unit can be used to read and write text messages and operate a mobile phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), personal computer (PC), or notetaker. The user can

Esys 24

The Esys 24 (also known as the esys24) is a braille notetaker, refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 24 braille cells with 24 integrated cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. The Esys 24 includes a ten-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The unit can be used independently or connected to a PC work station via Bluetooth or USB. It can also be used to send and

Esys 40

The Esys 40 (also known as esys40) is a braille notetaker, refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have vision. This portable unit has a large display with 40 braille cells with 40 integrated cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. The esys40 includes a ten-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The unit can be used independently or connected to a PC work station via Bluetooth or USB. It can be used to read and

Esys 64

The Esys 64 (also know as the esys64) is a braille notetaker, refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 64 braille cells with 64 cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. It includes a ten-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The Esys 64 features grey aluminium housing and black plastic details. The unit can be used independently or connected to a PC work station via

Esys 80

The Esys 80 (also known as the esys80) is a braille notetaker, refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 80 braille cells with 80 cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. It includes a ten-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The Esys 80 features grey aluminium housing and black plastic details. The unit can be used independently or connected to a PC work station or

Esyslight

The esysLight is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 40 braille cells with 40 cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. It can be used independently or connected to another device via Bluetooth or mini USB. The esysLight can be connected to a mobile phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), or personal computer (PC) to read text messages and Internet content. The two navigation joysticks and four n

Esytime

The esyTime is self contained computer with a refreshable braille display and a braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a 32-character braille display with 32 cursor routing keys located above the braille cells. It includes a 10-key braille keyboard. The device has two joysticks and eight function keys located left and right of the display. The user can use the optical sensors and tactile finger movements to advance/reverse the braille lin

Et Braille Printer

The ET Braille Printer is a desktop interpoint printer designed for printing on both sides of the paper at higher speeds for individuals with visual disabilities. The ET is an improved version of the Juliet (see separate entry) with a 40 character line and a speed of 60 characters per second. It will accept paper weighing from 20 to 100 pounds and prints on either one or both sides of the paper. Other features include high resolution graphics and a multi-copy buffer, which will print a 30 page d

Eurovocs Suite

Eurovocs Suite is a computer access program designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or dyslexia. It includes DocReader voice output word processor, KeyVit on-screen keyboard, and Skippy word prediction software (see also separate entries), which can be installed separately or together. Used together, they allow access to mouse, keyboard, and other computer functions through single- or multiple-switch scanning, joystick, or other pointing devices; word pred

Evas Dell Xtra Series Latitude Notebook

The EVAS Dell Xtra Series Latitude Notebook is a notebook computer designed for users who are blind, deaf, or hard of hearing, or who have learning disabilities, low vision, or physical disabilities. This is an adapted version of the Latitude D600 Pentium IV notebook computer from Dell. The computer comes fully supplied with peripherals and configured for a specific disability, including low vision, blindness, deafness, literacy disabilities, or physical disabilities. OPTIONS: Hard drive or memo

Everest Acoustic Hood (Model 71000)

The Everest Acoustic Hood is a noise reducation shield for the Everest Braille Embosser (see separate entry), and is designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Hood is a single-compartment table-top cabinet with transparent doors in front. When used with the Everest printer, the Everest Acoustic Hood reduces noise to 60 decibels (dB) or less, allowing the printer to be used in a standard work environment.

Everest Braille Embosser (Model 70010)

The Everest Braille Embosser, model 70010, is a Braille printer designed for persons who are blind or have low vision. The Everest is a double- and single-sided Braille printer that uses cut sheet card-stock paper of the sort that is available off-the-shelf in office supply stores. Keys are labeled in ink and in Braille, and provide voice confirmation when pressed. The Everest will print Braille with dot distances of 1.6, 2.0, and 2.6 millimeters, and it will print tactile graphics images creat

Evoluent Mouse-Friendly Keyboard

The Evoluent Mouse-Friendly Keyboard is a modified ergonomic keyboard that makes it easier to use a keyboard with a mouse. On this keyboard, the numeric keypad is on the left, so the mouse (not included) is closer to the alphabetic keys and, therefore, easier to reach when it is placed to the right of the keyboard. This allows the user's right arm to be in a relaxed neutral position when using the mouse, and reduces the need to remove the right hand from the mouse in order to operate Enter, Del,

Evoluent Verticalmouse

The Evoluent VerticalMouse's patented shape supports a user's hand in an upright neutral posture that generally avoids forearm twisting. The design is meant for pain relief and easy accessibility to programmable buttons. No finger contortions are needed to operate the device. Additionally, pointer speed controls on the side allow for adjustment without grip release of the mouse.

Evoluent Verticalmouse 2 Left Hand

Evoluent VerticalMouse 2 Left Hand is an ergonomic mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrom or repetitive strain injuries. The vertical shape of this mouse supports the user's left hand in a fully upright handshake position that eliminates twisting of the forearm. The optical sensor has 1,200 dots-per-inch (dpi) resolution, allowing the pointer to be moved across a 17-inch monitor with only 0.5 inch movement of the mouse. The mouse has five buttons that have basic functio

Evoluent Verticalmouse 3 Wireless (Model (Vm3W-R)

The Evoluent VerticalMouse 3 Wireless, model VM3W-R, is an ergonomic mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or repetitive strain injury. This 2.4 gigaHertz (GHz) wireless mouse has a vertical shape that allows the user to hold it with a handshake grip that eliminates forearm twisting and promotes a neutral wrist and forearm posture. The mouse has an optical sensor with 5 buttons requiring light force for clicking, but firm enough to prevent accidental actuation. When a

Evolution Keyboard

The Evolution Keyboard is an expanded ergonomic split keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other disabilities of the hand or wrist or with limited range of motion. This keyboard comes in two sections and comes with a right- or left-mounted touch pad. Models are available for use on a desktop, with a Waterloo Arm for chair or desk mounting, or with a chair mount. When mounted to a chair or desk with the Waterloo Arm, the keybo

Evolution Mouse Trak

The Evolution Mouse Trak is a track ball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This six-button programmable track ball is designed to eliminate the complex motions required when using a standard mouse. The unit has an integral hand support is curved and elevated to fit the palm and the buttons are positioned to fall under the thumb and fingers more easily, reducing movement. Additionally, when pressed, the key-style buttons move inward for a smaller, less tiring moti

Expanded Keyboard

The Expanded Keyboard is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This smooth, flat keyboard has a clear plastic cover that can be peeled back to permit the use of overlays or to clean the keys. The square keys are active over the entire key area and the built-in delay to accept feature enables the time a key is activated for the character to be entered and the time before a key repeats to be adjusted. A hand, foot, or stylus can glide over the keyboard and the key is n

Expert Mouse (Model K64325)

The Expert Mouse, model K64325, is a trackball designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. In the center of this unit is a ball which can be moved with the palm of the hand or the fingertips to control the cursor. The system uses DiamondEye optical tracking. Encircling the ball is a Scroll Ring for fingertip scrolling. On both sides of the Scroll Ring are two large buttons, allowing left- and right-handed users to perform the "left" and "right" clicks of a st

Exploring Verbs

Exploring Verbs is a vocabulary tutorial program designed to provide open ended exploration and training of early vocabulary in realistic contexts for individuals with developmental, physical or language learning disabilities or autism. Benefits of this program include building vocabulary, encouraging verbal expression, and facilitating social interaction. Features include clear colorful scenes; high-quality speech; optional animated reinforcement; teacher control over lesson presentation; acces

Extreme Reader (Model Er-1)

Extreme Reader, model ER-1, is an optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This device is a stand-alone OCR system designed to convert printed text and text stored on compact disks (CDs) or floppy diskettes to audible speech, large screen magnification (television or monitor required, but not included), a transportable electronic file format, or braille. Features include navigation capability, internal speakers, four-button

Extreme Reader (Model Xr-10)

Extreme Reader, model XR-10, is an optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision or other print disabilities. This stand-alone OCR system converts printed text and text stored on compact disks (CDs) or floppy diskettes to audible speech, large screen magnification (video monitor or TV with VGA Adapter required, but not included), a transportable electronic file format, or braille. This model is a storage reader that reads up to 20 books (

Eye-Controlled Laptop

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a eye-motion control human-machine interface laptop for individuals with disabilities. The Swedish firm Tobii, which specializes in eye control, teamed up with Lenovo to craft 20 prototype Windows 7 laptops with eye control sensors built-in which were presented at CeBIT 2011. One demo the company set up was an Expose-style layout of all open windows, and users were able to target the smallest (Calculator in this case) consistently. The

Eye-Pal

The Eye-Pal is an optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or deaf blind. This portable USB scanner/reader connects to a computer and instantly converts printed material into speech, text files, or refreshable Braille (when used with a Braille display from manufacturers such as Freedom Scientific, Optelec, or Handytech). The unit has two lightweight legs that pivot into an L-shaped arrangement from their compact carrying position. This securely supports

Eye-Pal Solo

The Eye-Pal SOLO is a voice output reading machine and optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This motion activated optical character recognition device reads from a book, newspaper, or other printed material automatically after the material is placed face down on the unit's scanner. Reading stops when the material is removed. When a hand is waved near the reading material, the reading pauses; when the hand passes again, the readin

Eye-Pal Solo Lv

The Eye-Pal SOLO LV is a voice output reading machine and video magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This low vision reading system reads aloud almost any printed material. The unit is composed of a rectangular base with a camera mounted on at the top of an arm that extends from the center of one of the sides of the base. Some controls are located on the side of the base opposite the camera's support arm, and there is a handheld keypad that connects to the base with a cable

Eye-Tracking Electronic Tablet

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of an affordable eye-tracking electronic tablet computer for individuals with disabilities. Eye-tracking technology and software packages can be prohibitively expensive. Engineering students at Brigham Young University in partnership with EyeTech Digital Systems developed a tablet computer that can be controlled with a person’s eye movements. The prototype is projected to cost under $1,500. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 7. DIMENSIONS (LxHxD

Eyecan

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an eye-controlled mouse for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or who are upper extremity amputees. EyeCAN is a eye controlled input system mounted on a pair of glasses that is capable of tracking the user’s eye movement and translating those movements to a cursor on a computer display. AUTHOR: Edwin Kee. TITLE: Samsung eyeCAN mouse for disabled folk. WEBSITE: Ubergizmo. REF: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/02/samsung-eyecan-mou

Eyegaze Edge

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second of the user’s eye. Those images are analyzed by a processor that i

Eyegaze Edge Tablet

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. The unit can be transferred from a wheelchair to a table or desk. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second

Eyeguide Assist

EyeGuide Assist is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. Future software upgrades are included. The system supports three built-in methods to click on links, type, or issue other comma

Eyeguide Eye Tracker

The EyeGuide Eye Tracker is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera with a wireless transmitter in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a wireless receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. The software allows the user to calibrate the system to lighting conditions and c

Eyetech Tm4

The EyeTech TM4 is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system comes with Quick Glance software. The TM4 unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking with infrared illumination, accurate to 0.5 degree. The standard data rate is 30 frames per second with 1, 5, 9, or 16 available calibration points. Typical operating distance of head motion (h

Eyetech Tm4 Mini

The EyeTech TM4 Mini is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system comes with Quick Glance software. This unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking with infrared illumination, accurate to 0.5 degree. Its standard data rate is over 80 frames per second with 1, 5, 9, or 16 available calibration points. Typical operating distance of head mo

Ez Eyes

EZ Eyes is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. This ergonomically-designed keyboard features high contrast colors and bold print four times larger than the print on a standard keyboard. The keyboard is spill-resistant and plugs into the USB port of a desktop or laptop computer. A mouse is included. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible personal computers or Macintosh computers.

Ez Magnifier

The EZ Magnifier is a screen magnifier designed to magnify text and other items displayed on a computer screen for people with low vision. This magnifier attaches to the monitor using an adjustable sliding bracket which allows for adjustment of the magnification level. The lens is sandwiched between two optical glass panes which reduce glare and allow for ease in cleaning. DIMENSIONS: Fits 15- to 17-inch monitors.

Ezcomm

The EzCOMM is a handheld direct selection and symbolic communicator and tablet computer designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, neurological, or severe physical disabilities, autism or spinal cord injury. It has a 12.1-inch touch screen with 1024 x 768 resolution (landscape), and a high density, impact-resistant case. In addition to the touch screen, the user can interface with the EzCOMM using a variety of switches that can connect to the units dual switch ports. Windows 7 P

Ezsee Big Font Yellow Key Keyboard

The Ezsee Big Font Yellow Key Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. Designed with large, bold legends, this ergonomic keyboard features a low-profile key design and gentle key bounce force for ease in typing. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 7, Vista, or XP operating system and USB port. COLOR: Yellow keys with black letters in a black frame.

Familylink

FamilyLink is a tablet computer with a touch screen with an attachable keyboard and a home emergency monitoring system designed to provide the means for a child or caregiver to monitor remotely a person with a cognitive disability or a senior. The FamilyLink is a tablet computer that is pre-loaded with a suite software of software that allows a person to communicate with and monitor a person from a distance. The FamilyLink requires a wireless internet connection and a subscription to the FamilyL

Fellowes Ergonomic Keyboard Wristrest

The Fellowes Ergonomic Keyboard Wristrest provides support while redistributing pressure points within the wrist. The covering is able to withstand daily wear and tear, and the non-skid base holds the wristrest firmly in place.

Fellowes Gel Crystal Mousepad Wristrest

The Fellowes Gel Crystal Mousepad Wristrest is an ergonomically designed gel wrist rest that conforms to a user's wrist. The rest provides support while redistributing pressure points to alleviate wrist pain or discomfort.

First Words Classic Version (Model 101-Wp)

First Words Classic Version, model 101-WP, is a vocabulary enhancement and tutorial program designed to provide highly-structured tutorial training of early-developing nouns and verbs for children or adults with developmental, physical or language learning disabilities or autism. This program uses colorful pictures, an encouraging voice, and a lovable animated character called the Blob to teach and test 50 of the earliest developing nouns within 10 categories. Each noun is represented by two ill

Flat Screen Magnifier

The Flat Screen Magnifier is a computer screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This screen magnifier is designed for flat screen computer monitor measuring from 14 to 17 inches diagonal. It enlarges the image up to 50 percent while also reducing glare and blocking ultra-violet (UV) rays. The screen mounts on the top of the computer monitor with hook-and-loop fasteners and brackets (included).

Flexboard

The Flexboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited finger or upper extremity strength. This water-resistant flexible keyboard features keys that are not tactile, so very little strength to activate them. Pressing both control keys for four seconds locks this mat-style keyboard so it can be rolled up when not in use. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with AT/PS2 connection. SIZES: Standard and short. DIMENSIONS: The standard model is 19.6 x 0.

Flexshield Keyboard Protector

The FlexShield Keyboard Protector is a keyboard moisture guard that fits over a keyboard for a desktop computer and protects the keyboard from dirt, dust or liquids while allowing for full use of the keyboard. Alternative key labels can be stuck on the FlexShield's surface, allowing the user to change keytop labels on any keys simply by changing the protector. FlexShield Keyboard Protectors are available for a wide variety of computers, and they can be cleaned easily with soap, bleach or other c

Fling

The Fling is a joystick interface for touch screen designed for use with the the Apple iPad tablet computer that can improve access for individuals with neuromuscular disabilities that result in weakness in the hands. It can be used with any game application (or app) that has an on-screen joystick. The Fling should be placed over the game's onscreen joystick. This joystick provides auto-centering and force feedback. It gives the user the feel of an analog joystick, so the iPad games feel even mo

Fling Mini

The Fling Mini is a joystick interface for touch screen designed for use with smartphones or other handheld devices with a touch screen for individuals with neuromuscular disabilities that result in weakness in the hands. Sold in pairs, it can be used with any game that has an on-screen joystick on the Apple iPhone or iPod touch or any Android smartphone. Each unit is made from anodized aluminum and transparent engineering-grade resin that is tough and flexible. The joystick stays in place on a

Foam-Filled Wrist Rest With Base

The Foam-filled Wrist Rest With Base is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis or other upper extremity disabilities. Made of molded foam with a polyester suede or black vinyl cover, the unit is mounted on a flat base that fits directly in front of the keyboard allowing full support to the palm. Features include soft vinyl end caps. DIMENSIONS (HxDxW): 1 x 3 x 19 inches. COLORS: Black, gray, blue, burgundy, plum polyester covers.

Focus 40 Braille Display & Focus 80 Braille Display

Focus 40 Braille Display and the Focus 80 Braille Display are refreshable braille displays designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. The Focus 40 has 40 braille cells and the Focus 80 has 80 cells. These displays navigate the Windows environment and a new design eliminates seams between the braille cells, making the display feel like paper. The location of navigation keys, bars and buttons promotes comfort and economical hand movement. An additional Perkins-style keyb

Footime Foot Mouse With Programmable Pedal

The Footime Foot Mouse with Programmable Pedal, also called the Slipper Mouse, is a foot operated mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, or disabilities of the hand, arm, and shoulder. This unit has a two-part design with a slipper-shaped cursor controller with an optical sensor at the bottom and a two-level pedal with programmable buttons. An elastic strap and Velcro ends enables the slipper to adjust to fit all foot sizes. The two-level ergonomic layout o

Forte

The Forte is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. The Forte has a QWERTY keyboard and an LCD display. This portable device is available in various packages. The Forte Basic Package includes a Forte keyboard and the basic software package which features flash drive compatibility, wireless fire transfer, abbreviation expansion, sticky keys, spell-check disable, a dictionary, cut/copy/paste functions, scoring program, and formatted file transfer. The premium

Frankenkindle

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted electronic book reader for an individual with cerebral palsy. Glenn, an electrical engineer created the "Frankenkindle" for his sister using an Amazon Kindle and a keypad from a children's reader. This e-reader adaptation features controls that are easier for and individuals with cerebral palsy or other types of fine motor and neurological disabilities to use compared to the standard buttons on the Kindle. The device is mou

Franklin Speaking Language Master Special Edition (Model Lm-6000Sev)

The Franklin Speaking Language Master Special Edition, model LM-6000SEV, is a hand-held augmentative communication and learning device and voice output dictionary designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision, or individuals with speech or learning disabilities. This unit combines a spelling corrector, dictionary, thesaurus, grammar guide, and 10 educational games. The Language Master 6000SE features a typewriter-style keyboard with high-contrast lettering and raised locator dots

Freehand Glove

AbleNet's Freehand provides computer access by touching fingers together with the use of a specialized glove. With any amount of limited hand movement, an individual can configure Freehand to replicate any computer keyboard command. Type, click, tab through options – anything one would need to do with the touch of a finger. The Freehand should be thought of as a wearable computer interface.

Freestyle Solo Keyboard For Pc & Freestyle Solo Keyboard For Mac

The Freestyle Solo Keyboard for PC and Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac are modified keyboards designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This split keyboard has two modules connected by a linking cable. The left and right modules can be placed in any position allowed by the length of the cable. The keyboard has zero degrees of slope, which minimizes height and reduces wrist extension. Double-wide delete and escape keys on the left module provide bigger targets for the use

Fresnel Stand Magnifier

The Fresnel Stand Magnifier is a magnifier with stand and screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. The Fresnel Stand Magnifier can be used to enlarge a variety of objects, including a computer screen. Features include a bendable neck, a clip that holds the lens securely, and a sturdy base that does not tilt or tarnish. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 10 x 12 inches (lens).

Full Keyboard Stickers

Full Keyboard Stickers are keytop overlays designed for use by individuals with low vision. These keytop overlays include stickers for every key. Legends are high contrast and twice the size of most keytop legends. COLORS: Keytop overlays are available with black letters on a white background, white letters on a black background, and black letters on a yellow background.

Fusion Portable Keyboard

The Fusion Portable Keyboard is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. Features include a large liquid crystal display (LCD) with adjustable font sizes, Math 101 math facts practice, and a wide variety of other writing supports. Functions that students use most frequently like the thesaurus, font size adjustment, and word prediction have dedicated keys for one-button access. All other options, like cut and paste, disabling spell check, or adjustments to word

Future Keyboard

The Future Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard desighed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetetive motion injuries, limited range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard is comprised of three physically separate sections. The two keyboard sections form a roughly triangular shape, with each side positioned with a slightly inverted slope and lateral declination to reduce muscle strain and fatigue. The keys are also positioned with a light negative

Gauntlet Glove Keyboard

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a keyboard alternative for individuals who have the use of only one hand or have fine motor disabilities in one hand. Gauntlet, or the Generally Accessible Universal Nomadic Tactile Low-power Electronic Typist, is a smart glove device that features built-in wireless keyboard functionality. This device looks like a black glove with letters placed in between joints of each finger. The user types by using the thumb to touch the desired let

Gel Adjustable Wrist Rest

The Gel Adjustable Wrist Rest is an arm support designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities during computer use. This long rectangular rest has a rigid base supporting gel covered in non-irritating fabric. The unit is height- and tilt-adjustable. WARRANTY: Lifetime warranty.

Gel Filled Wrist Rest

The Gel Filled Wrist Rest is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. Designed for use with the Natural Keyboard Elite (see separate entry)curved keyboard, this wrist support is intended to reduce wrist strain while working on computers. Made of gel-filled Lycra with a round pad design, the unit features a non-skid bottom that conforms to the curve of the keyboard. DIMENSIONS (DxW): 3 x 19 inches. WEIGHT: 1.5 pounds. COLOR: Black.

Gel Palm Rest For Elite / Natural Keyboard (Model Swr15El)

The Gel Palm Rest for Elite/Natural Keyboard, model SWR15EL, is a keyboard palm support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. This support is intended to maintain straight wrist posture and minimize contact stress during typing. This Lycra support is intended specifically for use with the Microsoft Natural Keyboard Elite (not included; see separate entry), an ergonomic keyboard. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 3 x 19 inches. COLOR: Black.

Gel Workstation Length Palm Rest (Model Swr48)

The Gel Workstation Length Palm Rest, model SWR48, is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. Intended to reduce wrist strain while working on the computer, this gel-filled Lycra support fits in front of a standard keyboard and a mouse on the side. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 2.5 x 26.25 inches. COLOR: Black.

Gemini Braille Printer

The Gemini Braille Printer, also called the Gemini Print and Braille Embosser, is a braille printer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This braille printer can print braille and ink print simultaneously on the same page. Ink characters can be printed in a standard size or two or four times larger, and the user can also adjust the shading. Ink characters can be positioned either above or below the braille. Ink characters that can be printed include the major Europea

Gentlemouse 2.0

GentleMouse 2.0 is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive stress injuries, arthritis, or upper extremity or neurological disabilities. When the user pauses the mouse cursor to click, GentleMouse briefly displays a small, see-through window called a Trigger Window. To click, the user moves and pauses the cursor over the Trigger Window and a click is simulated. Each mouse action—-click, double-click, right-click, drag, scroll, etc.-

Gesture-To-Voice Synthesizer

-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a gesture-to-voice synthesizer for individuals with speech or communication disabilities. The gesture-to-voice synthesizer was created at the University of British Columbia by a team led by professor of electrical and computer engineering Sidney Fels. It allows users to put on a pair of sensor-equipped gloves, then move their hands in the air. Based on those hand movements, the synthesizer is able to create audible speech. The gloves conta

Gewa Access Maxi

Gewa Access Maxi is a wireless computer and environmental control keyboard with large keys designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities, mobility disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This wireless keyboard controls a computer through remote infrared (IR) using the included mouse interface. The keyboard has two levels, one for the computer and one for environmental control. Input is through direct selection. Macros and multi-function environmental control commands can be recorded

Gewa Access Medi

Gewa Access Medi is a wireless scanning keyboard for computers or environmental controls designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities, mobility disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This wireless keyboard controls a computer through remote infrared (IR) using the included mouse interface. The keyboard has two levels, one for the computer and one for environmental control. Input can be made through direct selection or scanning, with 12 different scanning methods. Macros and multi-f

Gewa Ftb 108 Enlarged Keyboard

The GEWA FTB 108 is an enlarged keyboard for personal computers. The keyboard has 108 keys which can be used with a low amount of force; the enlarged keys corresponds to the standard keyboard keys. The keys are recessed so that they can not be pressed unintentionally. Operation delay and repetition rate functions can be set to limit the number of wrong keystrokes. A "keep-function" allows one-finger typists to activate the CRTL and ALT keys one at a time rather than simultaneously. A programmabl

Gewa Metb 121 Reduced Size Keyboard

The GEWA METB 121 is a reduced size keyboard for personal computers. The keyboard has 121 keys which each correspond to the standard keyboard. Operation delay and repetition rate functions can be adjusted to minimize the number of wrong keystrokes. A "keep-function" allows one-finger typists to activate the CRTL and ALT keys one at a time rather than simultaneously. A built-in memory enables the user to store frequently used phrases and long commands. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/1, PS/2, AT

Gimpgear Ultra-Precision Usb Joystick Mouse & Pc Game Controller

The GimpGear Ultra-Precision USB Joystick Mouse and PC Game Controller is a joystick mouse interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities or cerebral palsy. This digital joystick utilizes differential magnetic fields without any mechanical parts to provide smooth operation. A sticky rubber joystick wrap prevents slipping. The user rests a hand passively over the teardrop shaped joystick handle for mouse pointer control. The unit has three large built-

Gnk Magnifier

The GNK Magnifier is a computer screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This free standing unit is mounted on an oak base and is height-adjustable. The lens is sandwiched between optical glass for protection. The unit is portable and can also be used for general work and viewing documents.

Goldtouch & Goldtouch For Mac Adjustable Keyboard

The Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard and Goldtouch for Mac Adjustable Keyboard are split expanded keyboards designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. Each section can be adjusted from 0 to 30 degrees both vertically and horizontally. The small size

Goldtouch Gel Filled Mousing Platform

The Goldtouch Gel Filled Mousing Platform is a mouse pad designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. This mouse pad allows the user to mouse in greater comfort with less risk of contact stress on the nerves in the lower hand and wrist. When using a standard or vertical mouse, the unit's soft gel protects the wrist and hand from otherwise contacting a harder work surface. Its gentle slope and curvature help the user achieve a more neutral posture and keep the mouse on a similar p

Goldtouch Gel Filled Palm Supports

Goldtouch Gel Filled Palm Supports are keyboard palm rests designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel sydrome. These gel filled pads provide a respite for the hands when not typing. Made of dual textured stress-dispersing gel with a Lycra covering, the pads come in a set of two and support each palm in alignment with the left and right sides of the keyboard while minimizing risk from contact stress. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1 x 7 x 3 inches. COLOR: Black or blue.

Good Use Microdesk (Regular, Step, And Compact Models)

The Good Use Microdesk is a writing board designed for use by individuals with physical or neurological disabilities. This device enables access to a computer keyboard while working with papers or books. It improves posture and is helpful for people with poor posture, neck or back pain, or heavy paper demands associated with simultaneous computer work. The transparent acrylic surface enables the user to see the keyboard while providing support for the forearms. Suitable for right- or left-hande

Goodreader 4

GoodReader 4 is an iTunes application that can help individuals with communication problems by organizing PDFs of very large size, TXT documents with high-resolution graphics and pictures, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, HTML files, and Safari web archives. Regarding audio and video files it is natively supported by IOS. Compatible with iPhone and iPad. Version 4.3.0 offers a “WiFi only” option for scheduled Auto Sync in App settings. SIZE: 40.7 megabytes. LANGUAGE: English only.

