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Last revised: January 15, 2008.

Change How to Choose Appropriate Adapted Technology

An article by Kelly Pierce on how not to buy something best left in its box.
http://www.empowermentzone.com/atchoice.txt

Axistive Assistive Technology News Portal

Website providing news and reviews on assistive technology.
http://www.axistive.com/

Using a Computer

Aroga

Assistive technology for physical access to computers. A Canadian company; page in French and English versions.
http://www.aroga.com/

New Conversay

Providing solutions that enable voice interaction with networked information, including the Internet where other interfaces are difficult or impossible.
http://www.conversay.com

Dragon NaturallySpeaking

Work with PCs using Windows entirely by voice.
http://www.dragontalk.com/

Logitech

Computer peripherals, like cordless keyboards and mice. Regional offices around the world; websites tailored for individual countries and languages.
http://www.logitech.com

Madentec

Head-pointing, large-key keyboard, on-screen keyboard, more.
http://www.madentec.com/

NaturalPoint

Optical tracking systems: a hands-free mouse; head tracking.
http://www.naturalpoint.com/

Prentke Romich Company

Augmentative communication solutions, and accessories; computer access hardware and software.
http://www.prentrom.com/

Via Voice

IBM speech recognition software lets you use the power of your voice to surf the Web, execute online transactions, dictate text and access information by speaking into a computer microphone, mobile device or a telephone handset.
http://www-3.ibm.com/software/speech/

 

Manipulating Books

Adapt-A-Lap, Inc.

A light-weight portable desk that supports books and portable computers at the height and angle desired.
http://www.adaptalap.com/

Atlas Ergonomic Book & Copy Holders

Several designs, with accessories. Different heights and angles. Adaptable for limited hand strength; survives mouth sticks.
http://www.bookandcopyholders.com/

TouchTurner

Holds a book and turns its pages. Controlled with single lever, large target, or sip and puff.
http://www.touchturner.com

 


 

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