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The Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) is a non-profit membership organization of manufacturers, sellers, and providers of technology-based assistive devices and/or services. ATIA has an annual conference, supports assistive technology research, and ongoing assistive technology education.
Augsburg College maintains a web site listing free or low cost assistive technology organized into the following categories: reading and literacy; writing; notetaking; diction/speech-to-text/speech recognition; mind mapping and brainstorming; study skills and aids; organization and task management; time management and distraction free; research; stress management and relaxation; vision; hearing and auditory; communication; and built-in accessibility.
Disablity Advocacy Resource Unit (DARU) promotes and protects the rights of people with disabilities in Australia. DARU has an extensive resource library and provides many publications free of charge. DARU's Easy English Writing Style Guide is an excellent resource. SCOPE Australia also has an excellent easy English guide - Clear Written Communications.