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Keyboards Standard Keyboard with keyguard Keyboard Glove Keyboard Glove with stickers
Alternative Keyboards Large Keyboard Miniature Keyboard Ergonomic Keyboard Overlay keyboard
Alternatives to the Mouse Rollerball and Joystick Touchscreen
Switches Switch Control of Battery Toys & other devices Switch Box
Portable Writing Devices Laptop Computer Portable word processor Handheld Computer
Alternative & Augmentative Communication Specialised Electronic Commands Simple Voice Output ICT to make communication charts and books Dynavox BigMack AMDI Tech/Talk 8
Voice Recognition Manipulating the computer using voice commands. May offer increased opportunities for students with physical and/or learning difficulties. Careful consideration for classroom use
Visual Impairments Extra large keyboard and high contrast for visually impaired. Use of the Microsoft accessibility options Specialised Devices CCTV Pointer Trails
Hearing Impairments Use of the Microsoft accessibility options Specialised devices Video Caption Reader Alerting Device Text Telephone
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Overview of Assistive Technology Adams 12 School District Assistive Technology Team.
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Computer Access and Augmentative Communication Jill Ethridge, OTR/L Janie Cirlot-New, M.S., CCC/SLP National AgrAbility Workshop Jackson, MS November 14,
11.10 Human Computer Interface www. ICT-Teacher.com.
Services to Students with Disabilities California State University, Sacramento AIRC (916)
A SSISTIVE T ECHNOLOGY Suffolk Public Schools. W HAT IS A SSISTIVE T ECHNOLOGY ? IDEA 2004 defines assistive technology services (AT) as “Assistive technology.
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