Google Keyboard Shortcuts

Google Keyboard Shortcuts are a keyboard modification program designed to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities who cannot use a mouse to navigate through Web search results. These Shortcuts allow the user to explore search results quickly without taking their hands from the keyboard to use the mouse. After a search is performed, the user begins with the "K" key, located under the right middle finger. Press "K" once to bring up the colorful balls and then as needed to move dow

Graphire

Graphire is a mouse and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The size of a standard mouse pad, the set offers three input devices in one: A mouse, a pressure-sensitive pen, and a tablet. The mouse is a three-button scrollable mouse for right- or left-handed use. The mouse has no ball, so it tracks smoothly. The pen features a pressure-sensitive tip and a pressure-sensitive eraser and two side switches for clicks. The pen can be used to

Grid 2

The Grid2 is a voice output direct selection and symbolic communicator program for creating symbolic or text communicator grids designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, neurological or severe physical disabilities or autism. The Grid 2’s basic function is to allow a person to use a computer as a voice output communication aid, using symbols or text to build sentences; however, it also can access the Windows desktop with its built-in computer control features to operate other p

Grid Player

Grid Player is a voice output direct selection and symbolic communicator program designed for use by individuals with communication, cognitive, learning, developmental or speech disabilities, or autism. This application, or app, enables an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to function as an alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) system for people who cannot speak or have difficulty speaking. Grid Player is designed for use with The Grid 2 software (see separate entry), allowing the user

Griffin Mouthstick Stylus

The Griffin Mouthstick Stylus is a mouthstick for tablet computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This capacitive touchscreen stylus is designed to be held in the mouth, allowing people with limited or no use of their hand to manipulate both touchscreen and button on smartphones and tablet devices. The Y-shaped mouthpiece is made of food-grade stainless steel and the removable cushion sleeves are BPA-free. Th

Gus! Communicator 2000

The Gus! Communicator 2000 is a laptop computer based direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, or neurological disabilities. Communication software comes loaded on a Hewlett Packard laptop with 512 gigabyte (GB) RAM memory, an XGA TFT display, 60 GB hard drive, two USB 2.0 ports, built-in Wireless LAN (802.11b/g), a CD/DVD-drive, and Windows Vista Home Edition operating system. Software includes Gus! Communicator, Gus! Communication Symbols (with

Gus! Communicator 6000

Gus! Communicator 6000 is a notebook computer based direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, or neurological disabilities. Communication software is installed on a notebook computer with an integrated TFT color touch screen display, Vista operating system, AMD 2.0 gigaHertz (GHz) Dual Core Processor, 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM, 160 GB hard drive, wireless WLAN and Bluetooth, built-in web camera and microphone, DVD+/-R/RW drive, 2 USB ports, memory por

Gus! Communicator Q1

The Gus! Communicator Q1 is a direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, or neurological disabilities. The unit includes communicator software loaded on a Samsung notebook computer with Windows XP operating system, two front mounted speakers, and a color TFT touch screen display. Two notebook options are available: (1) a notebook with a 900 megaHertz (Mhz) processor, 512 megabytes (MB) memory, and a 40 gigabyte (GB) hard drive, or (2) a notebook wit

Gus! Dwell Cursor

Gus! Dwell Cursor is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The program emulates left and right clicks, double click, adjustable drag sensitivity, as well as offering the choice of auditory feedback. This software utilizes dwelling, a feature that enables the user to move the cursor over an item to be "clicked" ans have the cursor automatically activate the click. The cursor activation time can be set from 0.5 to 4 seconds. The program's toolb

Gus! Dwell Pic

Gus! Dwell Pic is a mouse emulator program designed to perform mouse functions for individuals who use head pointers. The on-screen program enables the user to perform all mouse functions hands-free simply by dwelling on an icon. Setting preferences for click, right click, and click and drag enables control of all functions using this one tool. Dwell sensitivity can be set to accommodate the precision of the user's movements and dwell speed also can be set to suit the user.This program works thr

Gus! Joystick Control

Gus! Joystick Control is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This program enables a common gaming joystick or game pad to control the cursor in the same way a mouse does. The trigger and fire buttons are converted to mouse click buttons. The user can select which joystick button issues a left or right click or performs an automatic button action (single, double, or drag) after a selected delay period. Joystick/cursor movement sensitivity is

Gus! Scanning Cursor

Gus! Scanning Cursor is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This program moves the cursor and provides an interface to activate mouse buttons using one or two switches. Provided functions include mouse movement, click, double click, and drag using one or two switches or the left click mouse button. This program features adjustable scanning speed and auto scanning menus to access menu items such as file, open/close, etc. Automatic scanning

Gus! Touch Screen For Portable Computers

The Gus! Touch Screen for portable computers provides touch access (finger or pen) to any Microsoft Windows application for people with physical disabilities. The device is placed over the portable computer screen to provide the benefits of "direct selection" at the press of a finger. It requires no batteries, power adapter or bulky control box and is compatible with all sizes of portable computer screens, including 8.4, 9.5, and 10.3 inch screens. DIMENSIONS: The metal frame measures 7 3/8 inch

Gyration Go Pro 2.4 Ghz Optical Air Mouse

The Gyration Go Pro 2.4 GHz Optical Air Mouse is a wireless mouse designed for use by individuals with repetitive strain injury. This mouse operates on the desk or in the air, using multi-channel radio frequency (RF) technology with a 100-foot range. It has a miniature USB dongle receiver, a clickable scroll wheel, two user-programmable buttons, and a SWIPES button for motion activated control and effects. The mouse comes with GyroTools Professional media and presentation control software for Wi

H-21 Ez See Keyboard

The H-21 EZ See Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals who have low vision or fine motor or cognitive disabilities. Two versions are available. The yellow-keys version is designed for use by people with visually impairments and has yellow keys with large print black labels. The colored-rows version is intended for special needs learners. On the colored-rows version, the 3 rows of letter keys are different colors, and the number, punctuation and function keys are all w

H-31 Dual Button Box

The H-31 Dual Button Box is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a 2-switch adapted device. The user plugs the switch input of the device he or she wishes to control into the back of the Dual Button Box. One button on the Dual Button Box will "step scan" through the device's menu or options. When the user reaches the desired option or action, he or she

H-36 Ipad/tablet Combo Stand

The H-36 iPad/Tablet Combo Stand is a stand for tablet computer and a keyboard tray designed for use by individuals with use of one hand, grasping or upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. This lightweight, flexible, rugged and versatile stand holds both a keyboard and an iPad/tablet. The keyboard trays are designed at a steep angle which reduces head-bobbing. The individual parts (iPad/tablet shelf and keyboard trays) are attached by Super-Velcro so the users can adjust the parts themselve

H-42 Mini-Keyboard

The H-42 Mini-Keyboard is a mini keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited finger dexterity or range of motion. The device, which resemble a PDA or smartphone with a keyboard, comes with a small receiver that is plugged into a computer's USB port. The keyboard unit communicates wirelessly with the receiver via radio frequency (RF). The keyboard buttons require specific effort to depress. The print on the buttons is very small and each button has an alternate function when SF is toggl

H-46 Scanover (Scanning Voiceover Switch Interface)

The H-46 ScanOver (Scanning VoiceOver Switch Interface) is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad with a switch. This unit has a speaker and headphone jack, a front panel showing the status of the Bluetooth module inside, and a rear panel for the scanning options. The user turns VoiceOver on with triple click and starts scanning with either

H-54-Usb Mini-Switchport For Usb

The H-54-USB Mini-SwitchPort for USB is a computer switch control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit has two switch input jacks and a retractable USB cable for connecting to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the unit's jacks, the switch input becomes standard mouse-clicks (Windows: left, right; Macintosh: click, click), and with installation of the accompanying Switchhopper software, each button can b

H-68 Scan-5

The H-68 Scan-5 is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a TV, Apple iPod, voice recorder, MP3 player, DVD player or switch-adapted toy/device with a switch. This stand-alone device can be used by a person that can operate one or two switches. The user plugs a switch-adapted remote control or device that he or she wishes to control into the Scan-5's 9-pi

H-69 Select-5

The H-69 Select-5 is a control input interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, fine motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a TV, Apple iPod, voice recorder, DVD player, MP3 player or a switch-adapted toy or appliance. This stand-alone device features 5 large round buttons: Power/play/pause; Advance forward or Channel up; Go backward or Channel down; Volume up; and Volume down. The user connects a device or remote control

H-78 Big Blue-Tooth Keyboard And Largekeys Keyboard

The H-78 ‘BIG Blue’-Tooth Keyboard and LARGEKeys Keyboard are large key, large print keyboards designed for use by individuals with motor skill or cognitive disabilities. The ‘BIG Blue’-Tooth Keyboard connects to a tablet, Macintosh, or PC that is Bluetooth-enabled via Bluetooth; and the LARGEKey Keyboard is connected to computer via USB. The user can angle the keyboard at 45 or other angles with a keyboard stand (sold separately). This keyboard is available with key rows of red, blue, yellow an

H-86: Capacitive Headpointer

The H-86: Capacitive HeadPointer is a headwand and stylus for tablet computer and touchscreen designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This product is a combination of a capacitive mouthstick and a headpointer, allowing people with limited or no use of their hands to use an iPad and other tablet devices that have a capacitive touchscreen. The fit of the H-86 headpointer is adjustable with a "dial." The mou

H-87 Ipad Vo (Voiceover) Controller

The H-87 iPad VO (VoiceOver) Controller is a large button remote control interface for an Apple iPad tablet, iPhone or iPod Touch designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or who are blind. The VO Controller connects to the touchscreen device through Bluetooth and uses the keyboard shortcuts built into the Apple iOS VoiceOver accessibility feature (see separate entry) to help the user access the content and functions of the host device. The user can control a screen reader to

H-88 Tablet Handpointer

The H-88 Tablet HandPointer is a stylus for a tablet computer or other touch screen device designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This capacitive stylus is designed to interact with the touchscreens of an iPad or other tablet. The stylus is mounted on a plastic cylinder, which is grasped in the users palm with the stylus emerging from between the first and second (index and middle) fingers or the second and third (middle and ring) fingers. The

Half Keyboard

The Half Keyboard is a compact one-handed keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity amputation, hand injury, or who have had a stroke. This keyboard allows the user to touch type with one hand, using existing typing skills. The user places a hand on the keyboard, in the standard position. The letters under the hand are exactly the same as on a standard keyboard. To get the other half of the keyboard, the user holds down the space bar. To type a space, the user taps the space

Half-Qwerty One-Handed And Two-Handed Keyboard

The Half-Qwerty One-Handed and Two-Handed Keyboard is a one-handed keyboard designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand, hemiplegia, carpal tunnel syndrome on one side, and other disabilities of the hand. This keyboard can also be used in conjunction with a braille dispaly by people with blindness or low vision. This full keyboard has a standard QWERTY layout that allows one-handed typing with either hand as well as standard two-handed typing. For one-handed typing, the user places

Half-Qwerty One-Handed Keyboard Software

The Half-QWERTY One-handed Keyboard Software is a one-hand keyboard modification program designed to allow a standard keyboard to also function as a one-handed keyboard, using a technique similar to two-handed touch typing. The user types with one hand in the standard home-row position for that hand. To type characters of the other hand, the user simply holds down the space bar and performs the finger movement previously performed by the other hand. Hitting the space bar only generates a space.

Hand Controls

Hand Controls are a keyboard control for use with the Early Learning Programs from Marblesoft (see separate entries) for persons who use push switch controls. The controls consist of a set of two push switches that are clearly labeled "YES" and "NO," the two choices the program offers in its switch mode. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, and Apple IIGS computers. DIMENSIONS: 4.25 x 2.5 x 1.25 inches. WEIGHT: 8 ounces.

Hand Stylus

The Hand Stylus is a stylus for tablet computers designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or arthritis. This stylus has a small rubber tip that allows writing, drawing, typing, navigating, and playing games with greater ease and accuracy on an iPad or other tablet or a smartphone or MP3 player with a touch screen. The anodized aluminum hexagonal barrel has the grip of a number 2 pencil, with a knurled collar for fine fingertip control. The tip is retractable and it rotates as

Headhunter Combined Head & Eye Tracking System

The HeadHunter Combined Head and Eye Tracking System is an eye movement monitoring device designed to provide a quantitative assessment of a person's visual scan path while performing tasks in the real world or in simulated environments. The system consists of a helmet mounted sensors and processing electronics that track human eye and head position, computing the person's line-of-sight vector over a 360 degree azimuth (clockwise) and a 180 degree elevation range. Applicable use of this product

Headmouse Extreme

HeadMouse Extreme is an mouse emulator designed to provide full mouse control of computers for people without use of their hands, but who have good head control. It operates from the top of a computer monitor, laptop computer, or augmentative communication device, and measures the user's head movements. The HeadMouse tracks a small disposable target that is placed on the user's forehead or glasses. This device provides a wide field-of-view, supports graphics-intensive applications like drawing a

Headmouse Extreme Wireless Head Controlled Mouse

HeadMouse Extreme is a wireless head-tracking mouse designed for people who cannot use or have limited use of their hands providing them direct select access to their computer or alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) devices.

Headway

Headway is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and severe physical disabilities. This wireless infrared pointing device provides computer access via a small head worn transmitter. Left, right, up, and down head movements emulate on screen mouse movements. Used with an on screen keyboard (not included), this device enables total head control of the computer. The device's sensitivity is adjustable and with the press of a single mode button, the device op

Highdots (Model Hd1)

High Dots, model HD1, are spongy, adhesive-backed tactile marker dots designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. These dots can be attached to computer keyboard keys, to mark maps or other items to provide tactual reference points. Each packet of dots includes 112 small dots, 48 medium dots, and 32 large dots; the largest dots are slightly smaller than a dime.

Hims Braille Sense U2

The HIMS Braille Sense U2 is a Braille and electronic note taker and word processor designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The HIMS Braille Sense U2 allows the user to create and read documents, highlight important points with advanced fonts and style options. Read and analyze spreadsheets with the Excel Viewer. Always have complete and up-to-date access to email with IMAP and POP3. Has a Windows-like interface making operating of the Braille Sense familiar to Windows

Hims Braille Sense U2 Mini

The HIMS Braille Sense U2 mini is a Braille and electronic note taker and word processor designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The HIMS Braille Sense U2 mini allows the user to create and read documents, highlight important points with advanced fonts and style options. Has a Windows-like interface making operating of the Braille Sense familiar to Windows PC users.Includes address manager, schedule manager, scientific calculator, database manager, alarm clock, stop wa

Hims E-Bot Pro (Eb100P)

E-bot PRO is an iPad compatible portable reading, writing and distance video magnifier electronic camera movement, full-page OCR and SD card storage capabilities designed for use by individuals with low vision and/or learning disabilities. It is completely wireless and folds down to the size of a shirt box for easy transport between classrooms or locations. A built-in light sensor automatically detects the light in your surroundings and adjusts for a perfectly lit reading or writing image. Choo

Hitch Computer Switch Interface

The Hitch Computer Switch interface is a switch adapter for computers designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This plug-and-play switch requires no software setup, making it immediately ready to deliver five sets of functions to as many as five switches at a time. Rows of functions are chosen with a single push of a button. This device can be used with switch-accessible software for single switch access or two-switch scanning. T

Hook Ipod Switch Access

Hook iPod Switch Access is designed to let the user gain simple to advanced control of their music playlist with an auditory menu of functions that can be controlled by a switch. Hook is preconfigured in single switch mode to play/pause, skip forward and back, and adjust volume. It can also be changed to a basic play/pause mode for simpler operation. Hook also supports a dual-switch mode for faster access through the auditory menu prompts.

Hot Virtual Keyboard

The Hot Virtual Keyboard is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals who have difficulty using a standard keyboard. This multilingual application displays a virtual keyboard on the screen and allows the user to type on it using a mouse pointer or a touch screen. The keyboard layout, colors, sounds, and interface themes are customizable. More than 60 configurations of the on screen keyboard are included, and any of these keyboards included can be customized for a user’s speci

Hulapoint Ii (Models Hp-Dt, Hp-Oem, & Hp-Pm)

HulaPoint II is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This pointing device provides pressure-sensitive feedback for positive motion control without requiring vigorous movement. It has no protruding parts and is completely sealed so it can withstand spills, washdowns, and contaminants. Desktop (model HP-DT), OEM (model HP-OEM), and panel mount (model HP-PM) versions are each available in a USB, PS/2, or AT/serial configuration. Model HP-DT is housed i

I-Switch

The iSwitch is a Bluetooth switch which enables switch access to iDevices. iSwitch provides comprehensive scanning switch access to all switch accessible Apps and Switch Control options in iOS7. Bluetooth 2.1 is most compatible with this device. POWER: Bluetooth 2.1. DIMENSIONS: 3 inches diameter. COLOR: Red, yellow, green or blue. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Icommunicator

The iCommunicator is a communication aid for the deaf designed to enable individuals with hearing disabilities to communicate with hearing individuals without an interpreter. This computer-based system converts speech to text, speech to video sign language, speech to computer-generated voice, and text to computer-generated voice all in real time. Features include the ability to adjust the font size and text window display, the ability to adjust the signing speed and the size of the signing windo

Icon

Icon is a personal digital assistant (PDA) and voice output electronic organizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Used by itself, this device is a portable electronic organizer and digital talking book player. Used in conjunction with the optional docking station, it is a notetaker and Internet access device. Pre-installed software applications include a calendar, address book, Web browser, e-mail, word processor, music player, podcast player / recorder, voice re

Icrayon

The iCrayon is a stylus for tablet computers designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or arthritis. This stylus looks like a crayon and has been specifically designed to interact with the touch screens of a smart phone, iPod touch (or other MP3 player), or an iPad or other tablet. It conducts more effectively than fingers. This stylus is useful for touch typing or using with drawing programs and specialty applications. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 5 x 0.5 x 6 inches

Ifaraday Mouthstick

The iFaraday Mouthstick is a mouthstick for tablet computer and touchscreen designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This touchscreen stylus allows the user to operate devices with capacitive touchscreens with his or her mouth. The mouthstick features a biteable mouthpiece with vinyl tubing on the mouth end and a removable tip module strong enough to press keys on a conventional keyboard. The shaft is made of lightwei

Ihip Sound System

iHip Sound System is a lightweight wearable platform for a smart phone for individuals with physical, cognitive or communication disabilities. This system allows the user to mount a smart phone or iTouch on the iHip platform, plug in the speaker and wrap it around the user’s waist to start communicating or listening to music. There are two flexible cords (adjustable from 3¼" to 3¾" apart) to securely hold the device in place. The iHip can also sit on a tabletop or tray with its two adjustable l

Impacto-600 Interpoint Braille Embosser

The Impacto-600 is an interpoint (double-sided) Braille printer designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. This unit can print high-quality interpoint Braille pages at a rate of 600 pages per hour. The number of working parts has been reduced to a mininum to ensure reliability, and an integrated test function allows quick diagnostic testing. The printer includes permanently installed Braille character sets in several languages, together with a built-in Braille editor that allo

Indemouse

IndeMouse is a mouse or track ball interface designed for use by individuals with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cerebral palsy, or fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This USB device translates movements of a pointing device, such as a mouse or track ball (not included), into mouse functions such as click, double-click, or drag. It can be used by individuals who are able to move a pointing device but who have difficulty clicking a button or holding one down. This plug

Index 4X4 Pro With Acoustic Cabinet (Models 70011 & 70012)

The Index 4X4 Pro is a Braille printer and publishing system designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Index 4x4 Pro is intended for use in the production of Braille magazines, books, and newspapers. When the 4x4 Pro receives a Braille text file from a computer, it processes the file into saddle stitch binding format. For example, the first sheet of a 40-page document will consist of pages 1, 2, 39, and 40, the next sheet will consist of pages 3, 4, 37, and 38, etc. The 4

Infogrip Switch Adapted Mouse

The Inforgrip Switch Adapted Mouse is a switch adapted mouse designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury.This unit is a standard mouse equipped with two standard 1/8-inch plugs to accommodate two switches. Its left and right mouse clicks have been adapted for switch activation (switches not included).

Infoscan

The InfoScan is a hand-held scanner designed for use by individuals with learning, neurological, or physical disabilities. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan and transfer printed text directly into a PC or to scan, store and transfer up to 500 pages of printed data to a PC, laptop, PDA or any Windows application via Infrared or serial port. The InfoScan recognizes 6 to 22 point font sizes, including text that is bold, italicized, underlined, or inverted. This

Inscribe Dual Ink Touchscreen Stylus And Pen

The Inscribe DUAL Ink Touchscreen Stylus and Pen is a stylus for a touchscreen on a tablet computer or smartphone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This pen-style unit has a stylus at the top that is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen on a tablet or smartphone. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber tip. Twisting the barrel reveals a ballpoint pen. One

Inscribe Executive Touchscreen Stylus And Pen

The Inscribe Executive Touchscreen Stylus and Pen is a stylus for a touchscreen on a tablet computer or smartphone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This pen-style unit has a stylus at the top that is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen of a tablet or smartphone. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber tip. Twisting the barrel reveals a ballpoint pen. Th

Inscribe Pro Touchscreen Stylus And Pen

The Inscribe PRO Touchscreen Stylus and Pen is a stylus for a touchscreen on a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This stylus is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen of a tablet computer. Removing the cap at one end reveals a ballpoint pen. The integrated clip attaches to pockets, bags, or pen loops. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber

Inscribe Stylus

The Inscribe Stylus is a stylus for a touchscreen of a tablet computer or smartphone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This stylus is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen of a tablet or smartphone. The integrated clip attaches to pockets, bags, or pen loops. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber tip. DIMENSIONS (LxD): 4.44 x 0.34 inches. WEIGHT: 0.024 p

Instant Access To Edmark Software

Instant Access to Edmark Software are overlays designed to provide access to Edmark software for children with physical disabilities. The Access Overlays allow IntelliKeys (see separate entry) to access the programs instead of a mouse. Simply slide the appropriate overlay into IntelliKeys or plug in a switch or switches, and start the program. The overlay and switch setups are sent automatically and work with every screen of each program. Overlays are available for Millie's Math House, Bailey's

Instant Access To Living Books Overlays

Instant Access to Living Books are keytop overlays designed to provide access to the Living Books interactive books for children who are physically or developmentally disabled (see separate entry). The Access Overlays allow IntelliKeys (see separate entry) or a switch to be used to access the programs instead of a mouse. Simply slide the appropriate overlay into IntelliKeys or plug in a switch or switches, and start the program. The overlay and switch setups are sent automatically and work with

Integramouse

The IntegraMouse, also called USB Integra Mouse, is a mouth operated mouse designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, severe physical disabilities, or upper extremity disabilities or amputation. This unit has all functions of a standard mouse. To operate, the user places the mouse between the lips and operates the cursor by applying pressure with the lips. As little as 0.1 millimeter of movement or 10 grams of pressure are required to control the mouse. Mouse clicks (left click, ri

Intele-Modem

The Intele-Modem is an external modem that automatically converts ASCII code to Baudot code, enabling the user to talk to various types of TDDs and computers and to use a personal computer (PC) as a telecommunication device. Intele-Modem connects directly to the phone line and works with standard communication software (AT/Hayes compatible command set) and BBS (bulletin board system) software. The unit automatically detects ASCII and Baudot calls; lights on the front panel indicate the current o

Intellikeys

IntelliKeys is a modified and expanded keyboard for children and adults with visual, physical or cognitive disabilities. The standard system includes one cable and six plastic user overlays, (arrows, numbers, alphabet, basic writing, QWERTY, and one setup overlay used to adjust IntelliKeys for specials needs such as keyboard response and repeat rate). The overlays enable users to access standard learning software and are easy to see, touch and understand. They can be used at home or work and rot

Intellitactiles Standard Overlay Companions (Model 1-08515-00)

IntelliTactiles Standard Overlay Companions, model 1-08515-00, are braille keytop overlays designed to make IntelliKeys overlays (see separate entry) accessible to braille readers who are blind or have low vision. These durable clear-plastic tactile overlays slip under the edges of the IntelliKeys keyboard on top of the standard visual overlays. They feature braille markings and special tactile point symbols, and they align with the following IntelliKeys visual overlays: Alphabet Overlay; Basic

Intellitalk

Intellitalk is a voice output word processor program designed for children and adults with cognitive and/or visual disabilities. The software offers easy-to-use menus and enables users to hear letters, words, and sentences as they type, ot to have the text read back from the screen. IntelliTalk offers a choice of a variety of voices and pronouciation can be modified using the built-in pronounciation editor. The program can correctly pronounce the most common words that children learn in addition

Intellitools Mac Access Pack I And Ii

The Intellitools Mac Access Pack I and II are sets of programs and/or hardware designed to make Macintosh computers accessible to individuals with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities. The Mac Access Pack I is a five-item kit that includes a variety of tools to enhance creativity and communication skills. Included are IntelliKeys, Overlay Maker, ClickIt!, IntelliPics, and IntelliTalk (see separate entries). Mac Access Pac II includes all of the above with the exception of IntelliKeys. WAR

Intellitools Windows Access Pack I And Ii

The Intellitools Windows Access Pack I and II are sets of programs and/or hardware designed to make IBM and compatible computers equipped with Windows accessible to individuals with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities. The Windows Access Pack I is a five-item kit that includes a variety of tools to enhance creativity and communication skills. Included are IntelliKeys, Overlay Maker, ClickIt! for Windows, IntelliPics, and IntelliTalk (see separate entries). Windows Access Pac II is design

Ios Zoom Stylus

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To allow individuals with arthritis, limited fine motor skills or loss of dexterity use a stylus to activate the zoom feature on an iPad. Typically, users use a three finger double tap to activate and adjust the size of the screen to suit their needs. Individuals with limited hand use may have difficulty tapping the screen making it difficult to access the zoom feature to enlarge the screen. MATERIALS USED: Three standard size styluses, one mini

Ipad Cordless Switch Interface

The iPad Cordless Switch Interface is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad with a switch. This unit has two switch input jacks. When a switch is plugged into one of the unit's jacks, the switch input becomes a tap or touch for any iPad application (app) programmed for switch access. The switch interface connects to the iPad wirelessly usin

It Types

it Types is a compact keyboard and a one-handed keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with the use of only one hand or who have limited reach or muscle control. This device can be operated with one or two hands. It has only 10 keys, and it types letters, numbers and symbols. The it Types also supports the "Control" and "Alt" keys to allow for operation of a computer’s functionality. Each key acts as a "shift" key to create nine other options once one key is pressed and a tenth op

Iveo Hands-On Learning System

The Iveo Hands-on-Learning System is a package containing a tactile graphics display (IVEO Touchpad) and a braille graphics program (IVEO Viewer, IVEO Creator, or IVEO Creator Pro), designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision and their teachers. The system can be used to teach subject such as biology, health, chemistry, astronomy, math, or geography with a combination of touch, sound, and sight. Three versions are available: Iveo Lite, Iveo Creator, and Iveo Creator Plus. Iveo

J-Pad

J-Pad is a unique, highly intuitive joystick interface providing comprehensive switch access to all iPad functions - including Apps, music & media, iBooks, still & video photography, on-screen keyboard entry and more. Connecting wirelessly to the iPad using Bluetooth 2.1, J-Pad is simple to set-up and easy to use with touch sensitive buttons to launch and close Apps. Provided are two sockets to connect up to two wired switches. POWER: Rechargeable battery (included) + USB. COMPATIBILITY:

Jogger, The

The Jogger is a prompter designed for use by individuals with cognitive disabilities, brain injury, stroke, Alzheimer's Disease, or other short-term memory disabilities. Hosted on a small, wearable, commercially-available personal data assistant (PDA) equipped with a touch screen, the system enables users to take needed information with them wherever they go, presenting behavioral prompts and cues for the user at pre-programmed times and recording the user's responses. The system transmits user

Jokus Software: Toystore

ToyStore is a modified educational program from the JOKUS Software series. ToyStore consists of 6 discovery and learning activities to accommodate a wide range of abilities. The program can be run with a single switch with the Macintosh Switch Interface, the Macintosh TouchWindow (see separate entry), an alternative keyboard with Ke:nx, a standard keyboard, or a standard mouse. Toystore includes matching, creating a story, eye-hand coordination and timing activites, and games. COMPATIBILITY: For

Jouse2

Jouse2 is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This joystick-operated mouse is controlled by the user's mouth: moving the joystick moves the cursor, with cursor speed being determined by joystick movement speed, and mouse clicks are performed using the built-in sip-and-puff switches. Typing and other keyboard functions can be performed using an on-screen keyboard program (not included). This plug and play USB

Joystick (Model 3185)

A proportional type joystick used for mdoe selection and operation of a Dufco Multimode Interface. During wheelchair operation, this joystick provides precise control of both speed and direction. May be configured with a chin-cup for chin oeration, or a knob for hand operation.

Joystick (Model 3345)

An 8-direction, heavy duty, multiple switch actuator used for mode selection and operation of a Multimode Interface. Requires moderate operating pressure and is intended for hand operation by those with average strength.

Joystick (Model 3361)

An 8-direction, short throw, multiple switch actuator used for mode selection and oepration of a Multimode Interface. Requires moderate operating pressure and is intended for those with average strength. May be reconfigured with either a knob or chin-cup.

Joystick (Model 720)

The Joystick, model 720, is a joystick designed to act as a four way switch for individuals who have physical disabilities. It has a cylindrical handle with a thin base and activates four different devices depending on the direction that the switch is moved (up, down, right or left). It can be used for teaching directionality as well as other spatial relationships. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 4.5 x 7 x 6.25 inches.

Joystick Light With Fingerplate

The Joystick Light with fingerplate is a joystick designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for mouse clicks and drag, and the cursor remains in position when the joystick is released. A light flashes when the drag button is active. This device also has a removablefingerplate that isolates each button and the joystick for better control. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for use on Macintosh computers a

Joystick Plus

The Joystick Plus is a joystick designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click, double click, horizontal/vertical only, drag, and speed. Five cursor speed settings are accessed simply by touching the speed button. The cursor remains in position when the joystick is released and a red light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a fingerplate that isolates each button and the j

Joystick Pro

The Joystick Pro is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This three-button programmable joystick replaces the mouse and the handle can be adjusted in two different modes: spring loaded so the handle automatically returns to center while leaving the cursor in position or non-spring loaded for relative pointing. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with a serial port.

