Many companies aspire to develop products and more in the hopes of granting independence to individuals with disabilities. Some examples of products include any assistive device you can imagine, from AAC devices to both low and high-tech writing supports. Founded in 1988, InvoTek is an example of such company. “Since 1995, InvoTek has focused on pursuing […]
For individuals with limited mobility, they may need to use a hands-free device to operate their computers. There are several options available, such as the Headmouse Extreme or EyeGaze systems. Another possible solution for these individuals is the SmartNav 4: AT, which is another hands-free mouse! The SmartNav 4: AT comes with built-in Dwell Clicking Software and a […]
From childhood through adulthood, many individuals face challenges in reading. Fortunately, there are assistive technology options available to help these individuals. For some students, “simply hearing passages aloud is enough to understand them. Other students need leveled text.” The creators behind Snap&Read Universal believe that a reading accommodation should do both. So what exactly is Snap&Read […]
Health and proper nutrition are important for everyone – whether or not a person has a disability. However, planning, organizing, and shopping for the food that make us the healthiest can be a challenge for people with some disabilities. Intellectual challenges may make it difficult to understand which recipes are most healthy and which groceries need to […]
Craig shows us how to use the bookmarks feature in Kurzweil 3000. Check it out! To learn more about the Kurzweil 3000 program, visit the Kurzweil Education website.
By now a majority of individuals have heard of some form of wearable technology such as the smartwatch or Google Glass. A tech company in India called Ducere Tech, recently presented a newer form of wearable technology: smart shoes. The shoes are called Lechal, which translates as “take me there” in Hindi. The shoes possess a lot of potential especially for individuals […]