Augmentative and Alternative Communication.
Software that supports input to the computer by devices other than the standard keyboard or supports output from the computer in formats other than those normally provided by the standard monitor.
Adapted Keyboard/Switch Access
Software created or modified to allow adapted access via touch boards, touch screens, switches with scanning, single hand or finger keyboard use.
Toy that can be made accessible through simple adaptations such as switches.
A hardware device that replaces or works in addition to the standard keyboard and is positioned to meet the specific needs of the user.
Software that allows the user to add to or change its content.
Basic Living Skills
Software that enhances an individual’s ability to survive in society, from sight words to job readiness.
Software that translates from English to Braille, Braille to English, or functions as a Braille training program.
A hardware device that allows input to the computer via a Braille style keyboard or specific keys on a standard keyboard that function in Braille patterns.
A hardware device that produces hard copy Braille or paperless, refreshable Braille as output from the computer.
Software in which one specific action produces an effect such as a specific sound or graphical output. Can be used with any kind o