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AbleData  http://www.abledata.com

AbleData provides objective information on assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources to consumers, organizations, professionals, and caregivers within the United States. We serve the nation's disability, rehabilitation, and senior communities.

AbleData's most significant resource is the AbleData database of assistive technology, which contains objective information on almost 40,000 assistive products. For each product, we provide a detailed description of the product's functions and features, price information (when available), and contact information for the product's manufacturer and/or distributors. We also offer information on non-commercial prototypes, customized and one-of-a-kind products, and do-it-yourself designs. To select products most appropriate to your needs, we suggest combining information provided by AbleData with professional advice, product evaluations, and hands-on product trials.


Alliance for Technology Access  http://www.ataccess.org

The ATA is a national network of community-based resource centers, product developers, vendors, service providers, and individuals. We provide information and support services to children and adults with disabilities, and work to increase their use of technology.

  • Frequently Asked QuestionsMany of the questions on this page contain links to other sources for a greater depth of coverage. Links include:
    • the ATA book Computer and Web Resources for People with Disabilities
    • resources from the ATA website
    • resources on the World Wide Web

American Foundation for the Blind  http://www.afb.org/

American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) works to remove barriers, creates solutions, and expands possibilities so people with vision loss can achieve their full potential.  AFB devotes a section of their website to assistive technology resources for people with vision loss including links to screen readers for blind individuals, screen magnifiers for low vision computer users, devices for reading and writing with low vision, braille watches, and braille printers.  AFB also provides a searchable database of assistive technology products.


Boundless  http://www.boundlessat.com

Boundless Assistive Technology proudly offers the world's best Assistive Technology products, service, and support. With over 30 years of combined industry experience our goal is to provide you with the best Assistive Technology buying experience. With the finest products on the planet, lifetime product support, and world class service we guarantee we will exceed your expectations.


Enablemart   http://www.enablemart.com

Enablemart is a world leader in assistive technology for those with blindness, low vision, hearing loss, learning disorders and other disabilities. We have been supporting the special needs community for more than a decade by providing all the most demanded learning curriculums, augmentative devices, large key and large print keyboards, Braille displays, alternative input devices, switches and amplified phones. We carry the best name brands in assistive tech products like Dragon Naturally Speaking, Edmark Reading, Claro and Livescribe pens.


                 

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