Joystick Replacer Box

The Joystick Replacer Box is a control input interface that allows up to five switches to act in place of a joystick for a Commodore 64, 128, or VIC-20. If all five switches are used, pressing each one corresponds to up, down, left, right, and "fire" on the joystick. The Joystick replacer box with switches can operate any software designed to be operated with a joystick on these computers. A short program is provided which will control the 64-Talker or the VIC-Talker speech synthesizers. A speci

Joystick-To-Mouse

Joystick-To-Mouse is a joystick input interface, keyboard controller simulation, and mouse emulator program designed to allow a joystick to control the cursor in the same way a mouse or other pointing device would. It supports up to four joystick button assignments, and any command supported by a mouse button can be assigned to a joystick button. You can store up to 128 keystrokes in a macro assigned to a Joystick button, or you may select from over 60 pre-defined keystroke combinations. Joystic

Juliet Pro 60

The Juliet Pro 60 is a desktop braille printer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This printer has a 40-character-wide embossing line and 60-characters-per-second speed for double-sided embossing (40-characters per second for single-sided printing). It can use either continuous tractor-feed paper or single sheets, hand-fed one at a time. A variety of different paper sizes and weights can be used. ET Speaks comes up talking automatically on the Juliet Pro 60, echoin

Kakum

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an ergonomic wrist support ro a mouse or keyboard designed for users with with carpal tunnel syndrome or upper extremity disabilities, including tendinitis and arthritis. Kakum is a minimal, ergonomic wrist support that eliminates the need for wrist-supporting mouse pads. Unlike most stationary wrist supports, the lightweight design of the Kakum easily slides with the arm as it moves across the desk. It is intended to be adapted for the

Key Largo

Key Largo is a modified keyboard designed for use by indivisuals with upper extremity or cognitive disabilities. This membrane keyboard can be set up with as few as two keys for simple choice making or it can be set up with a full 128-key latout for maximum functionality. The flexibility of the keyboard enables the user to have his or her own specific number of keys, keyboard configuration, specific letters, and specific pictures and/or speech feedback for communication and learning needs. Using

Key To Access

Key to Access is an accessibility software module, MP3 player, and digital recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or learning disabilities. When this device is inserted into a computer's USB port, the user has access to a suite of ten accessibility tools: (1) Universal Reader for reading email and web pages; (2) E-Text Reader, a tool that allows the user to highlight, bookmark, search and extract text from a document; (3) Ultimate Talking Dictionary, a 250,000-

Key To Access Vpod

Key to Access VPod is an accessibility software module, MP4 video player, and digital voice recorder designed for use by individuals who have learning disabilities. When this device is inserted into a computer's USB port, the user has access to a suite of accessibility tools: Universal Reader Plus for reading email and web pages; E-Text Reader, a tool that allows the user to highlight, bookmark, search and extract text from a document; Ultimate Talking Dictionary, a 250,000-word voice output dic

Keyboard

The Keyboard is a communication device accessory designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities. This portable keyboard is sized for use with ComLink communicators (not included; see separate entries). For typists, the keyboard can be used to enter text which is then converted to speech output by the communicator. In addition the keyboard is also useful when programming that device. The keyboard plugs into one of the communicator's USB ports.

Keyboard Covers (Model 1440)

Keyboard Covers model 1440, is a keyguard designed to block out unnecessary keys for individuals with physical disabilities. Designed for use with computer programs which require only one or a few keys to be pressed, these flexible covers attach to the keyboard with Velcro and enable unneeded to be blocked from use by adhering the included rubber bumpers. The covers can also be used to designate keys to be used. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIe computers.

Keyboard Guard.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Keyboard guard to assist persons with limited finger control. A removable grid is constructed from 1/16 inch diameter brass rod with soldered joints. It can be made for calculators, typewriters or push button phones. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Welding. AUTHOR: Ken Hagman, Opportunities, Inc., 925 Jefferson Street, Fort Atkinson, WI, 414-563- 6691. TITLE: Tools, Equipment and Machinery Adapted for the Vocational Education and Employment of Handi

Keyboard Labels

The Keyboard Labels are large print keytop overlays designed for use by individuals with low vision. These labels feature large, bold, letters, numbers, and symbols. These labels peel and stick to any desktop or laptop computer keyboard. This set includes 3 sheets of labels with 113 symbols total. COLOR: White with black print.

Keyboard Overlays For Apple Iie And Iigs (Models 9000, 9001, 9006, 9007, 9010, 9011, 9014 & 9015)

Keyboard Overlays are designed for use with the Apple IIe and IIGS computer for persons with sensory disabilities. The overlays are molded flexible plastic strips that cover rows of keys on the computer keyboard, while allowing full use of the keys. The overlays provide a way of temporarily labelling keys with colors, shapes, etc., and may be changed to correspond to different software programs that use different keys. Also available without labels affixed. Clear (unlabeled) or Numbers overlays

Keyboard Rest

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted keyboard rest for an individual with autism and communication disabilities. This individual uses his computer as his way of “speaking” using a special keyboard with large to keys to type in words, one letter at a time. The individual’s motor control and visual control were best when the keyboard was on an angle. Unable to locate a commercially available stand to meet his needs, a custom adapted keyboard stand was designed a

Keyboard Retractable Shelf (Models R7196 & R7197)

The Keyboard Retractable Shelf is an adjustable keyboard tray designed to support the keyboard at the most comfortable height for each individual user, and to free up valuable workspace. This tray attaches underneath the desk or table top, and slides horizontally to a maximum of 17.75 inches. The tray has tilt adjustments to provide keyboard slant up to 15 degrees. In addition, the tray is also adjustable vertically by 5.75 inches and swivels 360 degrees. Each adjustment position is secured with

Keyboard Seals (Model Kbs)

KeyBoard Seals, model KBS, is a keyboard moisture guard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These guards are custom-designed covers to protect keyboards from a variety of contaminants, including dust, dirt, and liquids. Made from durable, flexible polyurethane, the seals fit like a skin to provide protection. The seals can be cleaned with antibacterial wipes or sprays; a perfect solution for many environments. SIZES: Standard (fits FunKeyBoard, LearningBoard, and L

Keyboard Stand (Model H-38)

The Keyboard Stand, model H-38, is a keyboard tray and slant board designed for use by individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. This unit holds the user's keyboard at an angle such as 45 or 60 degrees, which reduces head-bobbing, where the user has to look down, then up at the monitor, then down, then up, etc. It also eliminates the accidental production of spaces by the palm of the hand, and puts the keyboard at an angle in line with the screen. The unit is lightweight and transp

Keyboard Wedge

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: Provide a custom adaptation to a standard keyboard for use by an individual with cerebral palsy. Due to the type of typing aid used by this individual, the most effective position of a keyboard needed to be at a 30 degree angle from the desk. This adaptation allows the individual to guide the typing aid directly towards the keys rather than having to bend his wrists to reach the keyboard. A clear sheet of acrylic was used to make the keyboard wedge, using a jig to he

Keyboard With Keyguard

The Keyboard with Keyguard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. Available in a standard Windows keyboard with Windows keys, a 101-key mini keyboard, or an extended Macintosh keyboard, the keyboard comes with a pre-attached unbreakable Lexan keyguard with smoothly-finished holes properly aligned with each key to eliminate unwanted keystrokes. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for use with IBM and compatible computers with AT/PS2 connection or

Keyguard For Computer Laptops

The Keyguard for Computer Laptops is designed for use by children and adults with fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities. The durable break-resistant acrylic keyguard features smoothly finished keyholes aligned with each key and is available with or without a removable cover for the touchpad to limit accidental mouse access.

Keyguard For Dana / Neo

The Keyguard for Dana/Neo is a keyguard designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or cerebral palsy. This unit fits the keyboard of the Dana or Neo word processor (see entries) from Renaissance Learning, Inc., and allows students to rest their hands and helps prevent unwanted key presses.

Keyguards

The Keygards are designed for use with Apple and Apple II computer keyboards. This item fits directly on the keyboard and aids in stabilizing the fingers or a typing stick during typing. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for Apple, Apple Keyboard "N," and Apple II keyboards (sold separately).

Keyguards (Models Kb & Kgf)

The KeyGuard is designed for use by individuals with fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities that make pressing one key at a time on a computer keyboard difficult. The KeyGuard is an easy-to-clean, coated steel frame that fits securely over the keyboard and provides physical separation between each key. Model KB fits the standard VisionBoard (see entry) and model KGF fits the VisionBoard2, KinderBoard, and MyBoard-lc (see entries). Model KB is available with or without function key hol

Keyguards For Augmentative Communication Devices

The Keyguards for Augmentative Communication Devices are a communication device accessory designed for use by individuals who have communication disabilities and fine motor or other upper extremity disabilities. Made of clear acrylic, these guards are available for a variety of communication devices and can include such features as a removable window and multi-shaped key holes.

Keyguards For Computer Keyboards

Keyguards for Computer Keyboards are designed for use by children and adults with fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities. The durable break-resistant acrylic keyguards are available for IBM and Macintosh computers and feature smoothly finished holes aligned with each key. Keyguards mount with Dual Lock (see separate entry) or Velcro and eliminate unwanted keystrokes. DIMENSIONS: The acrylic is 0.25 inch thick.

Keyguards For Popular Software And Adaptive Keyboards

Keyguards for Popular Software and Adaptive Keyboards are designed for use by children with fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities. Available for adaptive keyboards such as Intellikeys and the Discover:Board (see separate entries) and software access packages as Bailey's Book House, Millie's Math House, Sammy's Science House, Thinkin' Things Collection I, and Living Books (see separate entries), the keyguards are made of clear acrylic and enable users to avoid unintentional keystrokes

Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboard

The Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. The keys have a large, bold typeface over 400 percent larger than standard keyboards. Three models are available with three different high-contrast color schemes. The keyboards all have a USB connection. COLOR: The yellow keyboard has yellow keys with black letters in a black frame; the ivory keyboard has ivory keys with black letters in an ivory frame; the black keyboard has black keys

Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboard

The Keys-U-See large print keyboard has been designed for those with conditions that cause visual impairment or low vision. The large print is also applicable for anyone working in low light conditions or learning to type. Includes one-touch internet and email buttons, one-touch media control buttons, and three power management keys.

Keys-U-See Large Print Wireless Keyboard & Mouse

The Keys-U-See Large Print Wireless Keyboard and Mouse is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. The keys have a large, bold typeface over 400 percent larger than standard keyboards. Included is a wireless optical mouse with scroll wheel and turner with built in battery charge. COLOR: Yellow keys with black letters in a black frame. The mouse is yellow and black.

Keystrokes 3

Keystrokes 3 is an on-screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, neurological, and severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. It is a virtual on-screen keyboard program that allows the user to type with a mouse, trackball, head pointer, or other mouse emulator to enter characters into any standard Macintosh application. The program provides multilingual word prediction, including word completion, next word prediction, and multi-word predict

Keytop Enlargers (Models 223-312-0149 & 223-312-0166)

The Keytop Enlargers, models 223-312-0149 and 223-312-0166, are large print keytop overlay sets designed to make computer keyboards accessible to individuals who have low vision. The kit includes labels for the full 101- key layout marked with bold print. The letter markings are provided in 38-point print, the numbers are enlarged to 32-point print, and the symbols (e.g., @, ##, $, etc.) are enlarged to 18-point print. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC and XT and compatible keyboards and Apple ke

Keyvit

KeyVit is an on-screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This software allows the user to type in programs such as DocReader, Microsoft Word, Outlook Express, or MSN Messenger by selecting keys from an on-screen keyboard. Keys can be selected by single or double clicking or by dwelling with a mouse, track ball, or joystick, or through single- or multiple-switch scanning. The program also enables single- or double-switch computer con

Kidsball

The KidsBall is a track ball designed for use by children and adults with fine motor disabilities. This device has a very large ball and the right and left mouse buttons are located behind the track ball to aid in eliminating unwanted mouse clicks. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with serial connection.

Kinderboard (Model Kb)

KinderBoard is a large key, large print keyboard designed for use by children with motor skill disabilities. This keyboard has oversized keys color-coded to teach by character set. The keys are color-coded by consonants, vowels, numbers, and punctuation marks to help pre-school children learn character sets. The keyboard also has two USB 2.0 side ports and oval function (F) keys. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows

Kinect Email Interface

-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype email interface based on the Kinect system technology for individuals with aphasia or other communication disorders. For many sufferers of aphasia, a disorder caused by stroke that impairs the language centers of the brain, writing or typing emails may become difficult. When Chad Rubles's mother had a stroke that resulted in aphasia, he developed an email interface system based on the Microsoft Kinect's approach, using simple hand gestures to

Kinesis Essential Contoured Keyboard

The Kinesis Essential Contoured Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals at risk for repetitive motion injury of the upper extremity. The keyboard has two separate keypads that split the traditional alphanumeric key layout of a QWERTY keyboard into right and left hand configurations. Each of the keypads is concave so that the shorter digits do not have to be stretched to reach their keys, and so that each hand maintains a flat, neutral position. The keypads are also placed

King Keyboard (Model 2440)

King Keyboard is an expanded keyboard designed with large widely spaced keys for individuals with gross motor skills and a large range of motion. The keys are slightly recessed so that the board's surface acts as a keyguard and the keys provide tactile and auditory feedback on contact. Frequency of use layout places the most frequently used letters toward the center of the keyboard, which may help expedite text entry and minimize fatique. Operating the keys requires 200 gm of pressure. When used

Knfbreader Mobile

The knfbReader Mobile is a cell phone, optical character recognition device, and voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The user takes a photo of the text to be read with the built-in cell phone camera, and the text is read aloud. An automatic viewfinder tells the user whether the entire document is in the photo. While the text is being read, the device can display the text on the phone’s built-in screen and highlight each word as it is spo

Kts Refreshable Braille Display (Brailloterm 40/80 Cell Braille Display)

The KTS Refreshable Braille Display is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This display comes with software for translating text to braille and vice versa. The display is available models with 40 or 80 cells. Features include 6- or 8-dot braille selected by keystroke; screen navigation using 14 dedicated function keys; hardware cursor or 10 soft cursor tracking; display of attributes in monochrome or color modes; direct line selection;

Kurzweil - National Federation Of The Blind Reader

The Kurzweil - National Federation of the Blind Reader is a voice output optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This handheld unit scans text and reads it aloud with synthetic speech. The user holds the unit's camera over print, and it snaps a picture. In seconds it reads the contents of the printed document in clear synthetic speech. Scanned text can be discarded, stored for later reading, or transferred to a computer or braille no

Laptalk

LapTalk is a voice output computer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is a notebook computer with an integrated full-feature screen reader program (Window-Eyes Professional; see separate entry). The computer has an Intel Celeron one gigahertz (GHz) processor and a Windows operating system that allows it to run mainstream software. It has 256 megabytes (MB) random access memory (RAM) and a 20 gigabyte (GB) hard drive. Other features include an office suite that

Large Keys Keyboard - Bigkeys Lx In White

The Large Keys Keyboard - BigKeys LX in White is a modified computer keyboard designed for use by children and adults with manual dexterity disabilities or low vision. This standard-size keyboard features 1-inch-square keys and the complete 97-character keyset with large keys and bold keytop labels. Key order can be configured as standard QWERTY or ABC order. The "No Run-On" feature sends only one keystroke to the computer per key depression, preventing multiple keystrokes if the key is held dow

Large Print High Contrast Keyboard Seels (Models Lpks-By, Lpks-Wb, & Lpks-Bw)

Large Print High Contrast Keyboard Seels are plastic computer keyboard covers providing a large print, high contrast, protective overlays designed for use by individsuals with cognitive or vision disabilities. The cover is placed directly over the keyboard and protects the keys from liquids and dust. It is available with an enlarged keytop legend in three high contasting colors for ease of use. All Seels are fitted with Velcro and include full fitting instructions. Seels are available for al

Large Print Keyboard

The Large Print Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. This standard Windows keyboard features keytop characters three times the size of standard keyboard markings. The keyboard includes function keys and a numeric keypad. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with AT/PS2 connection. DIMENSIONS: The keytop labels are 0.5 x 0.25 inch.

Large Print Labels

Large Print Labels are keytop overlays designed for use on computer or telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD) keyboards by individuals with low vision. These self-stick labels increase the size of the key labels by at least 100 percent and they stay securely in place until intentionally removed. The set contains labels for a standard Windows 104-key IBM compatible keyboard. COLOR: Available in black letters on an ivory background or white letters on a black background.

Large Print Labels

Large Print Labels are large print keytop overlays designed for use by individuals with low vision. These adhesive overlays are appllied to the keys of an existing keyboard to transform it into a large print keyboard. Labels are all US Standard English. COLORS: Three models are available with different color schemes: Black with white print, ivory with black print, or yellow with black print.

Large Visual Display

The Large Visual Display is a large print display accessory for the Superprint 100-D, 4425, and 4420 (sold separately; see separate entries) telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD or TT) by Ultratec. The characters on the large display are 10 times larger than characters on a standard TDD display and are displayed in bold type. TDD conversations are shown simultaneously on the TDD display and on the large visual display. The display connects to the Superprint 100-D, the Superprint 4225, or S

Largeprint White On Black Apple Keyboard

The LargePrint White on Black Apple Keyboard is designed for individuals who have low vision. Has an ergonomic low profile design with ultra-thin aluminum enclosures. Largest letters available for key size. One touch function keys to access many Mac features. Full 109-key layout high quality scissor switch mechanism. Withstands over 10 million keystrokes. 2 USB ports to connect a mouse or other peripheral devices. COLOR: White on black. WARRANTY: One full year warranty from date of purchase.

Laser Pc6 With Text-To-Speech Option

The Laser PC6 with Text-to-Speech Option is a portable word processor designed for use by children or adults with vision, reading, or communication disabilities. This one-piece unit features a full-sized keyboard and a liquid crystal display (LCD). The text-to-speech cartridge ($50) plugs into the expansion slot in the back of the unit; the user then plugs in the headphones (included), adjusts the volume, and selects the text-to-speech option from the main menu to hear word-processing files, the

Lazee Mouse Cursor

The LaZee Mouse CURSOR is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, severe physical, or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetetive motion injuries. This hands-free device provides full cursor control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC) through head or body movements. The self-contained unit can be head-mounted or positioned where the user desires. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to perform the cursor movements

Lazee Mouse Pro

The LaZee Mouse Pro is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetetive motion injuries. The LaZee Mouse Pro provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through head or body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and dragging via microphone. The LaZee Mouse Pro is f

Lazee Mouse Switch

The LaZee Mouse SWITCH is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetetive motion injuries. The LaZee Mouse SWITCH provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through head or body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and dragging via external switches. The self-co

Learningboard

The LearningBoard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals with learning or cognitive disabilities. Consonants, vowels, punctuation marks, numbers, and computer function keys each have their own vivid color to help users understand their different roles in reading and language. Layout and key selection are the same as that on standard keyboards. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with a standard P/S2 connection. COLOR: Key are color-coded for function and lett

Left Handed Keyboard

The Left Handed Computer Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals with right hand or arm upper extremity disabilities. The standard numeric keypad is positioned on the left instead of the traditional right side. Other features include a mechanical switch technology with a key life of 20 million cycles, Windows 95/98 compatibility, and USB connection. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.43 x 6.43 x 18.06 inches. COLOR: Black. WARRANTY: One year.

Left Or Right Handed Keyboards

Left or Right Handed keyboards are modified keyboards designed for one handed use for individuals who have only one functioning hand. These keyboards are Honeywell modified keyboards with a Dvorak layout. The layout hlps to reduce stress with easy access to 60% of the characters used in each word. OPTION: An optional foot pedal can be used to control Shift, Ctrl, Alt for $89.95.

Lessonboard

The LessonBoard is a training keyboard designed for children and adults with cognitive or learning disabilities. This standard-size computer keyboard is color-coded by finger to show correct finger placement. This keyboard includes three months of free software. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, or Vista 0r MAC OS 10.1.5 or higherand a USB port (a PS/2 adapter is included for older systems). DIMENSIONS:

Librette Turnkey System & Libra Turnkey System

The Librette Turnkey System and Libra Turnkey System are personal computer systems pre-loaded with optical character recognition (OCR), screen magnification, web browser, and voice output software, designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Librette system includes a personal computer running the Windows XP operating system, with a monitor, printer, and scanner, pre-loaded with VIP Scan/Read/Write, a voice output OCR program, and PnC Net, a voice output web browser tha

Light Beam Indicator

Light Beam Indicator is a head-mounted pointing system using both a pointing rod and an adjustable padded nylon headset with a light pointer. The rod, which attaches to the nylon headset, projects out over the forehead and downward. The light pointer is positioned over the forehead and projects a concentrated light beam. Contact manufacturer for information on system options. POWER: Three "C" batteries. DIMENSIONS: 22 inches long. WEIGHT: 11.5 ounces.

Light Beam Indicator (Model 1)

Light beam indicator for an alternative pointing method. For individuals with limited neck, trunk mobility or positioning control. On/off switch, rechargeable power pack.

Light Beam Indicator (Model 2)

Lightweight flexible plastic headwand with washable forehead felt pad, cushioned chin strap and Velcro elastic band closure. Focused light beam indicator is mounted over forehead. Provides alternative pointing method for individuals with limited neck, trunk mobility or control when used with positioning. Weight 3.5 ounces. Light beam indicator has on, off switch adaptable to individual needs. Rechargeable power pack.

Light Pointer

The Light Pointer is an optical pointer designed for use by individuals with physical disabilities. This device projects a spot of light and is designed to be mounted on the user's head and pointed toward objects. The Light Pointer can also be used to activate the Light Activated Switch (see separate entry from this manufacturer).

Light Pointer With Headstick (Model Ii)

Model II Light Pointer with Headstick is a head-mounted pointing system using both a pointing rod and a light beam. An adjustable padded nylon headset holds the mountings for both the rod and the light pointer. The rod projects out over the forehead and downward. The light pointer is positioned over the forehead and projects a concentrated light beam. The light beam is visible under normal room lighting. POWER: Three "C" batteries. DIMENSIONS: 22 inches long. WEIGHT: 11.5 ounces.

Lipstick

LipStick (also known as WordWriter or McIntyre) is an alternate input system for an Apple Macintosh, employing a joystick or track ball in place of the standard mouse and keyboard. Moving the joystick or rolling the track ball is equivalent to sliding the mouse. Pushing the joystick "fire" button or pressing the track ball button is equivalent to clicking the mouse button. WordWriter software presents an image of the keyboard on the computer screen. Included with the keyboard is a predictive voc

Lipsync (Models L1, L2, L3, & L4)

Lipsync is a mouth operated mouse designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. A mouth-operated joystick enables the user to move the cursor, while sipping and puffing triggers clicking and right clicking. The unit has a compact design for mobile computing and requires no software or drivers. Features include a green LED to provide visual feedback for left click, a red LED to provide visual feedback for right click, cursor speed adju

Literacy Pack

The Literacy Pack is a set of access and literacy items, including a keyboard interface, a voice output word processor program, and a spelling tutorial program, designed for use by individuals with cognitive, visual, and upper extremity disabilities. This package includes IntelliKeys and IntelliTalk (see separate entries) by IntelliTools and Spell-A-Word (see separate entry). COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use with Macintosh computers or IBM and compatible computers equipped with Wind

Littlefingers Keyboard - Numberpad (Models Lf-2600 & Lf-2800)

The LittleFingers Keyboard - NumberPad is a modified keyboard designed for use by children or individuals with limited finger dexterity or range of motion. This full-featured keyboard has reduced key cap size and spacing to allow persons with smaller hands to reach all of the keys without having to stretch. The keyboard also has a numeric keypad, a built-in wrist rest, and a wide space bar. A dual-mode feature enables a standard full-sized keyboard to be plugged in simultaneously. COMPATIBILITY:

Littlefingers Keyboard - Track Ball (Models Lf-2500 & Lf-2700)

The LittleFingers Keyboard - Track Ball, models LF-2500 and LF-2700, is a modified keyboard designed for use by children or individuals with limited finger dexterity and range of motion. This full-featured keyboard has reduced key cap size and spacing to allow persons with smaller hands to reach all of the keys without having to stretch. A built-in three-button trackball performs click, double click, and click and drag functions. The keyboard also has a built-in wrist rest and a wide space bar.

Littlemouse

The LittleMouse, designed for young children, is a two-button mouse with a green “go” left-click and a red “stop” right-click that can help them learn basic mouse skills. Color-coding the LittleMouse in this way also helps those with limited mouse skills and people with developmental disorders such as Dyspraxia and Dyslexia better understand the difference between what the right and left clicks on a mouse do. The LittleMouse is made of rugged plastic for durability and dependability. Plus, the s

Livescribe 3 Smartpen

The Livescribe 3 Smartpen is designed to work and write like a premium ballpoint pen, capturing written content and then displaying it on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch devices when used in conjunction with the Livescribe+ app. This product is useful to those with cognitive disabilities, or those who need additional reinforcement of information.

Locator-Dots

Locator-Dots, also called Loc-Dots, are tactile markers designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These plastic, adhesive-backed dots are clear and can be used to mark light switches, oven controls, house keys, alarm clocks, telephones, tape recorders, etc. They can also be used as keytop overlays to designate certain keys on a computer keyboard. The package contains six dots.

Locking Modification Of The Shift And Other Keys.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Modification to a computer keyboard to allow keys that normally must be hit simultaneously to be hit in sequence, permitting persons who type with a headstick or single finger to use the computer. Describes modification for an Apple IIe and most Apple II Plus computer keyboards to allow any key to mechanically latch like a caps-lock key. Lists tools needed and provides general instructions and procedures to follow. Includes diagrams. COMMENTS: For furt

Logiclight

The LogicLight is a keyboard light designed for use by people with low vision. This light connects to any USB port, and its 10 built-in LEDs can be positioned over the keyboard using its flexible gooseneck arm. This light is designed specifically for use with LogicKeyboard's keyboards for PC and Macintosh, including the XL Print PC Slim Line Keyboard and XL Print Apple Advance Keyboard (see separate entries) which feature integrated USB ports. POWER: Uses 5-volt DC from a USB connection. DIMENSI

Logitech Cordless Trackman Optical Mouse (Model 904369-0403)

The Logitech Cordless TrackMan Optical Mouse, model 904369-0403, is a trackball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. Designed for right-handed use, this cordless optical mouse is shaped to fit the palm of the user's hand and has a large trackball for cursor control. It operates wirelessly within six feet of the computer. The unit also has two forward and back buttons for Web and document browsing, a scroll wheel, and a drag lock button. Button controls

Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard

Logitech® K350 Wireless Keyboard is designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome and other disabilities of the hand or wrist. Distinctive wave design guides hands in the right position intended to reduce tension in shoulders, arms and wrists. Cushioned palm rest lets user position hands comfortably and properly on the keyboard.

Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse (Model 910-000806)

The Logitech TrackMan Marble Mouse is a an optical trackball and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with grasping, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This trackball has a long, broad palm area and gentle curves to help keep the user's hand comfortable and supported, with an ambidextrous design for both right- and left-handed use. It has a stable base that stays in place and provides support. It has button controls that allow the user to move forward and backward surfing t

Lomak

The Lomak (Light Operated Mouse And Keyboard) is a modified keyboard designed for use by people who have difficulty using or are unable to use a standard mouse and keyboard, including people with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, arthritis, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and carpal tunnel syndrome. The Lomak’s keys are arranged in three circles with each key equidistant from the confirm key so that the keyboard can be operated with very small moveme

Looking For Words Intellikeys Bundle

The Looking for Words IntelliKeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the software from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. The program uses color graphics, animation, and audio to introduce users to hundreds of words from three environments--the community, the school, and the home. Three modes

Low Profile Keyboard

The Low Profile Keyboard is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited upper extremity range of motion. This compact 101-style keyboard is similar in size and feel to the keyboard of a laptop computer. The rows and columns of the keyboard are compressed and the wide borders are eliminated. The numeric keypad and function keys are embedded in the keyboard to cut down on size and key travel. This lightweight keyboard has folding feet to provide elevation. COMPATIBILITY: For us

Mac Os X Version 10.2 Jaguar

Mac OS X Jaguar is a computer operating system with built-in keyboard modification, mouse emulator, screen magnification, speech synthesizer, visual beep indicator, voice input, and voice output programs, designed for use by individuals who are blind, deaf or hard of hearing, or who have low vision or upper extremity disabilities. For users with low vision, this operating system provides a Zoom display option that uses the Quartz rendering and compositing engine to magnify the contents of the sc

Mac Switch Interface

The Mac Switch Interface is a control input interface designed to permit switch control of a Macintosh computer. This plug-and-play unit plugs directly into the ADB connector on the Macintosh keyboard and enables up to five switches to be connected. No software setup is required and the unit is compatible with any switch-ready program.

