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Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology, Accessible Computing, Adaptive Technology and Home Automation. These reviews and questions involves all technologies involved in using adaptive technology to make equipment functionality accessible to the disabled.

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Home Automation Assistive Technology

Assistive technology and home automation technology, adaptive technology and environmental systems to help disabled individuals in everyday life around the home.

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  • 87 replies
Wireless Headset Recommenda... - last post by javaftper

Accessible Video Gaming - XBox - Nintendo Wii - Playstation

Assistive technology including accessible video gaming using adapted controllers for the XBox, Nintendo Wii, Sony Playstation. Assistive gaming technology to enable people with disabilities play video games.

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Controller For Pc - last post by TheWhittler

Assistive Google/Android Technologies: Phones, Tablets, eReaders, etc.

Assistive technologies on devices using the Google Android Operating system, including Phones, Tablets, eReaders (book reviews, options; text-to-speech), net and notebooks, the Google ChromeBook and other technologies/equipment.

  • 63 Topics
  • 378 replies
Moto X (Motorola Cell Phone... - last post by betazoidgal

Microsoft Based Accessible Computing

Assistive technology using the Microsoft operating system. Accessibility options and adaptive applications to allow access to computers by a disabled person. Including all versions of Microsoft Windows operating system, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows, Server 2003, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me.

  • 39 Topics
  • 178 replies
Kinesicmouse - A Facecontro... - last post by Shadowcatt

Apple OSX Based Accessible Computing

Assistive technology in computers using the Apple OSX operating system, including the iPad, iPod, iTouch, iPhone range of equipment. Assistive technology and accessibility options and adaptive applications to allow access to the system by a disabled person.

  • 38 Topics
  • 187 replies
The New Iphone "5S"... - last post by Cripplezilla

Linux Based Accessible Computing

Computers using the Linux operating system. Accessibility options and adaptive applications to allow access to the system by a disabled person.

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  • 11 replies
Eye Trackers, Accessibility... - last post by Jeff Kang


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Spinal Cord Injury & Cauda Equina Syndrome Support


This website is a way for those with spinal cord injuries and cauda equina syndrome to share experiences and advice. Any medical matters, treatments or alternative therapies discussed on this website should be thoroughly reviewed by a medical professional or therapist before being acted upon. Under no circumstances should you alter prescribed medication or a medical care plan without consulting your doctor or care plan supervisor first.