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My iPad VO (VoiceOver) Controller connects to an i-device (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch), through Bluetooth (a wireless technology), through an Accessibility feature that Apple generously included in the iOS (the iPhone Operating System on all iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches) for blind people, VoiceOver. #assistive_technology #ipad #iphone #ipod_touches #voiceover #bluetooth

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Hearing Out of One Ear Better Than the Other

The website provides a description of #Assistive #Technology #Devices for the Hearing Impaired. It informs the reader about #listening devices, #alert devices, #captioning, and #telephone devices all for which the hearing impaired use. This technology will allow a person with a #hearing #impairment #disability to rely on hearing sound for their everyday use.

Released in early Fall 2012: AbleNet’s Connect access solution unlocks the power of the iPad mobile device for users with significant physical disabilities. Connect provides cutting edge accessibility, brilliant sound and exceptional design to create a one of a kind solution for the iPad. #ablenets_connect #solution #ipad #mobile #devices #handicap

#Tecla is a set of open software and hardware tools that facilitate access to mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, for those who are unable to manipulate them due to disease or disability. Tecla users can control their devices using the highly customized interfaces with which they already familiar, such as their wheelchair driving controls or adapted switches. #hardware #software #tools #facilitate #access #mobile_devices #customized #wheelchair_driving_controls

The Snail is a small rolling device that quickly and easily translates Braille into spoken words. The snail shell-like shape helps the device easily roll along lines of Braille while the pressure-sensitive pad detects the distinctive dots.

Enabling Devices is a company dedicated to developing affordable learning and assistive devices to help people of all ages with disabling conditions. Founded by Steven E. Kanor, Ph.D. and originally known as Toys for Special Children, the company has been creating innovative communicators, toys and switches for the physically challenged for more than 35 years.