Maestro

Maestro is a voice output personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is an HP iPAQ Pocket PC made accessible by means of a text-to-speech application and a tactile keyboard membrane over the PDA touch screen. Functions include a calendar, contact list, notetaking, and access to text files. Notes can be taken directly using the tactile keyboard or an external wireless braille or alphabetic keyboard. Files can be transferred to and from

Magi-Mouse

Magi-Mouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This wireless alternative input device replaces a standard mouse for computer cursor control or a pointer to navigate alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) boards. The device plugs into a USB or PS/2 port on any computer to begin mouse or pointer applications, with no additional software needed in order to utilize all of the features such as click

Magic Cube

The Magic Cube is an optical keyboard designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. About the size of a deck of cards, this projection device uses laser projection and motion detection technology to turn any table or other flat surface into a virtual keyboard or multi-touch mouse. Designed for use with laptop computers, mobile phones, and tablet computers supporting standard Bluetooth HID keyboards, the projected keyboard appears to the connected device as a st

Magic Cursor 2000

MAgic Cursor is a cursor control interface designed to provide all mouse functions without the need for buttons or switches for individuals who have little or no hand strength or who have other upper extremity disabilities. By using a dwell selection to operate, Magic Cursor enables the user to perform all mouse functions by moving the cursor. When the cursor dwells on the item where the user wants to perform a funtion, it changes to the funtion box. With the function box, one can move left to

Magic Touch

The Magic Touch is a touch screen designed to provide alternative accessibility for individuals with a physical disability who have difficulty using a mouse or a keyboard. It is protected by a scratch resistant coating for durability and is easily mounted to a monitor. This device emulates mouse functions, such as pulling down menus, double clicking, dragging, and moving the cursor. Each unit includes a soft tip pen. COMPATIBILITY: Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Magic Wand Keyboard (Models Sek101, Smn33, Sbn33, & Sam33)

The Magic Wand Keyboard is a mini keyboard with a built-in mouse designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, arthritis of the hand, neurological disabilities, or repetitive motion disabilities. This miniature keyboard allows access to any computer using no strength and only the slightest head or hand movement. The keyboard and mouse work with the touch of a wand, either a mouthstick or a hand-held wand, and require no force to activate, only

Magic Window

The Magic Window is a computer screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. The magnifier has an adjustable hood that attaches to a computer CRT-style monitor with Velcro or to a laptop or liquid crystal display (LCD) with a latch. The front flaps of the hood rest against the front bezel on the monitor. The hood also provides glare reduction. The lens is positioned in the hood using Velcro. DIMENSIONS: Available for 14/15-inch, 17-inch, or 19-inch screens.

Maltron Dual Hand 2D Keyboard

The Maltron Dual Hand 2D Keyboard is a modified ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals at risk for repetitive motion injury of the upper extremity. This plug-and-play keyboard has two key groups for letters with a central number group that suits both left and right handers. The letter keys are angled to match natural finger movements and the keys for the longer fingers are further away to reduce finger motion and provide small therapeutic actions. This keyboard has all the functions

Maltron Dual Handed 3D Keyboard

The Maltron Dual Handed 3D Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed to fit the natural shape of hands and allow the wrists to remain straight during typing, relieve postural stress, and reduce the onset of Repetitive Strain Injury. This Plug-n-Play keyboard has a concave shape to provide tactile feedback which improves accuracy and speed. The keyboard has a standard QWERTY letter layout with an optional advanced Maltron letter layout which gives a ten to one reduction in finger movement. The alp

Maltron Expanded Keyboard

The Maltron Expanded Keyboard is an expanded keyboard designed for use by individuals with fine motor or other upper extremity disabilities, upper extremity amputation, or tremors. The keyboard may be placed on the floor or fixed at the foot of a bed for typing with toes. This keyboard features strong steel construction to withstand heavy use and a polyester coating for a smooth, wipe-clean surface. The large surface area and built-in key guard are designed to reduce keyboard errors. The unit is

Maltron Head / Mouth Stick Keyboard

The Maltron Head / Mouth Stick Keyboard is a 105-key modified keyboard designed specifically for use with a mouth stick or headwand. This Plug-n-Play keyboard has a concave front and a Frequency of Use letter layout with frequently used characters in the central area to reduce head movement for individuals who use a mouth stick or are single finger typists. The unit may be mounted on an articulated arm or positioned flat for single finger operation. The alphabetic keys are positioned in the midd

Maltron Single Left And Right Handed Keyboard

The Maltron Single Left and Right Handed Keyboards are modified keyboards specifically designed for one-handed operation. These Plug-n-Play keyboards have a sculptured shape to provide key heights suited to finger lengths to reduce fatigue and increase speed and accuracy. The letter layout has been developed to meet the special needs of single-handed operation and incorporates push-on/off keys for Control, Shift, and Alt functions. The alphabet, numeric, and arrow keys are all included in the de

Marathon Brailler

The Marathon Brailler is a desk-top Braille printer designed to provide single-sided embossing for individuals who are blind. The user sets printing control parameters with a built-in keypad (no dip switches). Up to 16 different sets of parameters can be stored in the Marathon's permanent memory. Eight pre-programmed sets for popular microcomputer configurations are provided with the system. Control parameters can be verified via a 32-character visual display or in Braille. When used with Braill

Matchbox 6 Keyboard & Matchbox 10 Keyboard

The Matchbox 6 and Matchbox 10 Keyboards are keytop overlays for computer keyboards. The Matchbox 6 keyboard has 6 keys, and the Matchbox 10 keyboard has 10 keys. These keyboard overlays were designed to reduce the complexity of the standard QWERTY keyboard display to a more manageable six- or ten- switch configuration for very young users or computer users with special needs. COMPATIBILITY: For use on the Apple IIe or Apple IIGS computers. The Matchbox keyboard overlays can be used with Keyboar

Matias 508 Keyboard

The Matia 508 Keyboard is a one-hand keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity amputation, stroke, or hand injury. This full-size keyboard allows both one-handed and two-handed typing. The user can touch-type with the left hand, the right hand, or both hands. The keys are built on rubber dome keyswitches that provide a quiet tactile feel, with enough resistance to hold the weight of the user's hands and reduce long-term fatigue. The user places a hand where it would normally

Matias Tactile Pro Keyboard

The Matias Tactile Pro Keyboard is a keyboard with tactile keys designed for use by individuals who benefit from tactile feedback, including touch typists who are blind or have low vision. Each key is built on an individual Alps mechanical switch, which provides tactile feedback and audible clicks when the key is pressed. The keyboard also allows faster typing speeds, as anti-ghosting circuitry (also called n-key rollover) allows the user to type faster without missing or added letters. The key

Matrix Touch Keyboards (Models 83 Pkb-Sam, 83 Pkb-Sam-Ckps2R, & 83 Pkb-Sa)

Matrix Touch Keyboards are optical keyboards designed for use by individuals with arthritis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), carpal tunnel syndrome, and other upper extremity disabilities which limit or prevent pressure on the fingers. These keyboards utilize a matrix of infrared sensors to detect the presence of the finger on the membrane overlay, eliminating the need for pressure. These compact keyboards can be placed in the user's lap, on the bed, on a desk, or on a bedside stand, enabli

Max-View Screen Magnifier

The Max-View Screen Magnifier is an external screen magnifier and glare reduction screen designed for use by individuals with low vision. Designed to work with both flat and curved monitors, this unit magnifies without distortion and provides glare reduction and radiation and static control. DIMENSIONS: Models are available to upgrade a 14- or 15-inch monitor to a 17-inch monitor or to upgrade a 16- or 17-inch monitor to a 19-inch monitor.

Maxim Keyboard

The Maxim Keyboard is a split compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. The sections can be adjusted laterally at 0, 8, or 14 degrees to minimize forearm tension. The keyboard also includes built-in removable palm supports. The c

Maxim Usb 10-Key

The Maxim USB 10-Key is an ergonomic keypad designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit has low force, tactile mechanical key switches, and can be positioned to the right or left of the keyboard. The unit connects to an available USB port on the computer and is compatible with virtually any operating system. It comes with a 2-port USB hub that enables the user to connect other input devices such as mice without having to access USB ports on the computer.

Me Too!

Me Too! is a software program that permits students to run standard story writing programs using an alternative keyboards, switches, touch screen, or other adaptive peripherals. Menus permit the user to set a configuration according to the device they are using. The configuration is then sent to the Adaptive Firmware Card (extra). Two expanded keyboard overlays are included. Contact manufacturer for information on story writing programs that will work with Me Too!. COMPATABILITY: For use on Appl

Memovoice Notepad

The Memovoice Notepad is a braille notetaker designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Memovoice Notepad has a seven-point Braille keyboard and voice output in several languages, delivered through headphones or a built-in speaker. Functions include an alarm clock, calendar, appointments list, events list, and notepad. The Memovoice Notepad has a 256 kilobyte (KB) flash memory and 128 KB random access memory (RAM), with 2 megabytes (MB) total memory. POWER: Uses two 1.5 vo

Micro-Mouse Mouse Pad (Model R7928)

The Micro-Mouse Mouse Pad, model R7928, is a cursor control device tray designed to allow the computer mouse user to work comfortably while reducing the risk of repetitive motion injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. This foam rubber mouse pad provides for smooth mouse operation. It can be adjusted anywhere vertically within a 5-inch range. The pad permanently mounts under a desk with screws (included). The work surface swivels and tips, letting the user adjust the pad to the most comfortable

Micropoint

Micropoint is a mouse emulator designed for individuals who are not able to manipulate a standard mouse. This unit has a three-button handle in the center. Moving the handle one inch in any direction moves the cursor. The three buttons act as left click, right click, and double click or drag lock. Bundled with the unit is AltraPoint software which enables one-click shortcuts with the three buttons. The software also turns the four corners of the computer screen into instant access control points

Microsoft Arc Wireless Keyboard For Pc And X-Box 360

The Microsoft Arc Wireless Keyboard for PC and Xbox 360 is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. Useful for individuals with limited range of motion, this lightweight, small-sized keyboard has an ergonomic curved design, a stowable Nano Transceiver for wireless connectivity, and four programmable buttons. A storage and carrying case is also included. COMPATIBILITY: For use on persomal computers and X-Box 360 gaming systems. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Mic

Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

Microsoft's Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 was designed for the reduction of carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. When in use, wrists are able to rest against a plush surface at a natural angle. The keyboard’s curved key bed, ergonomic arc, and reversed slope reduce tension buildup. The device also allows for customizable user access with "hot keys". For example, the Zoom Slider, located in the middle of the keyboard, lets a user zoom in and out of the screen with the touch of a finger.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse

The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse is designed to alleviate wrist discomfort while also making digital navigation effortless. Shaped to encourage natural hand, wrist, and forearm patterns and posture, Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse helps prevent the pain of repetitive stress injuries.

Milbat Keyboard Guard

The Keyboard Guard is custom keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. Available with or without a USB connector, the keyboard is contained in a metal tray to protect it from impact.

Milestone 312 Daisy Player

The Milestone 312 DAISY Player is a digital talking book player designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. This small device incorporates an audio books player, an accessible MP3/AAC player, voice recorder, FM tuner/recorder, alarm clock, and an RFID tag reader in one unit. The DAISY player offers full access to heading levels, page numbers, phrases, etc. It also supports bookmark setting and switching between books on the memory card. The MP3 player offers accessible MP3 nav

Mimiopad

The MimioPad wireless tablet is a digital presentation input system that can be used to enable students or teachers with mobility disabilities to write on a classroom whiteboard without leaving their desks. It can also be used in the workplace or in other venues in which meetings are held. The MimioPad is designed to be used with the MimioTeach electronic whiteboard (not included). The unit connects wirelessly to the MimioTeach whiteboard, allowing the teacher to move around the classroom while

Mini Joystick With Pad Switch (Model 50120)

The Mini Joystick with Pad Switch, model 50120, is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This switch is a four-position gated joystick designed for individuals who can maneuver a joystick, but need a larger switch. The multiple switch is five switches in one; the joystick has four positions, and the fifth switch is activated by pressing the raised pad beside it. This switch can be used to control any device that requires five single switches, or it can be adapted to

Mini Joystick With Push Switch (Model 50200)

The Mini Joystick with Push Switch, model 5020, is a multiple switch designed to control any device that requires five single switches for operation by individuals who have severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. It can also be adapted to form five single or mono switch plugs for controlling any five devices operated by single switches (additional hardware needed). Four switches are activated by moving the hoystick in four directions; the fifth is activated by pres

Mini Mouse-Tiny Mouse

The optical Mini Mouse-Tiny Mouse is a computer mouse designed to fit in the palm of a child's hand. It is about half the size of a standard computer mouse. It is designed to give children greater comfort and control. The right and left “click” buttons are different colors allowing the instructor to say “click blue” or “click red”, when right/left concept is not fully understood. Body of mouse is black to match the Lesson Board Keyboard. COLOR: Blue, Yellow and Black. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stat

Mini-Arm Keyboard Platform

The Mini-Arm Keyboard Platform has four adjustable functions: height, tilt, rotation, and position. It was ergonomically designed to provide comfort for computer operators in an effort to decrease the risk of repetitive motion damage such as carpal tunnel syndrome. The Mini-Arm can be factory or field installed on any 29-inch McDowell-Craig top (and most other manufacturers' tops as well). It is especially effective when used under a McDowell-Craig Power Table (see separate entry), for this comb

Mini-Keyboard With Keyguard (Model Mkk-100)

The Mini-Keyboard with Keyguard, model MKK-100, is a wireless mini keyboard designed for use by individuals who type with a single finger or a pointer. This keyboard connects to a computer using a wireless Bluetooth connection. The small size of the moisture-resistant keyboard reduces the distance the user has to reach to access all the keys. The keyguard fits between the keys and prevents simultaneously striking two keys next to each other. The keyguard is slightly taller than the keys to allow

Miracle Mouse

Miracle Mouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This hands-free computer control device enables the user to emulate mouse events with head movements. This device can be used to click, double click, scroll, drop and drag, and move a mouse around the screen. Features include dwell clicking, word prediction, ability to re-size the on-screen keyboard, and macro keys on the keyboard for launching programs. The device comes with video gaming softwar

Mission Control

Mission Control is a switch adapter and voice control module for computer input designed for use by children with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities. This computer access device uses aFFx activators that enable a child to receive feedback on the amount of pressure applied. The device has four large, colored aFFx activators, a built-in microphone, and the ability to plug in attachments for the child's individual needs, such as switches or a USB camera. The device can

Mix 'n Match Intellikeys Bundle

The Mix 'N Match IntelliKeys Bundle is a math tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes the Mix 'N Match (see also separate entry) software from Marblesoft and a set of two overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). The program offers three activities: Sorting Fun teaches the classification of objects by shape and color (four levels of difficulty); What Comes Next teaches help

Mobile Voicepro Laptop

The Mobile VoicePro Laptop is a voice input notebook /laptop computer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or who have difficulty using a keyboard. This laptop comes with Dragon NaturallySpeaking (see entry) speech recognition/voice input software and Microsoft Office 2003 Basic installed, configured, and tested. The laptop is from Sager-Midern in City of Industry, California, with a Pentium 4 processor, Windows XP Pro operating system, and a 38-centimeter XGA flat pa

Mod 80 Braille Terminal

The Mod 80 is a refreshable braille display and keyboard interface designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This system comprises an 84-cell Braille display, a keyboard, and a 16-key function pad that can be combined to create a customized system to provide access to most computer operating systems, including DOS, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000, and Linux. Standard features include 80 concave Braille cells with routing keys, four status cells, and eight function keys.

Modification For Mouthstick Computing

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: Miniature seesaw with ball bearing weight meant to hold down the shift key of a computer keyboard which lacks a caps lock key. Allows a quadriplegic using a mouthstick to type in upper and lower case without depressing two keys at once. Describes a miniature seesaw made of two tongue depressors, wooden matches, a nail, and a marble or ball bearing as a weight. The seesaw is placed so that when one end is tapped the weight rolls down and depresses the shift key.

Money Skills (Model 0670)

Money Skills, model 0670, is a money management tutorial program designed to provide computer assisted training in the development of skills with identification of coins and bills, counting denominations and making change. The program features a built-in record keeping system, an option for an increasing level of difficulty, and exercises using U.S.. Canadian, European, British, or Australian currency. It supports keyboard, mouse, touch screen, IntelliKeys, and single- or dual-switch input. OPTI

Money Skills Intellikeys Bundle

The Money Skills IntelliKeys Bundle is a money management tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes the Money Skills (see also separate entry) software from Marblesoft and a set of two overlays for use with IntelliKeys (not included; see separate entry). The program assists students in learning to count bills and coins by single and mixed denominations and to make change (multiple levels of difficulty). It als

Monomouse Electronic Magnifier

The MonoMouse® is designed for use by individuals with visual impairments. It allows readers to view documents magnified on the television. The MonoMouse® is an electronic magnifier that offers black and white magnification. It is ideal for individuals who require assistance when reading a book or other text. They can be used on any size of screen. The TV versions plug straight into the SCART socket (physical and electrical interconnection between two pieces of audio-visual equipment) of a telev

Moozi Wheelchair Joystick

Moozi Wheelchair Joystick is designed for individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities to operate a power wheelchair with compatible controls or with adaptors. It can control a range of other equipment including a computer mouse and programs. The Moozi can be positioned on a tray or table, using Velcro or a non-slip mat. It has a smooth, light sliding action (190g force). It has a low profile that allows the hand to rest in a natural position. Moozi is also su

Morekeyboard

The MoreKeyboard is an ergonomic large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and those with low vision. This 104-key keyboard features dimensions and designs comparable to standard keyboards, including an number pad, function (F) keys, and a cascading layout that resembles traditional keyboards. Other features include front and back adjustable legs that allow for a variety of heights and positioning angles, large print number and letter keys that are th

Motion Global Eye

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a input device for individuals who have low vision to interact with modern technologies in a natural and intuitive way. The Motion Global Eye has nine tactile points arranged in a square and a central guide. The device setup uses a keytop overlay to mimic the common alphanumeric keypad for inputting information, and other overlays are available. The device also offers video recording capability. TITLE: 9 Spots for your Eye. WEBSITE: Yank

Mouse Button-Box (Model H-47)

The Mouse Button-Box, model H-47, is a switch-adapted mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This interface is available with left- and right-click buttons on the left, left- and right-click buttons on the right, one large button on the left, or one large button on the right. Pressing two adjacent buttons moves the cursor diagonally. The unit has a USB connection so it works on both Mac

Mouse Emulator (Model 5005)

Mouse Emulator is a device that allows a set of switches to be used in place of a mouse for input to a Macintosh computer. Five input switches are used to produce up, down, left and right cursor movement plus mouse button action. A latching feature is provided to reproduce mouse movement with the mouse button held down ("dragging"). This latching is activated by holding down the mouse button switch for a certain (adjustable) length of time. The speed of cursor movement with the Mouse Emulator go

Mouse For Tiny Hands, The (Model 4038)

The Mouse for Tiny Hands, model 4038, is a mouse and mouse skills training program designed for use by children with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. The set includes a large two-button mouse and a CD-Rom with five play activities designed to teach children to use a mouse, including clicking and dragging. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers.

Mouse House

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To provide an opportunity for individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities activate and maneuver a computer mouse. MATERIALS USED: 1 small but chubby notebook or photo album (The photo albums with rings designed to hold a single 4"x6" picture on each page works well), Two soft sponges, Double-sided carpet tape, Stick of hot glue, Stick Tack or other putty that is used to hold pictures on a wall, 8" fuzzy adhesive-backed Velcro, 1" ho

Mouse Nest

The Mouse Nest is a cursor control wrist support designed to support the entire hand and reduce wrist stress. This mouse rest moves with the mouse to aid, not impede, productivity while maintaining the user's wrist in the desired neutral position. The rest has a contoured surface with a lower hand platform and thumb and finger recesses. The mouse attaches to the platform with Velcro and is removed and reinstalled easily. The support is made of molded foam and configured for either the right or l

Mouse Trak

Mouse Trak is a track ball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This three-button pointing device features an integral hand support and requires no software for programming as the programming is accomplished through software. The third button on the device can be used for double click or click and drag. This trackball is available in a professional and a personal model. The professional model is made of heavy-duty materials for use in harsh environments. The persona

Mousebean Ergonomic Hand Rest

The MouseBean Ergonomic Hand Rest is a wrist rest for a computer mouse designed to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive strain injuries and to allow people with these and other upper extremity disabilities to use a computer mouse. This rest features a kidney bean-shaped plastic base with two removable and washable oval pads. It connects to a mouse with a sliding coupling bar that attaches to a socket that sticks on the rear of the mouse. COLOR (BASE/PADS): Black/Grey; Ultra Blue/I

Mouser 3 Switch Box

The Mouser 3 Switch Box is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It allows unwanted mouse buttons to be turned off and operated instead from a switch. With this product, mouse-click software can be accessed with a switch. This product has two PS2 mouse sockets allowing the mouse and another device such as a joystick to be used together, with automatic switching between the mouse sockets.

Multimedia Max

Multimedia Max is a voice activated personal computer designed to control telecommunications, electrical, and infrared devices for individuals with physical disabilities. This multimedia computer can be controlled by mouse, keyboard, or touchscreen, and incorporates the following features: control of over 256 different lights and electrical appliances; control of 99 different infrared (audio and video) equipment; control of Heating and Air Conditioning Systems; scheduling events in advance or ex

Muppet Learning Keys

Muppet Learning Keys is an expanded membrane keyboard for Apple II computers. The keyboard's 83 keys are covered with color cartoons of Jim Henson's Muppets characters illustrating the various functions of the keys. Muppet Learning Keys is not equivalent to a standard Apple II keyboard but must be used with some program that defines a meaning for each key or group of keys. The program provided with the keyboard uses color animated graphics and music to teach letters, numbers, and colors. Some ot

Mwd-465 Merriam-Webster Intermediate Dictionary With Spell Correction

The MWD-465 Merriam-Webster Intermediate Dictionary with Spell Correction is a voice output dictionary designed to enhance language and vocabulary skills for sixth grade or older students with cognitive disability or speech impairment, or who are blind or have low vision. It offers auditory feedback by pronouncing words out loud. This portable dictionary has a QWERTY style keyboard and a liquid crystal display (LCD). The MWD-465 includes a comprehensive Merriam-Webster Intermediate Dictionary wi

My First Keyboard (Models Hpc-35)

My First Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by children with fine motor disabilities. This flat membrane keyboard features a fixed ABC layout, works with most standard software, and includes a Y connector so the keyboard can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible or Macintosh computers. OPTIONS: USB adapter.

My-T-Calculator

My-T-Calculator is a is a mouse emulator program designed to provide a calculator to run "on-top" of Windows for individuals with limited upper limb mobility. This program works with any pointing devices, such as mice, joysticks, trackballs, pens, switches, etc., and is ideal for for any money, tax or accounting programs. The fully functional calculator can be displayed in nine different sizes and has the option to stay "on top" of all Windows applications when needed. A Pop-up Tape function sup

My-T-Mouse

My-T-Mouse is a keyboard interface program designed to allow a mouse or any other pointing device (including track balls, pens, touch screens, joysticks, puffing devices, head mice, InfraRed, switches and digitizer pads) to operate within Windows without, or as an addition to, a keyboard to minimize movement and simplify multi-keystroke actions to a single action for persons with physical disabilities. The software contains 5 different U.S. (including ABCD, DVORAK and QWERTY) and 20 internationa

My-T-Mouse For Kids

My-T-Mouse for kids is a mouse emulator program and an on screen keyboard program designed to provide an interface specifically for children through any pointing device for individuals with limited upper limb mobility and/or coordination. It offers complete access and control over all computer functions whether it is through mice, trackballs, pens, touchscreens, joysticks, switches, etc. This program offers three "Heads-Up Display" keyboards in nine different sizes including Alphabetical, QWERTY

My-T-Pen

My-T-Pen is an on screen keyboard program designed for industrial and commercial applications to allow a mouse or any other pointing device (including track balls, pens, touch screens, joysticks, puffing devices, head mice, InfraRed, switches and digitizer pads) to operate within any Windows program without, or as an addition to, a keyboard to minimize movement and simplify multi-keystroke actions to a single action for persons with physical disabilities. The software contains 5 different U.S. (

My-T-Touch

My-T-Touch is an on screen keyboard program designed for use in industrial and commercial applications by people with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This program enables touchscreen pointing device to operate within any Windows program to minimize movement and simplify multi-keystroke actions to a single action. The software includes five different U.S. (including ABCD, DVORAK and QWERTY) and more than175 international keyboards, which appear on the screen in a "Heads-Up" format in

Myboard-Lc (Model Mb-Lc)

MyBoard-LC is a large key, large print keyboard designed for use by children with motor skill or cognitive disabilities. This keyboard has oversized keys color-coded by character set. Keytop labels have lowercase letters to assist those who have not yet mastered the relationship between uppercase and lowercase letters. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, or Vista or MAC OS 10.1.5 or higher and a

Myboard-Uc

MyBoard-UC is a large key, large print keyboard designed for use by children with motor skill, vision, or cognitive disabilities. This keyboard has oversized keys color-coded by character set. Keytop labels have uppercase letters. There are no function keys. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, or Vista, 7 or MAC OS 10.1.5 or higher and a USB port (a PS/2 adapter is included). DIMENSIONS: 19 x 1.5

Mycestro

The Mycestro is a wireless mouse emulator designed for use by people with neurological, upper extremity, fine motor or grasping disabilities, cerebral palsy, or stroke or brain injury. The Mycestro can be worn on a finger. Its sensors match the movement of the cursor on the screen to the movement of the user's hand. The Mycestro also has a touch-sensitive panel that the user touches with the thumb to click the mouse. The panel is broken into segments that can be controlled through the applicatio

Mygait Elite Computer

The MyGait Elite Computer is a computer terminal designed for use by older adults or individuals with cognitive disability. This all-in-une unit comes fully assembled, and provides easy access to computer and the Internet for people who have computer literacy challenges. The MyGait Elite features an integrated 20-inch high definition monitor, a built-in web camera for video chat capability, an integrated DVD/CD player for playback, and 200 percent zoom or magnification capability. The computer's

Mygaze Eye Tracker

The myGaze® EyeTracker is specifically designed for individuals who use eye tracking to access computer programs. MyGaze EyeTracker is designed for individuals with a wide range needs and of varying age, eye condition, eye color, glasses, contact lenses, or environmental lighting, where an optimal performance is needed. For all gaze interaction applications low latency is crucial. MyGaze requires less that 50ms system latency. It is equipped with a smart binocular gaze tracking mode which co

Myo

The MYO is a myoelectric remote control interface for computers designed to provide individuals with fine motor or other disabilities with the ability to control a computer, tablet or smartphone remotely by making hand or arm gestures. The Myo fits around the user's forearm like a bracelet or sweatband. It has sensors that detect muscle activity via myoelectric activity and a 9-axis inertial measurement unit that acts as a motion sensor. Theses sensors allow it to detect changes down to each in

Mytobii P10

MyTobii P10 is a portable eye-controlled communicator and computer designed for use by individuals with neurological or communication disabilities, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, or spinal cord injury. The screen, eye control device, and computer are integrated into one unit, which mounts to a desk, bed, or wheelchair. The user's eye signature can be calibrated in 10 seconds by sitting in front of the screen and following an on-screen dot. The system can be configured for different ski

Nano Pda-Lite

The Nano PDA-Lite is a braille notetaker and personal digital assistant designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The unit has a Braille keyboard and cursor keys with voice output, and takes up to 90 minutes of recorded notes and up to 1,000 written notes. Text notes are entered by using the Braille keyboard or the cursor keys; audio notes are entered through the recording function. Data can be transferred by serial interface or with a USB adapter (both adapters are inclu

Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 (Model B2M-00012)

The Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, model B2M-00012, is an ergonmic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or upper extremity disabilities. The ergonomic design encourages natural wrist and arm alignment so the user can work without discomfort. A plush, integrated palm rest is included. A zoom feature provides close-ups. Commonly used keys such as the equal sign, left and right parentheses, and backspace are located just above the number pad. Customizable hot keys

Natural Keyboard Elite (Model A11-00337)

The Natural Keyboard Elite, model A11-00337, is a modified ergonomic keyboard designed to reduce strain while working on a computer. This keyboard has a split, gently sloped shape that encourages a natural hand, wrist, and forearm position. Special keys allow the user to access common tasks, including product information, registration, and settings for devices such as cell phones, cameras, printers, mice, keyboards, and webcams. The keyboard connects through either PS/2 or USB ports. COMPATIBILI

Naturalease Wrist Support (Model Ms21)

The NaturalEase Wrist Support, model MS21, is a keyboard wrist support designed to reduce or prevent fatigue or strain for individuals who have or are candidates for repetitve motion disorders. This particular wrist support is curved at the center and is designed to work with the Microsoft Natural keyboard (see separate entry). Th durable cross-linked polyethylene foam is comfortable and the fabric covering does not promote friction allowing the users skin to breathe. The support attaches firmly

Neo 1

Neo 1 is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. This portable device has a full keyboard and a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen, with instant on/off, one button file access, and auto-save. The unit comes loaded with AlphaWord Plus word processor software, which includes a spell-checker and thesaurus, user dictionary, find/replace and word count, Spanish-English word lookup, and a built-in help system for quick access to command references. Built-in SmartA

Neo 2

Neo 2 keyboards are word processors designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities and upper extremity disabilities. This portable device has a full keyboard and a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen, with instant on/off, one button file access, and auto-save. The unit comes loaded with AlphaWord Plus word processor software, which includes a spell-checker and thesaurus, user dictionary, find/replace and word count, Spanish-English word lookup, and a built-in help system for quick a

Nes Hands Free Controller

The NES Hands Free Controller (HFC) is a cursor control interface device designed to allow input into the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) for all NES games except those requiring the Zapper Light Gun or the PowerPad. The HFC is worn on the chest. A chin- activated joystick on a moveable arm is used to activate figures in the game. Button functions are simulated by use of a sip and puff switch. By sipping or puffing lightly, the A and B buttons are activated; harder sipping or puffing activat

New Standard Ergonomic Keyboard, Professional Model

The New Standard Ergonomic Keyboard, Professional Model, is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with learning or upper extremity disabilities. This alpha-numeric keyboard is a 53-key, USB-interface keyboard alternative to a standard Qwerty keyboard. The keyboard offers all the functions of a full-sized 104-key keyboard and is designed to reduce the learning curve for touch typing as well as make the task comfortable. The logical design of the keyboard reduces the number of keys

New Standard Ergonomic Keyboard, Rainbow Model

The New Standard Ergonomic Keyboard, Rainbow Model is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with learning or upper extremity disabilities. This alpha-numeric keyboard is a 53-key, USB-interface keyboard alternative to a standard Qwerty keyboard. The keyboard offers all the functions of a full-sized 104-key keyboard and is designed to reduce the learning curve for touch typing as well as make the task comfortable. The logical design of the keyboard reduces the number of keys so th

New Yorker

The New Yorker is a stylus for tablet computer or touch screen designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. The tip of the stylus requires no downward pressure on the touch screen. This telescoping stylus can be adjusted to shorter or longer lengths for use with hand held devices such as a cell phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), global positioning system (GPS) unit, iPad, or iTouch. DIMENSION

Nexcom 300 (Models 300Vi & 300Ve) & Nextalk For Windows

The Nexcom 300, models 300vi and 300ve, are universal modems designed for "text telephone" use and includes support for TTY calls and standard modem ASCII calls for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing. The 300vi has an internal card modem and the 300ve has an external modem. The NexCom 300 features autodetection between standard modems, TTY's and Fax for incoming and outgoing calls. It allows standard modem and TTY call transfers, enabling a call to be put on hold and transferred to ano

Nintendo Joystick Module & Super Nintendo Joystick Module (Model 612, 612-8, 613, 613-8)

The Nintendo and Super Nintendo Joystick Module, models 612, 612-8, 613, 613-8, are modules with a built-in joystick that interfaces with the Nintendo and Super Nintendo Entertainment System for indivudals with physical disabilities. The modules feature top mounted push buttons for override of external capability switches actions (by teacher or therapist, for example). The module's large platform has 4 rubber suction cups to secure it to a table or counter.

