Stay Alert with SquareGlow HomeKit

The SquareGlow™ HomeKit is the all-in-one home doorbell and phone alert system. The company that created this amazing device is deaf-owned and aims to serve the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. How does it work? Users are alerted when they have an incoming landline call, video call or visitors at the door. The device […]

SIGN-O Entertains While Teaching Sign Language

BINGO! In the U.S., this popular game of chance is played everywhere from charity events to church halls. And while bingo is a fun, social activity to play with family and friends, it can also be used as a learning tool. SIGN-O is a bingo game CD-ROM designed for users to learn American Sign Language […]

Opening Windows 10 to Everyone

Microsoft’s mission is to “empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more.” This kind of inclusivity is especially apparent in the Windows 10 update that launched earlier this summer. The update will vastly improve the system experience for all users, especially those with disabilities. Internally, the Windows accessibility team members refer to […]

Create Your Own Music with The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute is for people who love music but can’t physically play instruments. This amazing device gives people with disabilities the chance to make their own music, even if they can’t use their hands. The Magic Flute is an electronic version of a wind instrument played through speakers. Physical challenges aside, those who want […]

Stay Alert and Aware with the HomeAware Smartphone App Signaler

Getting out of bed isn’t easy for many people. And those people with hearing impairments have the added difficulty of not being able to hear an alarm to help them wake up. In comes the HomeAware Smartphone Signaler. The Signaler alerts you to your morning alarm. In addition, it alerts you to your mobile calls, […]

Z-Vibe Motor Tool Aids in Speech and Sensory Difficulties

As small children learn to talk, speech errors are quite common. Learning how to say all the different sounds in words takes years to develop. However, by the age of eight, kids should be able to say all sounds in English with no major errors. Otherwise, it can be a sign of an articulation disorder. […]