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Assistive Technology Solutions

There are many different types of Assistive Technology, specifically designed to help with a wide range of tasks.

Assistive Technology can be used by people of all ages to support a wide range of disabilities or impairments including dyslexia, dyspraxia, visual impairments, physical disabilities and many others.

Assistive Technology breakdown

There are a number of different Assistive Technologies available.

By breaking down each section this will give you an idea of what AT solution can benefit you the most.

Text to speech Software

Text-to-speech software allows your computer to read web pages, text documents, emails, and PDF documents out loud in a lifelike voice. The majority of text-to-speech software now comes with extra features to help users.

Visual stress

Blurred letters or words, headaches, and trouble tracking across a page are all symptoms of visual stress. Colored overlays, which are placed over text to make reading more comfortable, are one type of assistive technology that can aid with visual stress.

Captioning

Captioning can help individuals keep up with important meetings, webinars, video contents and event live in person events & lecturing by captioning any content in real time so the user can look back on important information after and annotate and edit this content to suit their needs.

Mind mapping

Users may build maps and diagrams to represent their ideas via mind mapping, which is a well-known learning and organisational tool. It may be used for brainstorming, note-taking, revising, illustrating concepts, problem solving, and planning articles, projects, and presentations, among other things.

Maths support

There are both online and standalone materials available to help people of all ages learn mathematical concepts such as number sense, scale, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. These apps are made to make it simple to keep track of your progress.

Visual impairment software

Individuals with various stages of vision loss might benefit from a number of popular visual impairment applications. These devices can convert text to Braille, enlarge text, read text aloud, and do much more.

Reading and writing support

Individuals with reading and writing difficulties can benefit from a variety of assistive technology. Software that helps with spelling, grammar, vocabulary, literacy, and phonics is available.

Typing tutors

Typing Tutors help individuals to type quickly and accurately when using a computer, which in time can benefit reading, comprehension, vocabulary and spelling skills.

Speech Recognition

Individuals can use speech recognition software to convert their spoken words into digital text. It also allows you to use your voice to navigate around your computer, create and edit documents, access the web, and send emails. Speech recognition software can be up to three times as fast as typing.

Note taking support

There is a large range of note-taking assistance technology available, the majority of which help to remove the challenges of writing while listening. Individuals can also use technology to assist them organise and edit notes they’ve taken in order to better understand what they’ve learned.

Ergonomics

Ergonomics may help those with physical disabilities while also lowering the danger of repetitive strain injury (RSI). Technology in this area covers things like different mouse devices, keyboards, workstations, and seats.

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