No-Keys

No-Keys is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This computer software program displays a virtual keyboard on screen and enables the user to input text into any program using a mouse, track ball, or other similar pointing device. A scanning option is also available for those who are unable to manipulate a pointing device. Whatever keys are typed on the virtual keyboard are sent to the program selected by the user (word processor, E-mail

Nohands Mouse

The NoHands Mouse is a foot operated mouse designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and repetitive motion injuries. This mouse is completly foot operated and features two foot pedals, a 360-degree pressure-sensitive mechanism, and a heavy-duty injection molded plastic shell. The foot pedals are interchangeable; one is used to control cursor movement and the other functions as mouse clicks. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Windows, Windows95, OS/2, and Macintosh mouse drivers.

Nomouse (Model S169)

NoMouse, modle S169, is a mouse emulator program designed to use keystrokes to emulate the functions of the mouse in a Windows environment for individuals who have difficulty controlling a mouse. The program utilizes the four cursor keys to perform mouse functions. By using the cursor keys the user directs an oversize pointer anywhere on the computer screen. A configuration screen allows the user to adjust the program's settings including tracking speed and acceleration. The user can also design

Non-Skid Mouse Cushion

The Non-Skid Mouse Cushion is a wrist support for mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive strain injuries. This wrist support has a non-skid bottom that stays firmly in place while the user is working. The mouse cushion is filled with ergoBeads, which cushion and massage the wrist and forearm. It contours to any computer mouse and can also be used as a squeezable stress reliever. It is also freezable for extra cooling relief. COLOR: Black, gray, blue

Non-Slip Keyboard Mat

"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable people with upper extremity disabilities to use a computer keyboard. For an individual with upper extremity disabilities, the force applied during typing may cause the keyboard to move about and slide around the desk. This makes it difficult to hit the keys and entering information takes longer than necessary. Cut a piece of rubberized, mesh-style shelf liner slightly larger than the keyboard, lay it on the desk top, and put the keyboard on the mater

Notebook Style Keyboard (Model G84-4100)

The Notebook Style Keyboard, model G84-4100, is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It is a notebook size computer keyboard suitable for individuals with limited movement. OPTIONS: Versions with 83 keys or 86 keys (101-key or 104-key functionality), and AT, USB, or PS/2 interface. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 0.92 x 11.08 x 5.17 inches. COLOR: Black, beige, or gray.

Notesai

The Notesai is a modified keyboard designed for use by people with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, or spastic quadriplegia. Based on the Lomak keyboard (see separate entry), the Notesai is designed especially for people with head control. The keys are arranged in three circles with each key equidistant from the confirm key; however, in comparison to the Lomak the alphabetical keys are spaced further apart to accommodate tremors and in

Nu-Form Keyboard & Tru-Form Keyboard

The Nu-Form and Tru-Form Keyboards are expanded ergonomically-designed keyboards designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome and other disabilities of the hand and wrist. These keyboards feature built-in wrist supports, ergonomically-designed numeric keypads, and split keyboard layouts. The personal computer (PC) versions have an expanded 105-key layout with Windows keys; dual alt, shift, and control keys for right- and left-handed users; 12 function keys; and a split spacebar, w

Odor Menu

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a restaurant menu for individuals who are blind or have low vision to order food by providing the smells of the foods offered in place of pictures. The Odor Menu is an electronic menu enhanced with a braille menu and the smells of each dish offered on the menu. This small oval device has an electric active plastic screen that can display refreshable braille and a small vent near the bottom that can emit the odors of the dish currently di

Ohtsuki Bt-5000 Braille/print Printer

The Ohtsuki Printer is a dual braille / print printing system capable of producing parallel lines of braille and standard ink print for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The user sends the printer a grade 1 or grade 2 braille file via a computer's serial or parallel port, and the printer can print only standard ink print (dot matrix), only braille, or both types on alternate lines. The speed of printing is slightly lower when both types are used. Grade 2 braille can also be printed,

Omnifer

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of duel-purpose cover for the Apple iPad™ that doubles as a Braille reader for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Designed by Jayson D’Alessandro for the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDEA) Awards, The Omnifer is an innovative cover for the iPad that transforms the iPad’s touch screen into Braille. The Omnifer is a light-weight three-panel flip design cover that allows users to switch between Braille mode and standard

On-Command

On-Command is a programmable infrared remote keyboard and receiver that can be used to control a computer from a distance of up to 40 feet. On-Command consists of a portable transmitter with 28 programmable keys, a receiver which plugs into the serial port of the computer via a 6-foot cable, and software for programming the keypad. Each key on the keypad can be programmed to represent up to 15 keystrokes or key combinations for IBM computers running the DOS operating system (2.1 or higher) or an

One Monitor (Model One-1711 Tspc)

One Monitor, model one-1711 TSPC, is a computer with touch screen designed for use by individuals with cognitive or upper extremity disabilities. This Windows-based all-in-one unit incorporates a slot-loading optical drive, hard disk, card reader, speakers, and the direct current (DC) power supply within a five-wire resistive touch screen monitor. Features include a duel core 1.8 GigaHertz (GHz) processor, a 160 gigabyte (GB) hard drive, 2 GB DDR memory, up to 6 USB 2.0 ports, a slim CDRW/DVDROM

Oneway

OneWay is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive stress injuries, arthritis, or upper extremity or neurological disabilities. This software allows the user to position the mouse cursor through only side-to-side movements. The horizontal dimension of the curser is selected by moving a vertical bar across the screen. While the user moves the vertical bar from side to side, all up and down movements are thrown out, so he or she can c

Onscreen

OnScreen, formerly called My-T-Soft AT, is an on screen keyboard and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The program provides a virtual onscreen keyboard interface with a total of 206 U.S. and international keyboards, including a standard QWERTY layout, an alphabetic "ABC" keyboard, and Dvorak layouts. The edit panel and the numeric keypad are available as separate panels. The "heads-up" display enables the user to keep his or

Optimist Mmx-2 Dynamic Display Device (Models Mmx-2O, Mmx-2C, Mmx-2W, Mmx-2M, Mmx-2B & Mmx-2V)

The Optimist MMX-2 Dynamic Display Device, models MMX-2O, MMX-2C, MMX-2W, MMX-2M, MMX-2B and MMX-2V, is a direct selection and scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This portable device is available either preloaded with a choice of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) software packages and speech synthesizers or without software (model MMX-2O) so the user can add their favorites. Available packages include The Grid 2, Acapel

Optimist Mmx-3 Dynamic Display Device (Models Mmx-3O, Mmx-3C, Mmx-3W, Mmx-3M, Mmx-3B & Mmx-3V)

The Optimist MMX-3 Dynamic Display Device, models MMX-3O, MMX-3C, MMX-3W, MMX-3M, MMX-3B and MMX-3V, is a direct selection and scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This portable device is available either preloaded with a choice of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) software packages and speech synthesizers or without software (model MMX-3O) so the user can add their favorites. Available packages include The Grid 2, Acapel

Orbit Optical Trackball (Model K64327)

The Orbit Optical Trackball, model K64327, is a track ball designed for use by individuals with limited dexterity or grasping disabilities. This unit allows the user to control a cursor by touching a track ball with a finger or palm of the hand. The track ball is linked to an internal optical sensor which requires no cleaning. The unit has a button on either side so it is equally usable by left or right-handed individuals. It connects to a computer through a USB or PS/2 port. COMPATIBILITY: For

Orbit Trackball With Scroll Ring (Model K72337Us)

The Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring, model K72337US, is a track ball designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. This track ball enables the user to move the cursor with a fingertip. The track ball is encircled by a scroll ring that allows click-free scrolling through web pages and documents. The unit has an ambidextrous design that is equally accessible to left- or right-handed users. It connects to a computer through a USB port. COMPATIBILTY: Fo

Orcam

The OrCam is voice output navigation and orientation aid with voice input controls, optical character recognition (OCR) reading device, and voice output paper money identifier for people who are blind or have low vision and people with reading or memory disabilities. The OrCam consists of a small camera that can be attached to any standard pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses, a small but powerful computer that can be clipped to a belt or put into a pocket, and a bone conductive earpiece. The camera

Original Gobible

The Original GoBible is a recorded book and voice output recorded book player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This handheld, portable MP3 audio device is preloaded with an audio version of the entire Christian Bible, including both Old and New Testaments. All content, over 70 hours of audio, has been downloaded onto the unit. An interactive on-screen menu with voice output enables the user to scroll through the Old and New Testaments and select a book, chapter,

Orthomouse

The OrthoMouse is an ergonomic mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive strain injuries (RSI) of the hand. This mouse has an asymmetrical, semi-spherical shape that obligates the hand to work and rest in the Position of Function, in which all the musculoskeletal components of the fingers, hand, wrist and forearm exist in complete equilibrium. Extensive and repetitive work or periods of immobilization (rest/inactivity) are conducted in a position that

Ovation

Ovation is a voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Its flatbed scanner accommodates newspapers, books, and magazines. Documents are scanned, stored in files, and converted to audio output. Users can move through documents by page, paragraph, or sentence. Up to 500,000 pages can be stored, with up to 20 pages per individual file. File names can be recorded in the user's own voice. Playback features include fast forward, rewind, electronic b

Overlay Maker

Overlay Maker is a keytop overlay creator designed for use with IntelliKeys (see separate entry). Available for Macintosh ($69.95) or Windows ($99.95), this software program enables users to create their own customized overlay keyboard by drawing the overlay on the screen and designing key size, location, colors and pictures. Keys can be created in any shape or location with letters, phrases, pictures, mouse movements, mouse clicks, or special IntelliTool settings. Once the overlay is completed,

Pac Mate 20 Portable Braille Display

The Pac Mate 20 Portable Braille Display is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device has 20 refreshable display cells with 10 dual-purpose hot keys in the center for shortcuts to applications, and Freedom Scientific's exclusive Whiz Wheels for navigation by line, sentence, or paragraph through files, dialogs, lists, and menus. Dual cursor router buttons on the back row and buttons on the left and right enable panning forward and b

Pac Mate 40 Portable Braille Display

The Pac Mate 40 Portable Braille Display is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device has 40 refreshable display cells with 10 dual-purpose hot keys in the center for shortcuts to applications, and Freedom Scientific's Exclusive Whiz Wheels for navigation by line, sentence, or paragraph through files, dialogs, lists, and menus. Dual cursor router buttons on the back row and buttons on the left and right enable panning forward and b

Pac Mate Bns

The PAC Mate BNS is a personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This Pocket PC device has an eight-dot braille keyboard and utilizes JAWS for Windows (see separate entry) for braille and speech output. It provides access to Windows-based desktop data and software applications, and can run Pocket PC versions of popular software programs to manage information internally or to sync up and share data with other devices. With the addition of a

Pac Mate Omni (Models Bx400, Bx420, Bx440, Qx400, Qx420, And Qx440)

PAC Mate Omni is a personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This Pocket PC device is available Perkins-stle braille keys (model BX400), 20 braille cells (models BX420 and QX420), 40 braille cells (models BX440 and QX440) or a voice only unit with a standard QWERTY keyboard (model QX400) that utilizes JAWS for Windows (see separate entry) for speech output. All models use the Windows Mobile operating system. The QWERTY keyboard uses standa

Pac Mate Tns

PAC Mate TNS is a personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This Pocket PC device has an alphabetic keyboard and utilizes JAWS for Windows (see separate entry) for speech output. The alphabetic keyboard uses standard JAWS commands. The device provides access to everyday Windows-based desktop data and software applications, and can run Pocket PC versions of popular software programs to manage information internally or sync up and share data

Pace Adjustable Keyboard

The Pace Adjustable Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard splits a 101-style keyboard into two separate sections. The two sections can be rotated outward 45 degrees to eliminate the "cocked wrist" position, tilted upward in a tented position up to 30 degrees to eliminate pronation, or rocked away in a negative tilt up to 20 degrees to place the hands an

Paddle Panel

The Paddle Panel is a replacement for hand-held game paddle devices designed to allow better control as well as bilateral manipulation activities. Paddle Panel has two buttons and two knob controls, and plugs directly into the game I/O port on the back of the computer. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, IBM PC, and Atari computers.

Paint Box Snap And Paint Box Clear Keys

Paint Box Snap is a six-key alternative keyboard for Apple IIGS computers that is designed to work with the Adaptive Firmware Card (AFC, see separate entry). Each of the six large keys is a different color. The keyboard may be used with any program that requires use of one to six keys. Paint Box Snap ($110) requires an Apple IIGS keyboard and the AFC Model G32 or G32e. Paint Box Clear Keys, a set of clear plastic snap-on covers for the Paint Box Snap keys, into which pictures may be inserted, is

Palm Joystick Switch (Models 5153 & 5154)

The Palm Joystick Switch is a joystick designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities.This switch consists of a palm rest base with a large textured switch. Four connected devices are controlled by slight movement forward, backward, right, or left. POWER: Uses double-A batteries (not included). DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 9 x 4 x 3.5 inches. COLOR: Model 5153 has a black base with a silver switch and model 5154 has a blue base with a yellow switch.

Panelkey Dome Series Keyboards (Models Pkd-12,-16,-58,-84 & -101)

The Panelkey Dome Series keyboards, models PKD-12,-16,-58,-84 and -101, are IBM compatible flat panel keyboards for indiviudals with an upper extremity disability. They use a sealed, printed graphic overlay to replace keys and metal dome switch technology to replace key switches. Standard Features include: environmentally sealed keytop switch array; crisp snap-action breakover tactile feel for operator accuracy; embossed overlay for optimum comfort; standard PC keyboard layout. Model PKD-84 com

Parrott Jamaica Nx Headset

The Parrott Jamaica NX headset is a voice input computer terminal control interface designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This monaural headset has a USB pod connection (one way USB, microphone only), and can be used for speech recognition, voice command and control, and voice recordings. It includes a noise-cancelling microphone, Translator software from VXI to enhance microphone performance, and a left- or right-si

Parrott Talkpro Ct1

The Parrott TalkPro CT1 is a voice input computer control interface and telephone headset designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision or upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This monoaural speech recognition headset includes a computer/telephone switchbox, a Gentex microphone, and a pendant with Quick Disconnect, and is designed for users of computer audio applications who also work on the phone. The user can switch the headset microphone between computer and

Parrott Talkpro Ct2

The Parrott TalkPro CT2 is a voice input computer terminal control interface and telephone headset designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision or upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This binaural headset comes with a Gentex microphone, a computer/telephony switchbox, and a pendant with Quick Disconnect, and is designed for users of computer audio applications who also work on the phone. The user can switch the headset microphone between computer and telephon

Pc Switch Interface

The PC Switch Interface is a control input interface designed to permit switch control of a personal computer (PC). This plug-and-play unit plugs directly into any unused serial port and enables up to five switches to be connected. Four different configurations are available and can be accessed by pressing a function key. No software setup is required and the unit is compatible with any switch-ready program.

Pc Typer (Model D-57000-00)

PC Typer, model D-57000-00, is a computer instrustion program designed to enhance confidence at a computer keyboard for individuals who are visually diabled. It reinforces mastery of the main characters on the PC keyboard through: Keyboard Drills, prepared fingering drills to increase speed and accuracy; Hurry Scurry, a game for additional keyboarding practice; Open Typing, which offers a blank screen for typing; and Learn the Keyboard, which announces keys pressed to help students learn the key

Penfriend Na

Penfriend NA is a word prediction and abbreviation expansion program designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, and learning disabilities. This voice output utility program can be used with almost any word processor program. Every time the user types a letter or letters, the program provides a list of the most likely words which fit those letters. The list appears in a new window, with user-selectable text and background colors. The user picks one of these words by pressin

Penfriend Xl-Na Portable Usb Stick

The Penfriend XL-NA Portable USB Stick is an accessibility software module holding a word prediction, abbreviation expansion, screen reader, and on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with dyslexia, low vision, or upper extremity or other physical disabilities. This unit provides the literacy support features of Penfriend XL-NA for use on an unlimited number of computers, one at time. It requires no installation and can be taken between classrooms, work sites, and other locat

Penny & Giles Rollerball Light

The Penny & Giles Rollerball Light is a track ball designed to provide computer access for individuals with fine motor disabilities. This device features a large, easy-to-roll ball, removable fingerplates to aid in locating buttons, and separate buttons for mouse clicks and drag. A red light indicates that the drag function is in use. When pressure is released, the cursor does not drift off screen. COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use on Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. D

Perfit Mouse Optical And Classic Plus (Models Pmo & Pmo5)

The Perfit Mouse Optical, model PMO, and Classic Plus, model PMO5, is a mouse designed for use by people with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. Intended to allow maximum muscle and tendon variation during point and click operations, the both models feature sculpted elevated buttons designed to enable the hand to remain open with the fingers extended in a ready position for quick button activation and to reduce excessive load on the fingertips. The buttons can be programmed to perform s

Picture Cue Dictionary Intellikeys Bundle

The Picture Cue Dictionary Intellikeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the five software dictionary sets included in the Picture Cue Dictionary (see separate entry) from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREME

Planning And Execution Assistant Trainer (Peat)

The Planning and Execution Assistant Trainer (PEAT) is a cognitive aid designed for use by individuals with brain injury or cognitive or memory disabilities. This handheld computer system provides customized cueing and scheduling and offers flexibility in handling schedule changes. The system's Activity Model describes the user's activites. Different types of user activities that can be defined in PEAT include: Standard tasks (tasks with fixed start times); To Do tasks (scheduled for specific da

Plate Embossing Device (Model Ped-30)

The Plate Embossing Device, model PED-30, is a Braille printer that embosses Interpoint Braille on zinc plates used for press Braille production. These templates are ideal whenever 50 or more copies of a book, document, etc. are required. This machine embosses 45 zinc plates per hour. The machine is available in USA and European Braille standards. CPS: 40 characters per second. POWER: 120 volt AC, 30 amperes maximum 60 hz. DIMENSIONS (WxLxH): 35 x 53 x 59 inches. WEIGHT: 900 pounds.

Plextalk Cd/sd/online Player (Model Ptx1)

The PLEXTALK CD/SD/Online Player, model PTX1, is a digital talking book player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device plays digital talking books from CDs, SD cards, USB flash drives or online (LAN or WIFI) using its voice synthesizer. Playable formats include DAISY 2.02, ANSI/NISO Z39.86/DAISY 3.0, audio files (MP3, WMA, AMR-WB+, Ogg Vorbis, Wave (PCM)), and text/HTML contents by embedded text-to-speech engine (TTS). The user can listen with the built-in sp

Plextalk Daisy Player (Model Ptn2)

The PLEXTALK Daisy Player, model PTN2, is a digital talking book player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device features DAISY structure navigation-levels, bookmarks and headings. The unit plays music, voice, book CDs, and MP3 CDs from multiple formats including DAISY 2.02, ANSI/NISO and DAISY 3.0 along with content from PDTB2, NLS, RFB&D, Bookshare.org, and Read How You Want. Content can also be read from USB 2.0 media. Text is supported from Microsoft.d

Plextalk Linio

The PLEXTALK Linio is is a digital talking book player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device features DAISY structure navigation-levels, bookmarks and headings. The unit plays music, voice, book CDs, and MP3 CDs from multiple formats including DAISY 2.02, ANSI/NISO and DAISY 3.0. Text is supported from Microsoft .doc, HTML, plain text or DAISY text files. The Linio has 2 gigabytes (GB) internal flash memory and a LAN connection port. It reads media from CDs

Pnc Memo

PnC Memo is a voice output and large print word processor program designed for use by individuals with low vision. Users can write letters, memos, and other documents while viewing them in large print characters. Each letter and word is spoken when typed. The program includes a built-in spelling checker that can correct misspellings automatically, or allow the user to choose from a "Pick n Click" list of additional suggested words or type in a correction.

Point It

Point It is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. This USB joystick allows smooth proportional control of all mouse functions, including left click, double click, right click, drag and drop, and latching. The force required to activate the joystick is 9 ounces. The unit also has external switch jacks for users who require a larger target area for the left and right click. The unit comes with TypeMatic, an on screen keyboard progr

Point-N-Click Virtual Mouse

The Point-N-Click Virtual Mouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or disabilities of the fingers and hand. This virtual on-screen mouse is intended for use by individuals who can move a mouse, track ball, or other pointing device, but is unable to click buttons to perform mouse functions. Combined with a virtual on-screen keyboard, this mouse emulator provides the user with access to most Windows-based programs and DOS -based programs that can run w

Pointer

The Pointer is a stylus for tablet computers and touch screens designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This telescoping stylus is light and super conductive, with a tip that requires no pressure. When extended, it can be used on tablet computers or any other large screen device, and it can be used on a cell phone when collapsed. It can also be used as a pointer. DIMENSIONS: 7 to 15 inches long. The diameter of the handle is 0.375 inches. WEIGHT: 0.4 ounces.

Polyandro-7 With Persona For Android

The PolyAndro-7 with Persona for Android is a voice output tablet computer with a direct selection and text-to-speech communicator program designed to be used by people with communication and speech disabilities as an augmentative and alternative communication device. The PolyAndro-7 is an adapted Google Nexus 6 tablet computer with 16 or 32 gigabytes (GB) of memory, a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 1 GB RAM and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). It comes with a neck strap, Bluetooth speaker and

Porta-Thiel

The Porta-Thiel is a lightweight, portable Braille printer designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Porta-Thiel prints on single sheets, continuous forms, plastic, and magazine sheets. It does not use a tractor feeder device to control paper feed. A built-in speech synthesizer informs the user when the unit is out of paper, and data are not lost during the paper resupply process. Dots can be adjusted to any paper weight. This printer embosses six- and eight-dot Braille,

Portable Braille Computer Terminal Or Braille Word Processor.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Single handed braille keyboard and two-dimensional display in a portable unit which allows users to type and proofread at the same time. Describes prototype device and how it is used. COMMENTS: Device designed by Peter Wung, Summer Design Inc., 73 North Street, Suite 15, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201. Not in production (4/2/87). Received the 1985 Industrial Design Excellence Award from the Industrial Design Society of America. AUTHOR: Wung, P TITLE:

Power Chord Braille Keyboard

The Power Chord Braille Keyboard is a braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It enables students to practice their braille writing skills by entering the answers to the SAL2 writing exercises on an electronic braille keyboard. This unit can be used to complete writing exercises set by the SAL2 virtual tutor (see separate entry). The student receives immediate feedback from SAL2 as to the accuracy of their writing and they experience the feel of using a

Prc Wobble Switch (Model Ws-1)

The PRC Wobble Switch, model WS-1, is a pressure-sensitive joystick single switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The switch is activated by pushing against a lever. The lever has a built-in spring and can be pushed in any direction for activation by gross movements. The switch is equipped with a threaded hole for mounting. WEIGHT: 1.8 ounces.

Prestobraille Signmaker

The PrestoBraille Signmaker is a braille printer designed to produce Braille books and other documents at high speeds for individuals who are blind. This printer in particular is ideal for large signmakers who need Braille in the shortest form possible, but stamped through very thick materials. The industrial-strength signmaker is powered by compressed air. The message can be up to 30 characters long in the standard Library of Congress template and up to 24 characters long in the optional Califo

Programmable Foot Switch

The Programmable Foot Switch is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This programmable switch enables mouse or keyboard functions to be performed with a foot. Keyboard functions such as shift, enter or space can be remapped to and entered by one of the three foot pedals. Each pedal can also be programmed to perform macros or key sequences up to 13 characters in length. Included with the switch is Windows software which enables the unit to perform left, right, or cen

Pronto! 18

The Pronto! 18 is a braille notetaker and voice output electronic organizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It has an 18-cell braille display with integrated cursor routing keys located left and right of the display; alternatively, a navistick (mini-joystick) can be used to place the cursor. The Pronto! 18 includes an eight-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes, and it provides natural speech output in addition to the braille display. It can be us

Proportional Keystroke Scanner

The Proportional Keystroke Scanner is an input device that plugs directly into an electric typewriter for simple communication and text editing, or can be used with a personal computer or terminal for more sophisticated tasks. Keystrokes are generated by manipulating a small display via small pressures generated using a sip and puff mouthpiece. It is operated by scanning characters at a rate that is proportional to user applied vacuum. The system consists of a display module with all the charact

Pupilmouse

PupilMouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities, neurological disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This mouse emulator enables the user to move a computer cursor by head movement, and to click or drag by winking. Either eye can be used for click and drag, and glasses can be worn. To use the device, a camera is directed to the face of the user; no settings are necessary. The device can also be operated through other switches.

