Examples of Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology: Supporting People and Businesses

The term “Assistive Technology” encompasses a broad range of ‘low- or high-tech’, ‘modified or adapted’ technologies that help individuals with a range of cognitive/learning, print, visual and physical abilities and disabilities. These include hearing loss, low vision, blindness, cognitive delays, Dyslexia, limited mobility and dexterity, difficulties with speech,  traumatic brain injury, anxiety, PTSD, and others that may be a result of our natural aging process, accident, or disability.

Adjustable Monitor and Keyboard

Adjustable Monitor and Keyboard

Redefining What’s Possible for People with Disabilities

Whether it is in the workplace, the community, or in the home, Assistive Technology is enabling individuals with varying abilities and disabilities to be more productive, self-confident and independent.
A wide range of assistive technologies is redefining what is possible for all individuals in and outside of the workplace.  These innovative technologies are changing the way employers and those around us perceive the talents and potential of those with individuals with varying degrees of abilities.

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Refreshable Braille Display

Refreshable Braille Display

Adaptive trackball mouse

Adaptive trackball mouse