The Simon Technology Center (STC) is dedicated to making the benefits of technology more accessible to children and adults with disabilities.
Wearables | Accessibility Dot: The first wearable device that you can feel & read & learn braille
This pocket-printer is capable of printing and scanning documents in Braille. It looks easy to operate and when supporting technology is available, I am sure it will be a great help.
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.
NEW APPS for the BLind and VI: Touch Screen Braille Keyboard, VoiceDream Writer and More! https://adaptedinnovation.wordpress.com/2015/02/07/top-3-new-apps-for-the-blind-and-visually-impaired/
✔ Codeybot: Meet The Robot Who Teaches Kids To Code! - YouTube ll How awesome is this?! Codeybot is a cute, customisable robot that is so awesome for #edtech! https://www.speechmark.net
7 things you didn\'t know you could do with a Chromebook. They may seem small and look underpowered, but they're powerful on the Web with the Chrome browser and Chrome Store.
Shaggies pencil gripper fidgets
The Tactile Switch Set contains two wonderfully textured switches - one with vibration, one without.
Pillow Switch has a soft surface that makes it better for head or cheek activation.