Puzzle Keyboard

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a computer keyboard with keys that can be arranged according to the user's preferences allowing greater flexibility in using a keyboard for people with upper extremity disabilities or the use of only one hand. The Puzzle Keyboard is composed of keys that can all be separated and rearranged so that it is infinitely adaptable to the design and layout required by each user. Keyboard layouts can be angled for better ergonomics and wrist posi

Quadjoy

Quadjoy is a mouthstick input interface designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia and other upper extremity disabilities. This four-button mouse replacement is controlled with the mouth or chin. The mouse pointer moves in the direction corresponding to the mouthstick movement, and the speed of the pointer can be adjusted by the user. Button activation can be activated with the built-in sip-and-puff switch, a connected external switch (not included), or manually with the actual joystick b

Quadmouse Mouth, Chin Or Tongue Mouse Controller

The QuadMouse is a chin, lip, or tongue switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, upper extremity amputation, or spinal cord injury. This switch allows access to a computer or other device with a 0.25-inch movement of chin, lips, or tongue. It connects to a device using a USB port. The QuadMouse allows the user to move the pointer and click, double click and right click using the built-in secondary joystick or the included ClickAssist software. It

Qualieye & Qualieye Lite

QualiEye is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This program provides a hands-free mouse alternative, enabling users to move the cursor using body movements and give commands using gestures. The program converts head or finger movements into on-screen cursor movements in real time by processing the images of a standard USB camera (not included). The program provides precise cursor control without r

Qualikey

QualiKey is an on-screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This virtual keyboard enables users to type data directly into Windows applications, run and close applications, manage tasks, manage the start menu and shut down the computer, check on-line help and more. This progran can be fully customized to maximize and speed up the user's ability to input commands and text. QualiSet for QualiKey (included) en

Qualiworld Basic

QualiWorld Basic is a software platform including mouse emulator programs, a computer configuration utility, and a single switch keyboard modification program designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or upper extremity disabilities. The software platform includes QualiSet, QualiEye (see entry), Radar Mouse, XY Mouse, Sirectional Mouse, AutoScan, ManualScan, and AutoClick. The package is multilingual (English, Spanish, German, French, and Italian) an

Quicktionary Ii

The Quicktionary II is a hand-held scanner designed for individuals with reading disabilities or low vision. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan words or a line of text in another language and see and hear them pronounced and translated wherever needed. This pen-style scanner can be set for right- or left-handed use and recognizes more than 300,000 words and phrases. Words, their translations, and definitions are displayed on the scanner in a large font and can b

Quicktionary Ii Multi

The Quicktionary II Multi is a hand-held scanner designed for use by individuals with reading disabilities or low vision. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan words or a line of text in French or Spanish and see and hear them pronounced and translated wherever needed. This scanner can be set for right- or left-handed use and recognizes more than 300,000 words and phrases. Words, their translations, and definitions are displayed on the scanner in a large font and c

R/s Iii Series Wireless Link

The R/S III Series Wireless Link is a system that transmits speech from a remote location to the voice input module of a computer. The user speaks into a microphone connected to a portable transmitter unit, and this transmitter sends the signal via radio wave to a stationary receiver unit connected directly to a computer's voice input module. The R/S III Series can also be equipped with input circuitry to accept audio signals sent back from the computer's voice input module. The R/S III Series W

Reach Interface Author

The REACH Interface Author is an on-screen keyboard, word prediction, and software authoring program designed to increase computer accessibility for people with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. REACH includes a variety of on-screen keyboards; word prediction with four vocabulary settings from 7,000 to 45,000 words, as well as customizable user dictionaries; two built-in augmentative communication systems, including one with a system of more than 120 "speech

Reach Scan Plus

REACH Scan Plus is an on-screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities who use scanning programming. REACH Scan Plus is a software bundle that includes the REACH Interface Author (see separate entry), the Smart Keys and Smart Lists add-ons for REACH (see entries for REACH with Smart Keys and REACH with Smart Lists), and ScanBuddy mouse emulator (see separate entry). This bundle enables individuals using switch scanning input because

Reach Sound-It-Out Keyboard Pack

The REACH Sound-It-Out Keyboard Pack is an on-screen keyboard and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, learning, or severe physical disabilities. This program enables the user to type phonetically. This software enables the user to find and type the desired word by selecting the sounds in that word (e.g., the phonemes) rather than the letters in that word. For example, the user points at the "ch" key and it says "ch ... chair" on the kid's phonetic keybo

Readerboard

The ReaderBoard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. This keyboard has larger keytop labels than standard keyboards. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers and Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: IBM and compatible computers require Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, or Vista. Macintosh requires OS 10.1.5 or higher. Both systems require a USB port; a PS/2 adapter is included. DIMENSIONS: 18 x .75 x 6.75 inches. WARRANTY: Limited lifetime war

Readingpen2

The ReadingPen2 is a hand-held scanner designed for individuals with reading disabilities. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner is adjustable for right-or left-handed use and enables the user to scan words or a full line of text and see and hear them pronounced wherever needed. A history of the last 80 words scanned is retained. The unit recognizes six to 22 point text, bold, italics, underlining, inverted text, and text from left-to-right or from right-to-left. Individual units include m

Redlite

Optical pointer produces a focused red target pattern on a wall or any object within three feet of the user. Consists of pointer assembly 3 1/ 2 inches long and 5/8 inch in diameter, elastic handband for mounting the light, and battery pack and cable. Weighs less than a single AA battery. Operates for over 200 hours on two C alkaline cells. Mounts on a cap or on a pair of glasses. PVC construction with solid state optical element.

Refreshabraille 18

Refreshabraille 18™ is designed for individuals with low vision. Refreshabraille 18™ is a handheld refreshable braille display and braille keyboard for the Braille+™ Mobile Manager and other mobile devices such as notebooks, mobile phones, and PDAs. It connects to your mobile device via USB cable or wireless Bluetooth®. Supports common screen readers like Window-Eyes®, NVDA, System Access, and JAWS® for the PC; VoiceOver for the Mac®, iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch; and Talks® and Mobile Speak® fo

Remedease Combination Wrist Rest (Model 2123Bl)

The Remedease Combination Wrist Rest, model 2123BL, is a keyboard and mouse wrist support designed for use while working on a computer. This unit is designed to sit on the desktop, and a mouse and a standard 19-inch keyboard are placed on top on top of it. The wrist rest along the front of this product is covered in a soft suede nylon fabric with no seams to chafe the user's wrists. It supports both right and left mousing. The unit's foam bottom protects the desk's surface and prevents slipping

Restman 1

RestMan 1 is a desk- and chair-attachable computer arm support designed to prevent repetitive strain injury while using a computer mouse for extended periods. Designed for use in home or office settings, the unit has a surface that forms a single continuous plane to support the forearm and reduce localized pressure on the wrist as well as strain to the muscles and tendons in the neck, arms, and shoulders. The surface pad also functions as a mouse pad. The unit has a double attachment system that

Retractable Keyboard Holder With Platform

The Retractable Keyboard Holder with Platform is a keyboard tray designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This platform installs under the front edge of the desk or in diagonal corners and slides in and out on ball bearing glides. The ComboPlatform is a straight combination keyboard/mouse platform with palm support. The ComboPlatform with Slide combines the keyboard platform with palm support with a generous slide out mouse tray for right- or left-handed use. The revers

Ringbow

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a computer mouse alternative for individuals with fine motor disabilities and other disabilities the restrict the use of the hand. The Ringbow is a ring worn on the user’s finger that operates as a mouse letting the user control the touch functions for a touchscreen computer. The Ringbow works with the touchscreen electronic tablet technology allowing the device to know which finger is touching the display. With the Ringbow on, the user

Roll-Up Keyboard

---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create an inexpensive roll-up keyboard for an individual with disabilities. Using a screwdriver deconstruct a USB keyboard, removing the keyboard’s membrane switch pad and control board. The membrane consists of three separate layers tacked together. Using the rubber pad, plate nuts and bolts reassemble the membrane to the control board, making sure that the traces of the membrane line up with the traces on the control board. If the keyboard had a

Roller Ii Joystick

The Roller II Joystick is a joystick designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It has three buttons and three switch ports with matched color coding. It has a USB connector with a PS2 adapter. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible and Apple Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: USB or PS2 port.

Roller Ii Trackball

The Roller II Trackball is a track ball designed for use byindividuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. It has colored buttons to make it easier for the user to identify and select the correct button to press. It has three switch ports for attaching switches to replace the buttons. The switch sockets are color coded. A keyguard prevents inadvertent button presses. The keyguard is easily removed if not needed. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers and Apple Mac

Roller Mouse Free

The Roller Mouse Free is a mouse designed for use by individuals with repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome or tendonitis. The unit fits immediately adjacent to the keyboard or laptop, which places the mousing controls just a few inches below the home keys, keeping the user's hands within a small work area and eliminating large reaching motions as the user's elbows remain by the user's side. The unit is controlled with an unflexed hand, so there is no need to clutch, grasp, o

Rollerball With Fingerplate

The Roller Ball with Fingerplate is a track ball designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with fine motor and other upper extrmity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click and drag and the cursor remains in position when the ball is released. A flashing light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a fingerplate that isolates each button and the roller ball for better control. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for use on Macintosh

Rollermouse Classic

The RollerMouse Classic is a mouse emulator designed for people with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The RollerMouse Classic features a cylindrical rollerbar, three buttons and a scroll wheel to perform all of the functions of a standard mouse. The rubber-coated steel rollerbar rotates to move the mouse pointer vertically, and it slides horizontally to move the mouse pointer in the same direction. The rollerbar can be clicked, and the click force for the rollerbar is adjustable. The

Rollermouse Pro

The RollerMouse PRO is a mouse emulator designed for use by people with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The RollerMouse PRO features a cylindrical rollerbar, five buttons, and a scroll wheel to perform all of the functions of a standard mouse. The rubber-coated steel rollerbar rotates to move the mouse pointer vertically, and it slides horizontally to move the mouse pointer in the same direction. There are two narrow buttons immediately below the rollerbar that function as the left

Romeo 25

The Romeo 25 is a braille printer designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Romeo 25 is a rugged basic embosser suitable for student, personal, or home office use. It produces a 40-character line of Library of Congress Braille at 25 characters per second. Standard features on Romeo 25 include Dynamic Braille Scaling and a choice of resolution settings for graphics. Dynamic Braille Scaling allows the user to change Braille sizes, even within a document, from Library of Congre

Romeo Pro 50

The Romeo Pro 50 is a Braille printer designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The Romeo Pro 50 looks like the Romeo 25 (see separate entry), but has aditional features and prints twice as fast. The Romeo Pro 50 prints single-sided braille at a rate of 50 characters per second, versus 25 for the Romeo 25. Standard features include ET Speaks, a fast and flexible speech system that comes up automatically and echoes commands as they are entered on the printer's keypad. The unit

Safe-Laser System (Model Sls-100)

The Safe-laser System, model SLS-100, is an optical pointer and keyboard designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, stroke, or spinal cord injury. The system includes the Safe-laser Keyboard, the uPoint safe-laser, a headband for wearing the laser, USB and audio cables, configuration software, and a charger. The specialized keyboard enables a person to access a computer through head movement when the laser is worn on the head. The laser can also allow the

Safetynet

SafetyNet is an emergency alert system and cognitive aid designed for people who have cognitive or developmental disabilities. The SafetyNet system consists of a base station and server; three electric current flow detection modules; three water flow detection modules; three open/closed sensors; and a wireless handheld personal digital assistant (PDA), which uses the Microsoft Pocket PC operating system. The electric current flow detection modules are placed in locations where they can detect

Safetype Keyboard

The Safetype Keyboard is an ergonomic modified keyboard designed to help prevent repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. To use this vertical keyboard, the user places his or her hands in a handshake position with palms facing each other, with the index fingers on the standard home keys. The keyboard has a standard key layout, allowing the user to touch type. For users who do not touch type, adjustable mirrors enable the user to see the keys while typing. The lettering on the

Sam (Switch-Adapted Mouse) Trackball & Sam (Switch-Adapted Mouse) Joystick

SAM Joystick and SAM track ball are designed to provide adapted computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These modified pointing devices are designed for both "Adaptive" and "Non-Adaptive" software applications under Windows. The switch is a substitute for the track ball or joystick and can be operated with various parts of the body , such as hands, feet, knees, elbows, head, etc. These SAM devices serve three purposes: First, they function as switch interfaces for sp

Sara Scanning And Reading Appliance

Sara (Scanning and Reading Appliance) is a voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Printed material placed on the scanning area is scanned and then read aloud in a variety of user-selectable voices. Users can pause, fast forward, rewind, or have words spelled out, and the device can be connected to a computer monitor to display the text in large print. The device also plays the audio elements of DAISY formatted digital talking books, and com

Savant Elite Foot Switches

Savant Elite Foot Switches is a family of programmable USB foot switches designed for use by individuals with limited use of the upper extremities to access computer programs. The Savant Elite Foot Switches are available in single, dual, and triple foot switch configurations. It connects to virtually any computer with an available USB port.

Scanbuddy

ScanBuddy is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, severe physical disabilities, or spinal cord injuries. This program enables people using a switch scanning input method to perform mouse functions (click, double click, drag, right-button click, right-button double click, right-button drag, scroll, Shift Key + either button, Control Key + either button, and pulse click) anywhere on the display. ScanBuddy is designed to work with the REACH In

Scannar

ScannaR (Scan and Read) is a scanner and voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This compact flat bed scanner automatically scans text and reads it aloud. Users can control speed and volume of speech by turning a dial. All functions are performed using seven buttons with tactile markings. In addition to reading printed materials aloud, the machine can store up to 500,000 pages of text, and can be used to capture print materials for the Brai

Screendoors 2000

Screendoors 2000 is an on screen keyboard, abbreviation expansion, and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The program offers the choice of a standard QWERTY keyboard, an alphabetical keyboard, and a frequency of use keyboard. The word prediction feature enables the user to type a few letters and the program provides a list of words beginning with those letters. The abbreviation expansion feature enables the user to type an abbreviation, and

Senior Mouse

The Senior Mouse is a mouse designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, arthritis, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and carpal tunnel syndrome. This device is designed to assist people who have difficulty using or are unable to use a standard mouse. The device supports the entire hand and is shaped to fit the curvature of the hand, ensuring a secure grip and counterbalancing trembling so uncontrollable movements do not affec

Show Me Spelling Intellikeys Bundle

Show Me Spelling Intellikeys Bundle is a spelling tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the Show Me Spelling software from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. The program enables students to learn to spell up to 500 words independently. Custom spelling lists can be created or one of the pre-selected lists may be used.

Siafu Pc For The Blind

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an computer display and keyboard for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Siafu is a tactile computer display that combines the standard braille display with a new screen that can present text, braille or graphics in three-dimensional relief. The tactile screen's surface utilizes a conceptual material called Magneclay, an oil-based synthetic agent that has the ability to reshape itself into any shape via a controlled electromagn

Simcheong Braille Printer And Scanner

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a scanner/printer that can scan and print documents in Braille for individuals who have low vision or are blind. The SimCheong Printer and Scanner is the result of a Korean fairy tale about a young girl and her blind father and how her sacrifices during her life result in her father's eyes being opened and his ability to see. This printer/scanner sounds like a fairy tale in of itself. This device is a compact printer and scanner that ca

Simple Joystick

The Simple Joystick is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities who have difficulty using a standard mouse. This unit is a combination of a basic USB joystick with Joystick to Mouse software from Innovation Management Group. It enables the user to point and click in any Windows application just like a mouse, and can be programmed to remember up to four joystick button assignments including mouse functions, text, or macros automatic

Simplyworks

The SimplyWorks Switch 125 is a low profile, large diameter wireless switch that can be used with any of the SimplyWorks receivers to give switch, mouse or keyboard functions. The large diameter of the SimplyWorks Switch 125 measures 4.9 inches in diameter and is designed so that the switch will operate across the whole area, with minimal operating force. POWER: Wireless receiver. DIMENSIONS: 4.9 inches diameter. COLOR: Red, yellow, green or blue. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacture

Sixpack Switch

The SixPack is a touch switch designed for use by people with fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The SixPack has a grid of 6 built-in pressure switches, each measuring 2 x 1.75 inches, arranged in 2 rows of 3 switches each. Each pressure switch requires 1.25 ounces of force to be activated. The SixPack can function as an adapted mouse through a computer switch interface, or it can act as six compact external switches to activate a communication aid. The Si

Slimblade Trackball (Model K72327Us)

The SlimBlade Trackball, model K72327US, is a track ball desinged for use by individuals with limited dexterity. This unit has three user-selectable modes: (1) navigation mode controls the cursor and scrolling; (2) media mode controls volume, play/pause, stop, and track forward/backward in music and other media; and (3) view mode zooms in/out and pans in pictures and documents. In all functional modes, the user controls the functions by moving the ball with the fingertips or palm. The unit conne

Smarspeaker For Alphasmart (Model Ss200)

SmartSpeaker is an add-on speech synthesizer for use with the AlphaSmart 2000 or 3000 (sold separately) designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. Based on DECtalk, SmartSpeaker offers high-quality speech synthesis with nine voices. The user can directly type in messages to be spoken or select a phrase from commonly used phrases that the user has stored on the AlphaSmart. This device speaks the selected word or sentence, the selected paragraph, or the entire file

Smart Board 885Ix Interactive Whiteboard System

The SMART Board 885ix Interactive Whiteboard System is a touch screen designed for use by children with learning, cognitive, developmental, fine motor, hearing or upper extremity disabilities. It projects a computer display on a large white borad and enables one or two users to instantly and easily interact with the display's content using their fingers or a pen as a mouse. The integrated system combines an interactive whiteboard with an ultra-short-throw projector for minimal shadows and glare.

Smart Keys For Reach Interface Author

Smart Keys for REACH Interface Author is an on-screen keyboard and word prediction program designed to increase computer accessibility for people with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This program is an add-on for the REACH Interface Author (see separate entry). The REACH program offers word prediction, while Smart Keys offers subsequent letter prediction. For example, when the user starts typing the word "lucky" by selecting the letter "l" on the REACH keyb

Smart Lists For Reach Interface Author

Smart Lists for REACH Interface Author is a word prediction program designed for use by individuals with learning, fine motor, or severe physical disabilities. This program is an add-on for the REACH Interface Author (see separate entry). With Smart Lists, when the user starts typing a word such as "lucky" by selecting the letter "L" on the REACH keyboard, the "L" key opens up showing a list of options including the "root" letter (i.e., the letter "l" in this example) plus any possible extension

Smart Response Le

The SMART Response LE is a wireless student response system and test interpretation and report program designed for use by children with communication, learning, speech or fine motor disabilities. This system features wireless remotes with large LCD screens, big buttons and a range of up to 100 feet; a receiver that connects to a computer using a USB connection and can either be mounted on a wall or placed on a desk; and assessment software that integrates with SMART Notebook collaborative learn

Smart Table

The SMART Table interactive learning center is a touch screen and educational aid designed for use by children with learning, cognitive, fine motor or developmental disabilities. This multitouch, multiuser system is designed to encourage collaboration, consensus building and problem solving. The SMART Table is large touch screen mounted on a cabinet so it lays flat horizontally at a height that makes it easily viewed and used by children. It is intended to provide students with a gathering place

Smartclick

SmartClick is a mouse emulator program designed to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities to perform mouse button functions. This utility program enables users who can utilize a pointing device but not click buttons, or who can click only one button or switch, to perform mouse button functions. The program utilizes a dwell principle to enable users to select the desired mouse function (e.g., double click, drag, etc.) from a floating toolbar that is accessible within any program. Th

Smartclick (Model 12501)

SmartClick, model 12501, is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This program enables users who can operate a pointing device (mouse, trackball, serial joystick, headmouse, single switch, etc), but cannot click the pointing device buttons, to perform mouse clicks by dwelling on or hovering over icons on an on-screen palette. Functions include double-clicks, right-clicks, drags, and keyboard options. Other features that can be o

Smartnav 4 At

The SmartNav 4 AT is a hands-free mouse desinged for use by individuals with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), spinal cord injury (SCI), muscular dystrophy, or other neurological or upper extremity disabilities. This unit enables the user to control a computer with head motions or through voice clicking. Moving the head less than a quarter inch maneuvers the cursor across the entire screen. The user can left click, double click, drag, right click, and more through a dwell clicking toolbar, an

Smoothie 125 Switch

The Smoothie 125 is a low profile, 125mm diameter switch, meant for more comfortable switching. The Smoothie 125 switches are designed so that the switch will operate across the whole area, with minimal operating force and provide tactile feedback. POWER: Examples: USB/Power cord. COLOR: Red, yellow, green or blue. DIMENSIONS: 4.9 inches diameter. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Snap-On Keyguards

Snap-On Keyguards are keyguards designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. Designed for use with Key Largo or Discover:Board (sold separately; see entries), these clear, snap-on guards are available in 128-key, 64-key, or 32-key configurations (sold separately). The guards enable the user to keep his/her fingers positioned over the appropriate keys while making a selection and to rest his or her hands on the keyboard during use.

Sniff Controller

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a sniff controller for individuals with paralytis and disabilities ranging from quadriplegia to “locked-in-syndrome.” Individuals who are paralyzed from the neck down may be able to guide their movements by sniffing into tubes. The nerve regions that receives signals from the roof the mouth/soft palate that control the ability to sniff are often unaffected by paralytic injuries and disorders. The scientists at the Weizmann Institute of S

Softspot Proline Keyboard Wrist Support (Model 90208)

The SoftSpot Proline Keyboard Wrist Support, model 90208, is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. Intended to reduce strain on the wrists and forearms while working at a computer, the removable keyboard pad can be rotated, reversing its form fitting contours for ergonomic positioning. The unit's Therasoft material distributes weight, eliminates pressure points, and improves circulation. The surface is non-abrasive, durable, and anti-static. The un

Softspot Proline Mouse Pad Wrist Support (Model 90108)

The SoftSpot Proline Mouse Pad Wrist Support, model 90108, is a mouse wrist support and hand exerciser designed for use by individuals with repetitive strain or carpal tunnel syndrome. The pad cushions and supports the user's wrist, reducing stress on the wrist and forearm. Therasoft polyurethan foam distributes weight to eliminate pressure points and improve circulation. The surface is non-abrasive, durable, and anti-static. The cushion is removable for stretching and strengthening exercises. A

Softstep Keyworx

SoftStep KeyWorx is a foot operated mouse and keyboard system designed to allow computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or carpal tunnel syndrome, or to reduce the risk of repetitive strain injury. This is a hardware and software bundle that translates up/down and left/right foot movements into control values, enabling the user to control the cursor, enter text, select programs, bring a browser window forward, scroll through folders and open documents, send out keystrok

Softype 4.2 & Softype 4.5 For International Keyboards

SofType is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by people with upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This graphical keyboard program provides access to Microsoft Windows applications and works with any mouse or mouse emulator, such as the HeadMouse or HeadMouse for Portables (not included; see separate entries). The software includes a variety of features including word prediction, which enables the user to select a word from the included

Sound Activated Switch (Model 1051)

The Sound Activated Switch, model 1051, is a voice input control switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This ultra-sensitive switch responds to a whisper or a loud clap. The sound threshold level to which the switch will respond can be set for the user, as can the length of time the switch will stay on after the initial activation. In the latching mode, the first sound will activate a switch closure and the second will d

Sound Blaster

Sound Blaster is a speech synthesizer designed for use by individuals with visual, aural, speech, cognitive, or physical disabilities. The stereo recording and playback features enable CD-quality sound for a variety of applications, such as educational software. Speakers are not included with the sound card. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: 386 or higher processor; 16 bit slot; minimum 2 MB RAM; MS-DOS 5.0 or higher; EGA or VGA (recommended); speaker

Sounds Like - Spell, Write!

"Sounds Like" - Spell, Write! is an on-screen keyboard with word prediction designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. The on-screen keyboard has three types of of functions, all controlled by pointing and clicking a mouse: (1) a phonetic keyboard for finding and typing words by reporting how those words sound; (2) a standard keyboard; (3) a numbers and functions keyboard for typing numbers and other characters and functions. OPTIONS: Smart Keys add-on and Smart Lists add-on. CO

Speak4Use

Speak4Use is an environmental control system and voice input and environmental control program designed for people who are blind or have low vision or who have mobility disabilities. It is designed to provide wireless voice control of a person's computer as well as environmental, communications and entertainment systems that are connected to the computer. After installing the Speak4Use (S4U) software on a computer, the user adds the S4U Environment Controller (included) which provides the voice

Speaking Language Master (Model Lm-6000)

The Speaking Language Master is a voice output dictionary designed to enhance language and vocabulary skills for individuals with a cognitive disability or speech impairment, or who are blind or have low vision. The system provides auditory feedback by pronouncing over 110,000 words as many times as you wish. It includes an complete and comprehensive dictionary and thesaurus. It features spelling correction, classification of word families topically, and on-screen grammar assistance. There are a

Speaqualizer

Speaqualizer is a hardware-based system that provides voice output of information appearing on the computer screen of IBM PC or PS/2 Model 30/286 computers. The Speaqualizer is "transparent," providing voice output for any software that sends character data to the screen and uses the operating system cursor. The Speaqualizer system consists of three parts: an internal circuit card for the computer, a control box, and a connecting cable. A keyboard on the control box is used to control what secti

Ss-Access!

The SS-ACCESS! is a single switch keyboard modification program designed for individuals with little or no hand mobility or strength. Simply plug the interface cable into the PC's serial port, plug the switch into the interface, run the support software and run the single switch software. A user-defined keyboard character is sent to the single switch application each time the user presses the switch. The package includes the switch interface, the support software, SS-DEMO game and an easy to fol

Standard And Custom Keyguards For Intellikeys

The Standard and Custom Keyguards are keyguards designed to be used with IntelliKeys (see separate entry) for children with physical disabilities. The keyguards are designed to help the user make accurate choices by preventing unintentional keystrokes and providing stability for the user. The Standard Keyguards are made of clear acrylic and are available for each of the standard Intellikeys overlays ( Alphabet, Numbers, Arrows, Basic Writing, Apple QWERTY, and IBM QWERTY). To use the keyguard, t

Storytime Just For Fun Intellikeys Bundle

The Storytime Just for Fun IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by young children with cognitive, physical, or communication disabilities. Designed for use with IntelliKeys by IntelliTools (not included; see separate entry) and one or two switches, the set includes software with ten sets of activities based on five different stories, the "Storytime Just for Fun" book with five reproducible stories, and one full-color and one black-and-white IntelliKeys overlay fo

Stylus For Children

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To create a stylus with common household materials for children with limited fine motor control to access touch tablets. Instructions provided for making a stylus at www.arearrangedlife.com/adapting/ipad-stylus. AUTHOR: Miriam aRearrangedLife.

Stylus Pro

The Stylus Pro is a stylus for tablet computers and mobile phones or MP3 players with touch screens. It is designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities. The stylus has a silicone tip to prevent scratching. Shaped and weighted like a pen, the device is equipped with a pocket clip. DIMENSIONS: 4.25 inches long. COLOR: White, silver, black, purple, pink, or red.

Stylus Pro Jr

The Stylus Pro Jr. is a stylus for tablet computers and mobile phones or MP3 players with touchscreens designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. This compact stylus aids the user to operate any touchscreen device, and it will not scratch the screen. Compact and lightweight, it enhances the ability to write emails, play games and surf the web. For convenient storage and use, the stylus attaches to the host device by plugging into the headphone jack. DIMENSIONS:: 1.5 x 0.25 inc

Sue Center

Sue Center is an on screen keyboard designed for use by individuals who cannot use a keyboard or mouse. With a computer, an input device, and this software, the user can keep a journal; read books and use bookmarks; consult a dictionary and thesaurus; correspond via email; send text messages; create and view slideshows of pictures; access some web sites; play games; operate environmental controls; choose music or radio and adjust the volume; control a TV or DVD like a universal remote; keep a ca

Super-Auggie Augmentative Communication Device (Model H-44)

The Super-Auggie Augmentative Communication Device, model H-44, is a direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities. The unit consists of a slate personal computer (PC), which is about the size of a piece of paper, with a true touchscreen, running Windows 7. The unit includes PTP-PC communication software with 7,000 Mayer-Johnson BoardMaker images. Other features include a built-in WiFi and Ethernet port with a 56-kilobyte mode

Supervario2 24

The SuperVario2 24 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has 24-cell braille display with integrated cursor routing keys located to the left and right of the display, three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display, an on/off button, and an internal settings menu in different languages. The unit is available as Human Interface Device (HID) which allows interfacing with computers without any drivers n

Supervario2 32

The SuperVario2 32 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has 32-cell braille display with integrated cursor routing keys located to the left and right of the display, three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display, an on/off button, and internal settings menu in different languages. The unit is available as Human Interface Device (HID) which allows interfacing with computers without any drivers need

Supervario2 40

The SuperVario2 40 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a 40-cell braille display with integrated cursor routing keys located on the left and right of the display, three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display, an on/off button, and an internal settings menu in different languages. The unit is available as Human Interface Device (HID) which allows interfacing with computers without any drivers

Supervario2 64

The SuperVario2 64 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a 64-cell braille display with integrated cursor routing keys located to the left and right of the display, three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display, on/off button, and internal settings menu in different languages. The device works with screen reading programs such as COBRA (see separate entry) as well as other programs such as Wind

Supervario2 80

The SuperVario2 80 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has an 80-cell braille display with integrated cursor routing keys located on the left and right of the display, three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display, on/off button, and internal settings menu in different languages. The unit is available as Human Interface Device (HID) which allows interfacing with computers without any drivers need

Swifty Usb Switch Interface

The Swifty USB Switch Interface is a switch interface designed to provide mouse or keyboard emulation for people with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device can output mouse clicks, joystick button actions, or keyboard functions. This device It accepts standard 3.5-millimeter (mm) stereo or mono plugs for directly connecting up to two adaptive switches. When used with Beam (not included; see separate entry), the device supports three inp

Swim, Swam, Swum: Mastering Irregular Verbs

Swim, Swam, Swum: Mastering Irregular Verbs is a language and reading tutorial program with optional voice output and alternate access designed to train over 200 high-frequency irregular verbs in their present, past, and past perfect forms for individuals with language learning, developmental, physical, or hearing disabilities, or autism. Accessibility is available through a keyboard, touch screen, single switch or mouse. There are four verb training activities. The first trains 30 early develop

Switch Adapted Mouse

"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury to use a computer mouse. To adapt a mouse, disassemble the mouse. (Caution: disconnect the mouse from the computer before attempting any modifications. Electric shock can occur otherwise.) Using a screw driver, locate and remove the fastening screws on the mouse. (These are usually located on the underside of the mouse and may be hidden). Some mice require additi

Switch Adaptor Box

The Switch Adaptor Box is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. When connected to the Penny and Giles Roller Trackball Plus or Joystick Plus (see separate entries), it allows their buttons to be replaced with switches. Connection is made via the switch port on the track ball or joystick. Five jacks on the switch adapter then allow external switches to be used in place of the right/left mouse buttons, drag, double click, an

Switch And Glow

The Switch and Glow is a neon stretchy noodle switch. The lightest touch on the switch turns on a glowing light while activating any toy or device. POWER: 2 AA batteries. COLOR: Variety. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Switch Click

Switch Click is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. The device plugs into the computer and funtions as a mouse click, providing access to most switch-accessible software. The user retains full accessibility to the standard keyboard and mouse. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers.

Switch Interface Pro

The Switch Interface Pro is a control input interface designed to enable individulas with upper extremity disabilities to operate computers using switches. This unit moves easily between Macintosh and personal computers (PC) and enables up to five single switches (not included) to be connected to control computer functions. The unit is preprogrammed with mouse clicks and keyboard functions. Macintosh users can access a mouse click and the numeric keys 0,1, 2, and 3. PC users can access arrow key

Switch Intro

Switch Intro is a control switch training program designed to develop switch use capabilites and to build cause and effect skills for persons with cognitive and physical disabilities. This program includes animated activities such as (1) Colors; (2) Piece-by-Piece; (3) Hidden Pictures; (4) Step-by-Step; (5) Willy the Worm; (6) Make It Sound; (7) Start to Scan; and (8) Match Scan. The activities are designed to offer varying difficulty levels. Options are available for changing scan speeds, choic

Switch Radio-Link

The Switch Radio-Link is a switch interface unit designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This interface allows wireless connection of switches to computers, communication aids, toys, environmental controls, and other devices. The interface enables switches to be operated from anywhere within 12 feet, even through obstacles such as people and furniture. It works with all personal computer (PC) switch software that uses a standard switch interface,

Switch Xs

Switch XS is a mouse emulator and single switch keyboard modification program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. It enables individuals who cannot use a mouse or keyboard to operate a computer by pressing a single switch. It works with any standard Macintosh application and offers full mouse and keyboard emulation by means of a scanning mode. With each click on the switch the user selects an actio

Switch2Scan For Ipad

Switch2Scan for iPad is a Bluetooth Switch Interface designed for advanced switch users who wish to use the main features of Apple devices and access iBooks. It allows the users to access the home screen, adapted apps and iBooks. Icons or items on the home screen and within most main apps are scanned with a highlight box. Automatic scanning can be conducted with one, two or three switches. Step scanning can be achieved with four switches. There are four scanning speeds. Full access to iBooks req

Switchamajig Controller

The Switchamajig Controller is a control switch input interface that allows a person to use an Apple iPad to control remotely up to six switch ports on switch-adapted toys or appliances. The user connects the controller to the adapted item(s) using the included cables, and the Controller connects to an Apple iPad running the Switchamajig app (see separate entry) via WiFi. POWER: Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).

Switchboard

The SwitchBoard is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. This product is a modified keyboard with switch ports to replicate the most commonly used keyboard presses for switches. Switches are plugged into the appropriate ports as needed. There are jacks for enter and space, which are used by most available switch software; 0, 1, 2, and 3, which are used by Don Johnston software; left, up, down, and right, which are used by

Switchbox

The SwitchBox is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The switch adapter plugs into the keyboard port on the computer, and the user can then plug up to eight switches into the switch adapter. Its eight switch ports default to the most commonly used key presses for switch software (Space, Enter, up arrow, left arrow, 0, 1, 2, 3). Software is included that allows the user to program the ports to send alternative key presses

Switchhopper

The SwitchHopper is a mouse emulator designed for individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This device provides a means of connecting switches to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the three SwitchHopper jacks, the switch becomes standard mouse-clicks, and with the installation of the accompanying software, each button can be configured to be any mouse-button event or keystroke desired. COMPATIBILITY: For use with computers equipped with a USB port.

Switchmouse

SwitchMouse is a mouse emulator program designed for users who access the computer with one or two switches or joysticks. The switches connect to the computer via a serial or parallel port to move the mouse cursor, click, and drag. The program provides multiple scanning modes for selection of mouse direction. The program can be interfaced to the EEK program (see separate entry) to allow text entry by direct scanning. The program is supplied with one switch adapter (but switch itself is not inclu

Switchmouse Usb

SwitchMouse USB is a mouse emulator and switch or joystick input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This interface allows the user to connect switches to any computer to operate various computer programs by translating switch activation into mouse clicks or button depressions. The individual movements of a conventional mouse are simulated by either a joystick or several single switches, which are directly connecte

Switchskins

SWITCHSKINS is a keyguard and protective cover designed to protect various electronic devices from getting soiled for individuals with physical disabilities. They are pre-molded, hygienic protective membranes that cover crevices and joints where saliva, germs, food, dirt and moisture can accumulate. They not only keep the devices clean and functioning longer, but also protect the caregiver and client from transferable germs and viruses. SWITCHSKINS can be created for a number of devices such as

Synapse Ada Workstation

The Synapse ADA Workstation is an accessible computer terminal designed for use by individuals with visual, mobility, physical, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This unit provides a hardware interface to a computer network or mainframe. Features are integrated for use in environments where more than one accommodation technology may be required, such as schools, libraries, the workplace, or assessment and evaluation centers. Available features include speech recognition, screen reader softwar

Tabaccess

TabAccess is a Bluetooth switch interface for tablets designed for use by individuals with limited physical mobility and coordination. TabAccess enables interaction with tablet apps through connection of multiple accessible devices such as sip/puff, button switches, grasp switches. It is Android and iOS compatible. It is compatible with iOS 7 Switch Control Events. TabAccess can be mounted to power wheelchairs, adjustable beds, etc. No assembly is required for operation.

Tactus

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a tactile keyboard alternative designed for users with grasping difficulties or fine motor disabilities. The buttons on the Tactus literally raise up and then lie flat on a touch screen device. Tactus’ technology readily integrates with capacitive touchscreens. The Tactile Layer replaces the top-most layer in the optical stack, often referred to as the window or cover lens. The thickness is designed to match the layer that it replaces. T

Tagpad

TagPad is a touch pad designed for use in the creation of tactile graphics for persons who are blind or have low vision. The TagPad is used in conjunction with tactile graphics programs such as QikTac (see separate entry) and TraceME (see entry for Tactile Graphics Designer Pro). To create an image in a diagram format suitable for tactile graphics, the TagPad is connected to a computer running one of these programs, and the user traces a photograph, drawing, or other picture placed on the TagPad

Talking Food Cans

The Talking Food Cans are designed for the visually impaired, who have difficulty identifying different objects or similar shapes. This product is meant to help these individuals to keep track of what is in their pantry. The user’s voice can be recorded, telling contents of the can and press button to hear the message played back. Reusable and re-recordable. The product is a magnetic yellow cap that sits on top of any sized steel can. The cap is not just limited to canned food. Using special met

Talking Literacy Kit For The Apple Iie (Talk)

The Talking Literacy Kit (TALK) for the Apple IIe is a set of materials designed to provide visually impaired children and adults with their first exposure to microcomputers. Tactile, auditory and visual experiences are used. The Teacher Kit includes 11 computer parts for tactile inspection, a keyboard model with brailled keys, a teacher's manual (in print and on cassette), three braille reference guides, and two pieces of speech-output software. The Student Kit includes the following programs:

Talking Nouns I Intellikeys Bundle, Talking Nouns Ii Bundle, & Talking Verbs Intellikeys Bundle

The Talking Nouns I IntelliKeys Bundle, Talking Nouns II IntelliKeys Bundle, and the Talking Verbs IntelliKeys Bundle are a voice output vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use by children with cognitive, physical, or communication disabilities. Each set includes the CD-ROM software from Laureate Learning Systems (see separate entry) and the appropriate plastic IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlay. Each program offers several activities: Interactive communication

Talking Public Domain Disks

Sets of public domain software are available on disk with voice output, from the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resource System/South (FDLRS/ South). The programs were selected and adapted so that synthesized voice output would provide all the information that the screen provides, so that they could be used by visually impaired students. The disks contain primarily educational programs. There are currently 78 "volumes," each volume being a side of a disk (disks are filled on both sides). There

Talking Tactile Tablet 2

Talking Tactile Tablet 2 is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This computer peripheral device consists of a touch screen with a hinged weighted frame that holds a tactile graphic sheet in place against the touch-sensitive surface. When the user presses a point on the tactile sheet, the computer provides identifying audio feedback to the user, as a confirmation and elaboration of the information supplied through touching. By this means,

Talking Toolbox

Talking Toolbox is a voice output utility program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Utilities include a word processor, a spell checker, an address book, a phone dialer, a calculator, and an alarm clock. All utilities have voice output through pre-recorded human speech, plus synthetic speech for reading back user entries. Also included is Phone Pad, an interactive program that teaches blind persons how to dial phone numbers with words or letters in them. The progr

Talking Typing Teacher

Talking Typing Teacher is a typing instruction program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Typing lessons, practice drills, and typing speed tests are displayed on screen while being read out loud. Every lesson or practice session is read with pre-recorded digitized human speech, making it unnecessary for users to understand synthetic speech. Digitized human speech is used for all menus, lessons, and help. Synthetic text-to-speech is used only to read the student's

Talking Word Processor

Talking Word Processor is a voice output word processor program designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities who have difficulty with reading and writing. Features include talking grammar check, text highlighting and extraction, graded word prediction, talking word prediction. talking spell check, key echo, and automatic document summarization. Reading features include word pause, sentence repeat, word repeat, and variable reading speed. The program comes with five reading voices.

Talkitmouseit 2

TalkItMouseIt2 is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities, repetitive motion injury, or upper extremity amputation. Used in conjunction with TalkItTypeIt voice input software (see separate entry), this program enables the user to perform mouse functions in any Windows application through voice input. The user says the name of objects on the screen, such as Window or Toolbar, and pop-up hints guide the user in positioning the pointe

Talkpro Max Headset

The TalkPro Max Headset is a voice input computer terminal control interface designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This monaural headset incorporates a Gentex noise canceling microphone for speech recognition accuracy, and VXI Translator software to optimize voice band response and reduce distortion. The headset has an adjustable headband and a flexible microphone boom that allows left- or right-side microphone placem

Talkpro Max-2

TalkPro Max-2 is a voice input computer headser designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision or upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This binaural speech recognition headset has a Gentex noise canceling microphone and includes VXI Translator technology to optimize voice band response and reduce distortion. It has a flexible microphone boom that can be positioned on the left or right side, an adjustable headband, and a 270-degree swivel ear piece, and soft, cup

Talkpro Sp-1 Computer Headset

The TalkPro SP-1 Computer Headset is a headset for computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This lightweight monaural speech recognition headset has a noise canceling microphone to support speech recognition. Its 270-degree swivel earpiece has a soft, cupped cushion for comfort and better sound. The unit is made of high-impact engineered plastic with a stainless steel adjustable headband and a flexible microphone boom th

Talkpro Sp-2 Computer Headset

The TalkPro SP-2 Computer Headset is a voice input computer interface designed for use by individuals with upper exremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This binaural headset has a noise canceling microphone to aid in speech recognition applications. Its 270-degree swivel earpiece has a soft, cupped cushion for comfort and better sound. The lightweight headset is made of high-impact engineered plastic with a stainless steel adjustable headband, and a flexible microphone b

Talkpro Xpress

The TalkPro Xpress is a speech recognition microphone headset designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision, upper extremity disabilities, or severe physical disabilities. This monaural headset is designed for computer speech input and incorporates a noise-canceling microphone to increase speech recognition accuracy. It has an adjustable headband and a flexible microphone boom that can be placed on the left or right side, as well as a 270-degree swivel ear piece with a soft cu

Talktime With Tucker

Talk Time with Tucker is a speech training program designed to encourage children with with language learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, visual disabilities or autism to practice a variety of vocalization skills and to experiment with the duration, pitch, and volume of their utterances. The program not only encourages expressive verbalization, it fosters conversation turn-taking and builds imagination and confidence. It features voice activated animation ro

Tandem Master

The Tandem Master is a Morse code computer interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or cerebral palsy. The unit has switch input jacks for Morse code input (switches not included), plus a USB connector jack and an external speaker jack for Morse code beeps feedback. Features include Morse code mouse functionality, Morse code initiated volume control and speed control, support for multiple menus (up to four) f

Tap‚ÄövѬ¢It

The TAP•it is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, developmental, fine motor, hearing and upper extremity disabilities. TAP•it, which stands for Touch Accessible Platform for Interactive Technology, features a 42-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) screen with shatter-resistant, low glare glass that resists mars and scratches. The screen tilts between 0 and 90 degrees. The screen is mounted on a wheeled, height-adjustable stand that has a counter-balance to pr

Tapmemo

TapMemo is a voice-activated personal data assistant (PDA)designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision or with upper extremity disabilities. This device has one multi-functiontional button and two volume buttons. All verbal commands are speaker independent, eliminating the need to train the unit and enabling it to work right out of the box. Features include a memo pad, calendar, phone book, clock and more. Up to 30 memos, each up to one minute long, can be recorded. Each memo is

Tecla Shield

The Tecla Shield is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The Tecla Shield allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely Android-powered, Bluetooth-enabled electronic devices. The switches or driving controls connect to the Tecla Shield using the included cables through the device's six ports. The ports include 2 3.5-millimeter mono sockets, a D-Sub 9-pin male

Tecla Shield Dos

The Tecla Shield DOS is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely an Apple iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad or an Android tablet or smartphone. The Tecla Access app (see separate entry) is required to use the Tecla Shield DOS with an Android device. The switches or driving controls connect to the system using the

Tecla Shield For Iphone & Ipad

The Tecla Shield for iPhone & iPad is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely an Apple iPhone or iPad. The switches or driving controls connect to the system using the included cables through the device’s six ports. The ports include 2 3.5-millimeter mono sockets, a D-Sub 9-pin male connector ECU port,

Tekton Entrepreneur Telescoping Stylus

The Tekton Entrepreneur Telescoping Stylus is a stylus for touch screen, tablet computer or cell phone designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This telescoping stylus has an all-metal shaft. It can be retracted for use with an iPhone, iTouch,or any other touch-screen cell phone or hand held device, or it can be extended for use with an iPad. DIMENSIONS: 5 to 12 inches long x 0.3125 inch diameter shaft. COLOR: Black with gold accents.

Tellatouch (Model 22-0501-1)

Tellatouch, model 22-0501-1, is a manual braille writer and refreshable braille display designed for use in communication with individuals who are deaf blind. This communication device for the deaf blind has a keyboard with four rows of keys, and a braille display. The top three rows of the keyboard have keys for the alphabet, and the fourth row has the keys of a standard braille keyboard. To receive messages, the deaf blind user places a hand over the braille display. A sighted individual can c

Terminator

The Terminator is a tablet or touch screen stylus designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This is a telescoping stylus with a tip that requires minimal pressure. Its shorter length can be used with an iPhone and its longer length can be used with an iPad. The stylus is so sensitive to the user's hand movements that just barely touching the screen with the tip activates whatever is touched. The

Tetramouse Xs

The TetraMouse XS is a lip-, tongue-, chin- or mouth-operated mouse designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or upper extremity amputation or disability. It works with any computer or device (including AAC devices) that have a USB port and an operating system or internal firmware that can use a standard USB mouse as an input device. The TetraMouse XS features side-by-side joysticks that require little or no head movement using the lips, tongue or chin for smooth pointer movement. The joy

Texthelp! Read & Write

TextHELP! Read & Write is a voice output word processor designed for use by individuals with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. This toolbar-style application package offers speech feedback as the typing progresses in a choice of letter by letter, word by word, sentence by sentence, paragraph by paragraph, or by highlighted text block. Word by word speaking of highlighted text helps the user associate the written word with its sound. This software will read any onscreen text, includin

Tft Flat Panel Touchscreen

The TFT Flat Panel Touchscreen is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, and upper extremity disabilities. This flat-panel computer touch screen uses thin-film transistor (TFT) technology. It has a bright display that doesn't move away when pressed, and that can withstand severe shock and continual vibration. Its housing is cast aluminum. OPTIONS: Desk mount with heavy non-slip base, swing arm mount with clamp or plate for bolts, or swivel mount. SIZES: Choice o

The Baby Bear Series Intellikeys Bundle

The Baby Bear Series IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by very young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes three software programs from the Elaine Clark Center and the IntelliKeys overlays. The software includes Baby Bear's Bubble Bath, Baby Bear Goes to School, and Baby Bear Plays Outside. Each story depicts Baby Bear participating in a variety of activities. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh Computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Int

The Grid 2 Software

The Grid is a program for creating symbolic or text communicator grids designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. Grids may be exported to Windows CE or palmtop machines, or printed for use with digitized communication aids. The software also functions as an on-screen keyboard program for typing into any Windows-based program. It can be used to speak using Microsoft SAPI Speech, DECtalk, InfoVox, or Dolphin speech systems (not included), digitized (recorded) speec

The Nursery Series Intellikeys Bundle

The Nursery Series IntelliKeys Bundle is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by very young children with cognitive or physical disabilities. The set includes three software programs from the Elaine Clark Center and the IntelliKeys overlays. The software includes Over in the Meadow which teaches the numbers one through ten, Farm Animals which allows the child to select an animal and practice the sound it makes, and I Feel Happy which expands on the song "If You're happy and You Know

The Sixth Digit

The Sixth Digit is a stylus ring designed to help individuals with hand impairments, such as quadriplegia, perform daily tasks (e.g., use a keyboard, a touchscreen device with small buttons, a microwave and stove). The Sixth Digit is unique in that it gives the user freedom to perform other tasks while wearing it - users can even push their manual wheelchair with it on. The Sixth Digit is in the initial stage of the production process and can be pre-ordered at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projec

Thimble

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype Bluetooth-enabled device finger-glove that connects to a smart phone, specifically the Apple iPhone, and works as a Braille display for individuals who are blind or or have low vision. By pulsing Braille shapes onto the fingertip via an “electro-tactile grid array,” the text on the iPhone's screen can be conveyed to the blind user. The Thimble also includes a camera allowing it to scan text from other sources (such as books or labels) and t

Thomas Braille Embosser

The Thomas Braille Embosser is a braille printer designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Thomas Braille Embosser prints single-sided Braille at a rate of 40 characters per second. Its features include Dynamic Braille Scaling, which allows users to switch with just one command from Library of Congress Braille to California sign Braille, Jumbo Braille, standard Braille with increased line spacing, or the smaller Braille often preferred in Japan. Sizes can be mixed within a s

Tiger Cub Desktop Embosser

The Tiger Cub Desktop Embosser is a braille printer and tactile graphics embosser designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This embosser can be used for braille production, tactile graphics, braille math with graphics, braille adhesive labels, and braille business cards, and it can emboss braille and graphics together on standard braille paper. Braille can be printed directly from mainstream Windows software like Microsoft Office, or from braille-making software like Dux

Tiger Cub Jr. Personal Embosser

The Tiger Cub Jr. Personal Embosser is a braille printer and tactile graphics embosser designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This embosser can be used for braille production, tactile graphics, braille math with graphics, braille adhesive labels, and braille business cards, and it can emboss braille and graphics together on standard braille paper. Braille can be printed directly from mainstream Windows software like Microsoft Office, or from braille-making software lik

Tiger Elite 150 Printer

The Tiger Elite 150 Printer is a braille printer designed for use in the production of braille books and documents. Its printing speed is 150 cps (Braille cells per second), with automatic double-sided embossing. The unit is compact with heavy-duty construction for high volume production. The unit comes with the Tiger Software Suite, which can be used for Braille translation from MS Word and tactile graphics design in conjunction with computer graphics software such as Illustrator or CorelDraw.

Tiger Elite 200 Printer

The Tiger Elite 200 Printer is a braille printer designed for use in the production of braille books and documents. Its printing speed is 200 cps (Braille cells per second), with automatic double-sided embossing. The unit is compact with heavy-duty construction for high volume production. The unit comes with the Tiger Software Suite, which can be used for Braille translation from MS Word and tactile graphics design in conjunction with computer graphics software such as Illustrator or CorelDraw.

Tiger Max

Tiger Max is a desktop braille and tactile graphics embosser designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This embosser can be used for braille production, tactile graphics, braille math with graphics, braille adhesive labels, and business cards. With this printer, braille and graphics can be embossed together on regular braille paper, rather than thermal paper, and braille can be created and embossed directly from mainstream Windows software like MS Office, as well as from

Tiger Premier 100 Braille Printer

The Tiger Premier 100 Braille Printer is a braille printer designed for use in the production of braille books and documents. Its printing speed is 100 cps (Braille cells per second), with automatic double-sided embossing. The unit comes with the Tiger Software Suite, which can be used for Braille translation from Microsoft Word or Excel and for tactile graphics design in conjunction with computer graphics software such as Illustrator or CorelDraw. OPTIONS: Floor stand for printer; Braille paper

Tiger Premier 80 Braille Printer

The Tiger Premier 80 Braille Printer is a braille printer designed for use in the production of braille books and documents. Its printing speed is 80 cps (Braille cells per second), with automatic double-sided embossing. The unit comes with the Tiger Software Suite, which can be used for Braille translation from Microsoft Word or Excel and for tactile graphics design in conjunction with computer graphics software such as Illustrator or CorelDraw. OPTIONS: Floor stand for printer; Braille paper.

Tiny Mouse

Tiny Mouse is a mouse designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or cognitive disabilities. This mouse is approximately half the size of a standard computer mouse and is useful for those with for smaller hands or limited finger extension. Colored dots on the buttons differentiate the right and left buttons for children and individuals with cognitive disabilities. This mouse has three buttons and a scroll wheel. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Tiny Mouse (Models Tmo & Tmob)

The Tiny Mouse is a mouse designed for use by children, seniors, or individuals with arthritis of the fingers and hand. Approximately the half the size of a standard mouse, this unit reduces the need to extend the hand. Features include optical tracking, colored buttons, and a scroll wheel.

Tobii C12

The Tobii C12 is a direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities. This tablet-computer based communicator runs Windows Vista Home Premium and has an IntelCore Duo U2500 processor, 2 gigabytes (GB) RAM, a 60 GB hard drive, two USB 2.0 ports, and an integrated desk stand. Other features include 4 integrated speakers, 2 integrated microphones, a 1 GB SD card and a built-in camera with 640 x 480 pixels. The unit can be controlled

Tobii C8

The Tobii C8 is a direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities. This tablet-computer-based communicator uses Windows Vista Home Premium and features touch screen access, an IntelCore Duo U2500 processor, 2 gigabytes (GB) RAM, a 60 GB hard drive, two USB 2.0 ports, and an integrated desk stand. Other features include 2 integrated speakers, 2 integrated microphones, a 1 GB SD card and a built-in camera with 640 x 480 pixels. Us

Tool Factory Word Processor

The Tool Factory Word Processor is a voice output word processor program designed for use by children with learning, vision, and cognitive disabilities. The program offers full multimedia support, permitting drag-and-drop entry of photographs, drawings, video, and audio that stay where they are placed. Text and graphics can be rotated simply by dragging. A large library of clip art is included. The built-in voice engine speaks text as it is typed and the built-in spell checker provides speech fe

Tool Factory Workshop

The Tool Factory Word Workshop is a voice output database, word processor program, and spreadsheet program, along with a drawing program designed for use by children with learning, vision, and cognitive disabilities.The program includes the Tool Factory Word Processor, the Tool Factory Spreadsheet, and the Tool Factory Painter (see separate entries), as well as the Tool Factory Database, Tool Factory Administrator, the Tool Factory Bank Manager, and an E-mailer. The suite uses a consistent inter

Touch Monitor (Models Hm17, Lm17, & Tm17)

The Touch Monitor, models HM17, LM17, and TM17, is a computer monitor with touch screen designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, and upper extremity disabilities. Each model features a cathode ray tube (CRT) monitor fitted with Surface Wave touch technology from Elo TouchSystems, Inc., that requires no force and works just as well with fingers, a gloved hand, or a soft stylus pointing device. The monitors have thick, scratch-resistant glass, and continue to work even if scratche

Touchfree Switch

The TouchFree Switch is a mouse emulator designed for use by children and adults with upper extremity disabilities. This device pairs a digital video camera with easy-to-use switch software to enable a designated body movement to trigger a mouse click without having to touch the device or apply pressure. The digital camera can be tailored to recognize almost any movement as a mouse click and it can be positioned wherever needed to detect the motion; for instance, it can be placed on the monitor

Touchright Utilities (Model 12101)

TouchRight Utilities, model 12101, is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This on screen virtual button provides access to right-button mouse functions used by Windows applications that run in a liquid crystal display (LCD) touch pad or touch screen environment. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000 operating system.

Touchstar Plug-N-Play Touchscreen

The TouchStar Plug-N-Play Touchscreen is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. The touch screen has serial, PS/2, USB, and ADB connections, and comes with touch screen drivers that support all versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac O/S, Linux, and DOS. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Apple Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. DIMENSIONS: Available monitor sizes include 15, 17, and 19 inches.

Touchtalk

TouchTalk is a computer direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This touch screen tablet is pre-loaded with Lingraphica software. The user can personalize the device by creating their own pages, adding new words and videos, and making their own icons using the built-in still and video cameras. The user practices phonemes, commonly used phrases, and automatic speech by following along with videos of these sounds and words. When the

Touchtec Multi-Function Capacitive Touch Screen Mouth Stick

The TouchTec Multi-function Capacitive Touch Screen Mouth Stick is a mouthstick for a touchscreen or tablet computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This lightweight mouthstick allows the user to work, create or navigate on all devices with a touchscreen with his or her mouth. The mouthstick can be operated with light pressure, even at extreme angles. The device comes with two replaceable mouth bites made of

Touchwindow

The TouchWindow is a touch screen designed to provide computer access for individuals who are unable to use a mouse or who have cognitive or learning disabilities. When this touch screen is connected to a computer, touching an on-screen object or word with a finger or stylus will generate input to the computer. This enables users to concentrate on the learning task because there are no intermediate steps or devices to interfere with their attention. Selection of commands, composition of graphics

Towards Independence Intellikeys Bundle

The Towards Independence IntelliKeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the Picture Cue Dictionary, First Money, Making Change, Spending Money, WordWise, and Looking for Words software from Attainment Company (see separate entries) on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlays. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM an

Towerpower

Tower-Power is a computer switch adapter designed for use by individuals with cerebral palsy, neurological or upper extremity disabilities, or spinal cord injury. The device is mounted over the power button on a PC, and connected to a switch (not included) placed where the user can reach. This enables the user to turn on the power from a more convenient position, or using a switch that requires less dexterity or force. This device comes with solenoid casing (aluminum housing with LED light), a V

Trackball Plus

The Trackball Plus is a track ball designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click, double click, horizontal/vertical only, drag, and speed. Five cursor speed settings are accessed simply by touching the speed button. The cursor remains in position when the ball is released and a red light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a removable fingerplate that

Trackball Pro

Track Ball Pro, formerly RollerMouse, is a track ball designed with four buttons contained in a small box for individuals who have upper extremity disabilities or who have repetitive motion disorders. The user moves the ball manually to emulate mouse functions. Each button activates an additional feature; these include a "click-lock" feature which allows dragging, scrolling, and drawing without holding a button down continuously, a total left/right control, and multiple resolutions. It is design

Trackbar Emotion Mouse

The Trackbar Emotion Mouse is an ergonomic low-force mouse designed for use by individuals with repetitive strain injury. This centered pointing device has a symmetrical design that allows the even use of both hands. It may be used either with the roll closer to the keyboard (default position) or closer to the body. The programmable buttons require only 50 to 70 Newtons/grams of force to activate. The large diameter roll bar allows for precise cursor motion with less manual effort. The surface o

Tracker 2000

Tracker 2000 is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. The camera offers a 50-degree field of view and can be mounted verti

Tracker One

Tracker One is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. Tracker One offers two modes of tracking: regular mouse mode is desig

Trackir 4:pro

TrackIR 4:Pro is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This optical head tracking system has 6 degrees of freedom and a 46-degree field of view, and is designed for use with a flat panel monitor with 716 x 290 pixel screen resolution. It enables the user to control PC-based video games and simulations through head movement. The unit comes with a 2.5-millimeter USB cable. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compa

Transend Lt

TranSend LT is a dual braille / print printing system designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The system can produce braille together with ink text on alternating lines on the same page. Ink text can be either large or small print. The system consists of a control unit, a dot matrix printer, and a braille printer. TranSend uses text files that can be created by most popular word processing programs. The system has a built-in speech synthesizer which speaks all prompts as they

Translucent Gel Keyboard Palm Rest (Model Stwr1225)

The Translucent Gel Keyboard Palm Rest, model STWR1225, is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or upper extremity disabilities. The long, rectangular support is gel-filled and is intended to sit in front of the keyboard. DIMENSTIONS (LxW): 3 x 18.5 inches. COLOR: Translucent Bora Bora blue.

Transparent Braille Keyboard Stickers

The Transparent Braille Keyboard Stickers are Braille keytop overlays designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These stickers have Braille symbols for all the keyboard keys and are applied to an existing keyboard to convert it into a Braille keyboard. They are transparent so that a sighted user can see each key's label through the sticker.

Transparent Braille Label Kit

The Transparent Braille Label Kit is a braille keytop overlay designed for use by indviduals who are blind or have low vision. These labels are applied to an existing keyboard to convert it into a braille keyboard. They are transparent with no print.

Trewgrip Mobile Qwerty Keyboard

The TREWGrip mobile qwerty keyboard is a handheld rear style keyboard and air mouse for mobile technology, smart TV and desktop designed for users with carpel tunnel or grasping difficulties. The keyboard is ergonomically designed to reduce strain on users hands. The standard QWERTY key layout is split and rotated so the hands gripping TREWGrip can effectively touch-type in a mobile setting. The TREWGrip keyboard also has a gyroscope motion sensor, which can be used to control a mouse pointer. T

Triple Talk Pci

Triple Talk PCI is an internal hardware speech synthesizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Triple Talk PCI makes use of the high speed transfer rates of the PCI bus and the latest in advanced Double-Talk techology to produce a high quality of speech. The Triple-Talk PCI has eight predefined voices, 10 volume levels, 10 different speeds, and 100 unique pitches, and is fully configurable by the user. Parameters such as tone, punctuation filtering, and intonation a

Triple Talk Usb

Triple-Talk USB is an internal hardware speech synthesizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This speech synthesizer is a USB device that is capable of transferring data at a rate of 12 megabytes per second (Mbps). It executes instructions rapidly to meet the demands of any screen access program. Features include eight predefined voices, ten volume levels, ten different speeds, and 100 unique pitches; the unit is fully configurable to meet individual needs. Parame

Twiddler, The (Model Hkt-35)

The Twiddler is a 5-inch long pocket-sized mouse pointer and full-function keyboard in a single unit that can be used with either the right or left hand. The unit is equipped with a 6-foot cord and will work as far as 50 feet away from the computer. This combination unit is good for individuals who do computer work from a bed, one-handed individuals, or individuals with difficulties accessing a keyboard and a mouse. The Twiddler has three rows of keys on the front surface. Each row is designated

Typing Keyboard Home Row Bumps

Typing Keyboard Home Row Bumps are small adhesive-backed labels that can be attached to home row or any appropriate keys. A raised bump in the center of the indicators serves as a tactile guide for placing the fingers. These bumps fit both desktop and laptop keyboards, even cell phones with some trimming. The product is available as packages of 12, 50 or 100. WEIGHT: 0.4 to 0.1 pound.

Ukandu Little Books: A Day At Play, Out And About

UKanDu Little Books is a story writing software program series designed to help build literary skills for children. "A Day at Play" and "Out and About" each feature three, four-paged animated stories designed to be finished by the user. On each page, the user is challenged to complete each sentence and is given two words to choose from. The program also features auditory cues, speech and sounds, built-in single-switch access, and all pages automatically print on one page. The user is also given

Underdesk Articulating Drawer (Model R7425)

The Underdesk Articulating Drawer, model R7425, is a keyboard and mouse tray designed to add valuable desk space and let the computer user position the keyboard for comfort and efficiency for individuals with repetitive motion disorder. This model attaches underneath the desk or table top with mounting brackets and four mounting screws (included). The tray is made of non-conductive, molded, high-impact styrene and features ball bearing slides which allow the tray to be moved horizontally. The t

Universal Add-On Touchscreen

The Universal Add-On Touchscreen is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with cognitive or upper extremity disabilities. This add-on device is designed to be installed on an existing CRT monitor. The touchscreen uses analog resistive technology and its frame is made of high-impact acrylic. OPTIONS: 12-bit touchscreen controller to provide touchscreen resolution to 4096 x 4096 points. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows

Up Mouse

-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype alternative to the traditional computer mouse for individuals who have repetitive strain injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other neuromuscular disabilities in the hand. The designer and creator Daniel Benamy has repetitive strain injury that was brought on by using a traditional mouse over an extended period of time. Benamy created the Up Mouse as a prototype alternative to the traditional push down computer mouse. This wired mouse is shaped

Usb Frogpad Keyboard

The FrogPad is a one-handed keyboard designed for use by individuals with the use of only one hand or who have limited reach or muscle control. Although the keys are standard size, this keyboard is arranged so that its size and layout reduce strain on the hands and wrist. The letter layout is based on the percent of usage of each letter in the English language. Fifteen letters that are used 86 percent of the time by typists are placed in the most efficient locations. The keyboard is available f

Usb Mini Keyboard (Model 24600)

The USB Mini Keyboard, model 24600, is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited dexterity or reach. This small-sized alternative keyboard plugs directly into the computer's USB port. The unit has closely-spaced keys in a standard English QWERTY keyboard arrangement. The membrane surface is very sensitive. This keyboard allows the user to control both keyboard and mouse functions. All mouse directions, right and left click, double click, and drag functions are performed by

Usb Mouse Mover (Model 25006)

The USB Mouse Mover, model 25006, is a mouse emulator designed to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities to perform mouse functions using five or six single switches or a single multiple switch (switches not included). The unit plugs directly into a computer port and requires no special software for operation. Six jacks on the front of the unit accommodate the switches which perform all mouse functions: click, double click. click and drag, right click, and all directional movements

Usb Switch Interface

The USB Switch Interface is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. This switch adapter connects from one to five single switch input devices to a computer. It supports industry standard single switch software applications written for one to five single switches. Switches that have a standard 1/8-inch mini-plug fit directly in the jacks on the interface. Switches with plug sizes other than 1/8 inch can be used with an adapte

Usb-Uirt

The USB-UIRT is a computer input interface designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities. This infrared (IR) receiver and transmitter connect to a computer through a USB port. Together with a software package like Girder (not included), this unit allows the computer to be controlled by any infrard remote control, such as a TV remote, with a reception range of eight meters. The unit can also send infrared signals to control audio/video equipment, such as a DVD play

V-Stamp

V-Stamp is a speech synthesizer module designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or who have speech disabilities. Functions of this self-contained voice/sound synthesizer and recorder include text-to-speech conversion, audio recording and playback, musical and sinusoidal tone generation, telephone tone dialer, and four-channel A/D converter. It can be used to provide voice output for optical character recognition, email, vending and ticketing machines, automatic teller mac

Vacuum Wand

The Vacuum Wand is a mouthstick designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, and severe physical disabilities. Made of aluminum and plastic, this device is designed for turning book or magazine pages. Features include a suction cup tip and two interchangeable ends that can be cut to the desired length. DIMENSIONS: The shaft is 18 inches long.

Varioconnect 12

The VarioConnect 12 is a refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has 12 braille cells with integrated cursor routing keys located left and right of the display; alternatively, a navistick (mini-joystick) can be used to place the cursor. The VarioConnect 12 includes a six-key braille keyboard with which the user can type notes. The seventh braille key located in the middle of the keyboard allows brailling while s

Varioconnect 24

The VarioConnect 24 is a refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 24 braille cells with integrated cursor routing keys located left and right of the display; alternatively, a navistick (mini-joystick) can be used to place the cursor. The VarioConnect 24 includes an eight-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The unit can be used to read and write text messages and operate a mobi

Varioconnect 32

The VarioConnect 32 is a refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 32 braille cells and integrated cursor routing keys located left and right of the display; alternatively, a navistick (mini-joystick) can be used to place the cursor. The VarioConnect 32 includes an eight-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The unit can be used to read and write text messages and operate a mobil

Varioconnect 40

The VarioConnect 40 is a refreshable braille display and braille keyboard designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a display with 40 braille cells with integrated cursor routing keys located left and right of the display; alternatively, a navistick (mini-joystick) can be used to place the cursor. The VarioConnect 40 includes an eight-key braille keyboard with which the user types notes. The unit can be used to read and write text messages and operate a mobi

Variopro 64

The VarioPro 64 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has a 64-cell braille display with three navigation rollers located on the front of the display, and three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display. The device requires a screen reading program such as COBRA (see separate entry). It connects to a computer through a USB (cable included) or serial port. The casing of the VarioPro 64 is made of alum

Variopro 80

The VarioPro 80 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This unit has an 80-cell braille display with three navigation rollers located on the front of the display, and three navigation keys left and three navigation keys right of the display. The device requires a screen reading program such as COBRA (see separate entry). It connects to a computer through USB (cable included) or serial port. The casing of the VarioPro 80 is made of alumi

Versakey (Model 2508)

VersaKey is an expanded keyboard designed to record, save, and recall up to 14,000 keystrokes (simple to complex) with its 60 special application keys. This independent keyboard can replace the user's existing keyboard. Additional features include sending batch commands to DOS, budgeting instructions to a spreadsheet, and sending standard paragraphs to a word processor. This product allows its users to move from system to system without retraining or duplication. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple

Versapoint Rf Wireless Keyboard

The VersaPoint RF Wireless Keyboard is a remote keyboard designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This full-featured keyboard uses USB RF wireless to provide keyboard input up to 100 feet from the computer, with no line-of-sight limitations. The keyboard has 88 keys with integrated 360-degree cursor pointing and mouse click buttons. The keyboard comes with a receiver with up to eight addresses, which are set via DIP switches in the battery compartment. POWER: Uses 4 double-A b

Vertical Wobble Switch (Model 1070, 1070-8)

Vertical Wobble Switch, models 1070 and 1070-8, is a single switch activated by bending a flexible rod for individuals with severe physical disabilities. The switch is designed to be activated by any action or gross body movement. It will activate any device attached to it and then will return to its original position. The switch is mounted vertically on a base and secured with four rubber suction cups. DIMENSIONS: 6 x 6 inches with a 5-inch long shaft.

Victor Reader Stream Cd Edition

The Victor Reader Stream CD Edition is a handheld digital talking book and MP3 player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It differs from the standard Victor Reader Stream (see separate entry) in that it does not require a PC for loading digital talking books and other content such as e-text files, music, podcasts, and voice recordings. The player comes with a CD player accessory that connects to the player via the included USB cable and can transfer DAISY books dir

Vip

VIP is an optical character recognition (OCR) program and low vision reading system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The program scans printed documents, books, and magazines and reads them aloud. Text also appears on-screen in the user's choice of font, letter size, letter spacing, colors, format, and presentation. Once configured, the program is controlled with four large buttons on a trackball mouse. Presentation options include text filling the full screen (W

Virtual Keyboard

The Virtual Keyboard is an optical keyboard designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or neurological disabilities. The keychain-sized unit projects a virtual keyboard on any flat surface and advanced optics track the user's finger movements on the projected keyboard. The projector can be paired with a smartphone, laptop, or tablet computer and connects via Bluetooth wireless technology. POWER: Uses the included rechargeable lithium-ion battery (USB cord included). The ba

Visikey Enhanced Visibility Wireless Internet Keyboard And Mouse

The VisiKey Enhanced Visibility Wireless Internet Keyboard and Mouse is a large print keyboard with optical mouse designed for use by individuals with low vision. This keyboard has letters 430 percent larger than on a standard keyboard. It has the standard 104 keys, including function keys, punctuation keys, media buttons, and 15 hot keys that enable one touch access to multimedia and Internet functions. The keyboard also includes an optical mouse with touch sensors and a PS/2 connection. The mo

Visikey Wired Enhanced Visibility Internet Keyboard

The VisiKey Wired Enhanced Visibility Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. This keyboard has letters 430 percent larger than on a standard keyboard. It is the standard 104 keys, including function keys, punctuation keys, media buttons, and 15 hot keys that enable one touch access to multimedia and Internet functions. The keyboard includes PS/2 and USB connections. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers and Macintosh computers. SYSTEM

Vision-Eaz

VISION-EAZ is a complete set of peel-and-stick keytop overlays for typewriter and computer keyboards designed for use by individuals with low vision. The VISION-EAZ labels enlarge the keyboard's letters, numbers and function key symbols four hundred percent. These labels fit all standard keyboards and are made of five milimeter vinyl.

Visionboard

The VisionBoard is a large print keyboard with large keys designed for use by individuals with low vision, arthritis, and/or fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities. Although the keyboard is standard sized, the keys are double the standard key size. The keys also have extra- large lettering. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers and Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: IBM and compatible computers without a standard PS/2 port require a PS/2 to USB Converter. Mac

Visionboard2 (Models Vb2 & Vb2Y)

VisionBoard2 is a large key, large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision, arthritis, or fine motor disabilities. This keyboard has large tying keys and oval function keys. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, or MAC OS 10.1.5 or higher and a USB port. DIMENSIONS: 19 x 1.5 x 7 inches. The keys are 1-inch square. COLOR: Model VB2 has a black case with white keys. Mode

Visual Assistant

Visual Assistant is a cognitive aid, prompter, and job aid designed for use by individuals with cognitive and memory disabilities or brain injury. This program is software for a personal digital assistant (PDA) and provides visual and verbal cues to assist the user in performing individualized tasks set up by a caregiver, coach, or other interested party. Visual Assistant is sold as standalone software; with a dedicated PDA pre-loaded with the software; or with a Pocket PC cellular telephone pre

Viziflex Seels

Viziflex Seels are plastic protective covers for computer keyboards. The transparent plastic covers are placed directly over the keyboard and protect the keys from liquids and dust. Viziflex Seels are available for almost all keyboard configurations.

Voice Activated Switch

The Voice Activated Switch can operate battery driven devices and toys. The switch can be operated by talking, whistling, blowing, or making any sound into the microphone built-in to the top of the switch casing. After receiving sound input, the switch activates the device to which its one eighth inch cord is attached. The switch comes with an adjustable neck strap. POWER: Rechargeable 9 volt battery and 115 volt charger (both included).

Voice Controlled Switch.

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Voice Synthesizer Module (Model V8600A)

The Voice Synthesizer Module, model V8600A, is a speech synthesizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This modular voice synthesizer includes an onboard RC8650 chipset, enabling it to automatically convert plain English text into a high-quality male voice. Applications include voice output for optical character recognition, email, vending and ticketing machines, automatic teller machines (ATM), GPS navigation systems, and dial-up information systems. This synthesi

Voicenote Bt

VoiceNote BT is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Input is made through a nine-key braille keyboard while output is delivered through synthetic speech. The notetaker has a Windows CE operating system and a program suite that includes a word processor that can read and write files in Microsoft Word format; a planner with a calendar, scheduler, and diary with audible alarms; an address list manager; an e-mail program with POP3 access; a scientifi

Voicenote Qt

VoiceNote QT is an electronic notetaker designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. Input is made through a standard alphabetic (QWERTY) computer keyboard while output is delivered through synthetic speech. This notetaker has a Windows CE operating system and a program suite that includes a word processor that can read and write files in Microsoft Word format; a planner with a calendar, scheduler, and diary with audible alarms; an address list manager; an e-mail program with PO

Vs Virtuaclick

VS VirtuaClick is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This program provides access to mouse click features in Windows applications for individuals who have difficulty using a mouse. The program can also operate with a head-mouse or another alternative input device. The program performs mouse clicks for the user when the mouse pointer dwells at a position. The program can do all standard click types and performs mouse clicks in

Vt2

The VT2 is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking. It is accurate to 0.5 degree. The VT2's standard data rate is over 80 frames per second (FPS). Its typical operating distance for head motion is 13 x 6.3 x 15.8 inches. It can be used with communication software, to send email, to surf the web, to

VTech Talking Whiz Kid Super Animated Kids Laptop Toy

The VTech Talking Whiz Kid Super Animated Kids Laptop Toy is designed for children with low vision. The VTech Talking Whiz Kid Super Animated Kids Laptop Toy is a learning tool for children ages 6-10 (Grades 1-5) that offers 27 educational activities designed to develop cognitive skills. Activities include Vocabulary, Math, Time, Logic/Music/Animation. User-friendly features include fun animation and an encouraging voice to help children learn; 1 and 2 player modes with six learning levels; fun

Vxi Ct Switch

The VXI CT Switch is a voice input control switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit allows the user to alternate a headset between a personal computer (PC) and telephone by pushing a button. Reception stays open on both sides at all times, enabling the user to hear computer prompts while speaking on the phone. Features include microphone mute, reception volume control, and a handset/headset switch. The unit conne

Vxi Talkpro Computer Headset

The VXI TalkPro Computer Headset is a headset for computer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision, severe physical disabilities, or upper extremity disabilities. This monaural headset is designed for computer voice input and incorporates a noise canceling microphone and VXI Translator software, which optimizes voice band response and reduces distortion. The software works with all desktop and laptop sound cards, including older, non-standard sound cards. The headset has

Wafer Switch (Model 50180)

The Wafer Switch, model 50180, is a touch switch designed with five membrane switches in one low-profile housing designed for use by individuals with gross motor skill use and a large range of motion. This switch is a multiple switch used to control any device that requires five single switches for operation, such a as a wheelchair or a communication aid. It may also be used to control up to five separate devices which are operated with a single switch. This switch has five large, slightly reces

Wave Switch-Adapted Trackball

The Wave is a switch-adapted trackball designed for classroom use by individuals with limited hand control, motor skill or hand-eye coordination disabilities, and/or involuntary muscle spasms. Intended to provide plug-and-play access to classroom computers, this device features an oversized trackball with free-running movement that requires only the slightest touch. Color-coded buttons allow for left/right clicks, as well as drag lock, enabling users to "lock on" to a screen object so it can be

Web Lv

Web LV is a voice output Internet access device and word processor designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device allows the user to access the Internet and do personal computer functions such as e-mail and word processing without a personal computer. Commands are entered through a keyboard and Pick `n Click (PnC) menus. Using a phone line or network connection, the device provides e-mail and Internet access through speech synthesis and screen enlargement. It can b

White On Black Braillelow Vision Keyboard Label

The White on Black Braille Low Vision keyboard label is a keytop overlay set designed to make computer keyboards accessible to individuals who are blind or have low vision. These dual-purpose labels have large print markings together with Braille symbols. The complete set has 108 labels, including dual markings for number keys. COLOR: White letters on a black background.

Wico Touchscreen Stylus

The WICO Touchscreen Stylus is a stylus for touch screen designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity or fine motor disabilities or arthritis. A stylus with a soft cloth tip (included) is mounted on a ring holder that fits on any finger, eliminating the need to grip or squeeze the stylus. The stylus can be extended from the ring holder or retracted into the holder using a sliding button. The manufacturer states that the WICO Touchscreen Stylus is appropriate for use with the B

Wing Shape Gel Keyboard Palm Rest (Model Swr1875)

The Wing Shape Gel Keyboard Palm Rest, model SWR1875, is a keyboard wrist support designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. Intended to prevent wrist strain while working on the computer, this rest is made of gel-filled Lycra, has a curved edge facing the user, and sits in front of the keyboard to provide wrist support. DIMENSIONS (LxW) 3 x 18.75 inches. COLOR: Black.

Winscan

WinSCAN is a single switch control interface designed to provide independent control access to programs for individuals who are single switch users. This product allows the user to navigate through Windows, choose program icons and run application programs and games. WinSCAN works by superimposing a scanning control display window in front of an application program. The display contains words or icons to represent the functions needed to navigate and operate the software. The display can be pos

Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 (Model Kxa-00001)

The Wireless Laser Mouse 7000, model KXA-00001, is an ergonomic mouse and screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This right-handed rechargeable laser mouse has a 2.4 gigahertz (GHz) wireless transceiver with a range of up to 30 feet. A magnifier button on mouse allows the user to point and click to enlarge and edit onscreen details. The Windows Flip feature allows the user to switch between open windows by clicking a button. The scroll wheel allows four-way scrolling.

Wireless Mouse

The Wireless Mouse is a communication device accessory designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This mouse can be used as an access device for ComLink Communicators (not included; see separate entries) to activate speech output. It can also be used in programming the ComLink. The mouse uses a small USB-powered radio transmitter that plugs into one of the ComLink's USB ports and then communicates wirelessly with the mouse.

Wireless Oyster Mouse

The Wireless Oyster Mouse is an ergonomically designed mouse designed for individuals with carpel tunnel or repetitive stress injuries. Mouse can be adjusted to 5 different angles to intuitively find the best posture for the user. The mouse is ambidextrous allowing an equally comfortable computing experience for both right and left handed users. Five positioning angles (10 Total) 20-30-40-50-60 degrees-left & right. Five programmable click buttons with common shortcut keys & scroll whee

Wireless Switch Link

The Wireless Switch Link is a control input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit is an infrared two-switch interface for remote computer operation. The device comprises a receiver that plugs into the serial port of a computer and a transmitter into which switches (not included) are plugged for use at a remote location.

Wisp 2000

WISP 2000 is a control switch interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This wireless device has built-in sip/puff capability and it can be used with any other ability switch connected to the built-in three millimeter stero jack to create wireless control. This switch can transmit two switch closures, and can be used as a remote switch interface for single switch scanning software or for any device controlled by a single or dual switch. WISP 2000 can also be us

Without-Mouse

Without-Mouse is a mouse emulator program designed for use by people with fine motor or neurological disabilities and others who are unable to use a computer mouse. This software allows a person to navigate a Web page by using just the arrow keys on a keyboard to move the cursor to any pages content elements, eliminating the need for a mouse or touchpad. The user presses the "Enter" key to "click" on a link. Without-Mouse is available for individual users as a browser add-on for Internet Explore

Wobble Switch

The Wobble Switch is a touch switch designed to be activated by any body part for individuals who have physical disabilities. Through swiping action or any gross body movement, this switch will activate any switch adapted device and then return to its original position when released. It is mounted on a gooseneck an a cast iron base.

Wobble Switch (Models 1060 & 1063)

The Wobble Switch on 13-inch Gooseneck is a touch switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities. A swiping motion or other gross body movement will activate the switch; when released the switch returns to its original position. The awitch is mounted on a flexible gooseneck. Model 1060 is mounted on a microphone stand with a cast iron base. Model 1063 has an accessible wheelchair clamp. DIMENSIONS: The gooseneck is 19 inches long.

Woodpecker

Woodpecker is a switch or joystick computer control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This hardware interface connects to a computer's serial port and can be used with one or two switches or with a joystick. The hardware comes with two software programs: JoyMove, which enables the user to move the mouse cursor on the screen using a joystick connected to the hardware interface; and Woodsoft, which allows the user to make action-reaction gam

Woodpecker Usb

Woodpecker USB is a switch or joystick computer control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This hardware interface connects to a computer's USB port and can be used with one to five switches or with a joystick. The hardware comes with two software programs: JoyMove, which enables the user to move the mouse cursor on the screen using a joystick connected to the hardware interface; and Woodsoft, which allows the user to make action-reaction g

Worcester Wire Information Processing Accessories

Wire computer accessories to handle, store, transport computer printouts or magnetic media. Nickel chrome or vinyl coated.

Wordwise Intellikeys Bundle

The WordWise IntelliKeys Bundle is a vocabulary tutorial program and keytop overlay set designed for use with children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. The set includes the WordWise software (see separate entry) with six sets of 80 words from Attainment Company on a Macintosh/ Windows CD-ROM and the appropriate IntelliKeys (see separate entry) overlay that works with all word sets. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The

Workmod Wrist Saver (Model Nc73580)

The WorkMod Wrist Saver, model NC73580, is a keyboard wrist support designed to stabilize the wrist in the correct position for typing to minimize fatigue and repetetive motion injuries. The device consists of a platform which slides under and elevates any keyboard at the correct angle and a wrist rest that extends along the width of the keyboard. The unit includes a grounding cord for static control.

Wrist Cushion For Mouse

The Wrist Cushion For Mouse is a wrist support for mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive strain injuries. The mouse cushion is filled with ergoBeads, which cushion and massage the wrist and forearm. It contours to any computer mouse and can also be used as a squeezable stress reliever. It is also freezable for extra cooling relief. COLOR: Black, gray, blue, or burgundy.

Wrist-Eze Products (Models P, Rb, & Rbc)

The WRIST-EZE PRODUCTS, models P, RB & RBC, are designed to assist in maintaining the recommended ergonomic position for wrists and hands when typing at a keyboard for persons with RSI (Repetitive Stress Injury). Each of these models are intended to keep the users wrists in a neutral position. These wrist supports are also designed to help prevent RSI. DIMENSIONS: Model P: 1 x 11.25 (depth) x 20.50 inches; Model RB: 7/8 x 2.50 (depth) x 20.50 inches; Model RBC: 7/8 x 2.50 (depth) x 10.25 inc

Write:outloud

Write: Outloud is a voice output word processor program designed to speak letters, words, sentences and paragraphs in order to enhance user writing quality for children with low vision or severe physical or cognitive disabilities. This program reads each word as it is typed for consistent auditory feedback, and it can also reads any electronic text, enabling students tp research and present reports. Included imported graphics can also be used to prompt and support writing with the "get picture

Write:outloud To Go

Write:Outloud To Go is a voice output word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disaibilities. This system combines Write:Outloud (see separate entry) software from Don Johston, the Dana portable word processor from Renaissance Learning (see entry), and a VoiceCard. Students can use it to take notes in class, collect research in the library, or write essays with speech feedback. Auditory support helps the student self-evaluate voice, word choice, and sentence fluency. Informat

Writeonline

WriteOnline is a voice output word processor program, word prediction program and on-screen keyboard program designed for individuals at all ability levels, including people with learning disabilities, dyslexia, low vision, or cognitive disabilities. It has a wide range of accessibility options for users who cannot use a mouse or keyboard, including individuals with upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. The user can install the program from CD or access the program over the Interne

X-Keys Controller (Usb)

The X-Keys Controller (USB) is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a compound programmable keyboard and joystick designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The patented built-in joystick offers precise control with little movement and the design permits additional contr

X-Keys Desktop

X-Keys Desktop is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a keypad with 20 user-programmable keys that provide one-button access to shortcuts such as macros and hotkeys. Users can create their own macros with keystroke programming. The keyboard comes in USB or PS/2 versions. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: For PC, 2000, XP, or Vista operating system. For Mac, OSX o

X-Keys Foot Pedal

The X-Keys Foot Pedal is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a programmable keyboard designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The unit provides three foot pedals that can be programmed to replace keyboard commands; a separate command can be programmed with the pedal

X-Keys Pro

The X-Keys Pro is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a programmable keyboard designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The unit provides 58 user-programmable keys that accept multiple keystrokes, enabling multiple keystrokes to be programmed to a single key. Informa

X-Keys Usb Switch Interface

The X-Keys USB Switch Interface is a computer control input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit enables up to 12 single switches (not included) to be connected to a computer to activate standard or onscreen keyboard and mouse commands. The unit is programmable by flipping a switch on the side of the unit, pressing a switch, and keying the desired function or sequence from the main keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computer

Xl Print Apple Advance Keyboard

The XL Print Apple Advance Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. This plug-and-play keyboard requires no special software, it connects to the computer via a USB cable. The keyboard has a slimline design and offers soft touch keystrokes for quiet typing. It also features two USB 2.0 full speed ports for additional expansion. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh personal computers (PC). SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Mac OS X version 10 or later. DIMENSIONS

Xl Print Logicskin Keyboard Cover

The XL Print LogicSkin Keyboard Cover is a large print keytop overlay designed to make Apple Macintosh desktop computer keyboards accessible to individuals with low vision. Made from high-grade silicone, this washable cover stays in place and protects the keyboard from spills or dirt. The alphanumeric characters are printed in large type and include numbers, punctuation and other functional keys, such Tab and ESC. Letters are presented in upper case only. COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with Apple Mac

Xl Print Logicskin Keyboard Cover For Macbook

The XL Print LogicSkin Keyboard Cover for MacBook is a large print keytop overlay designed to make Apple MacBook laptop computer keyboards accessible to individuals with low vision. Made from high-grade silicone, this washable cover stays in place and protects the keyboard from spills or dirt. The alphanumeric characters are printed in large type and include numbers, punctuation and other functional keys, such Tab and ESC. Letters are presented in upper case only. COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with

Xl Print Pc Slim Line Keyboard

The XL Print PC Slim Line Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. This plug-and-play keyboard requires no special software, it connects to the computer via a USB cable. The keyboard has a slimline design and offers soft touch keystrokes for quiet typing. It also features two USB 2.0 full speed ports for additional desktop expansion. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers (PC). SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Wind

Yogitype Keyboard

The Yogitype Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for users prone to repetitive stress injuries. The keyboard is a standing design that folds open like a book. It is a hingable and foldable keyboard with touch buttons on the outside, illuminated buttons on the inside. Designed so users hands never obstruct the view of the keys. Active support of users forearm and hand. Has wrist rests which can be set at users desired distance from keyboard.

Zoom Capture

The ZoomCapture combines optical zoom and high-definition video so the user can quickly and effectively zoom in to resolve the finest details of a chalkboard, whiteboard or Powerpoint, or zoom out to see what’s happening, allowing the user to engage in and keep up with any presentation.

Zoom-Twix

The Zoom-Twix is a video magnifier and optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals with low vision. This system combines a digital scanner and OCR with a zoomable long distance camera to capture and magnify what's on a blackboard or whiteboard or on a desk, all controlled from a laptop computer keyboard. The foldable stand holds two autofocus cameras, while the edges of the stand and its anodized aluminum support legs act as an alignment guide for material to be sc

Zoomcaps

ZoomCaps are large print keytop overlays designed to make computer keyboards accesible to individuals with low vision. The alphanumeric characters are printed in large 40-point type and the labels affix to the top of the keys. Letters are presented in upper case only. There are ninety-one labels per set including labels for all alphanumeric keys and for many special keys (Esc, F1, Shift, Ctrl, etc). COMPATIBILITY: Sets are available for use on IBM and compatible keyboards and for Apple Macintosh

Zoomtext Large-Print Keyboard

ZoomText Large-Print Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with low vision. Each key and button label has 36-point text and a high-contrast color scheme. The keyboard has sixteen dedicated buttons for Zoomtext screen magnification / screen reader software (see separate entry). These dedicated buttons allow the user to start ZoomText, change magnification levels, toggle screen enhancements, and launch AppReader and DocReader. The user can reassign the keys to preferre

Zoomview (Model 1-03919-00)

ZoomView, model 1-03919-00, is a screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This video display magnifier can be used with a computer monitor or a television with a screen up to 25 inches diagonal measurement. This flat plastic magnifier uses Fresnel optics to provide magnification up to 60% larger than the original image.

 
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