Other Accessibility Resources
Links verified 1/2/2018
- Accessibility Technologies in Mac OS X - A wide variety of features and technologies specifically designed to provide accessibility to users with disabilities.
- Apps For Children With Special Needs - large list of free educational apps available from an app store
- Chess - Play UA-Chess - Can be concurrently played by people with different abilities and preferences, including people with disabilities. (e.g., low-vision, blind and hand-motor impaired).
- CLC STAR - Allows users to easily setup preferences for how they want pages presented to them in Firefox.
- Crick Software Learning Grids - This site contains FREE high-quality resources for Clicker, ClozePro, and Wordbar.
- L.A.T. Kids - " LifeShare Assistive Technology Project, The LifeShare Foundation in Jackson, Mississippi. Its mission is to better the lives of children with disabilities through the use of technology. L.A.T Kids offers for download all of the software and resources it develops, free of charge, and in Mississippi currently offers one-on-one consulting with children, parents, teachers and therapists, also free of charge"
- Microsoft Accessibility - Web site with Product Information - how to make the computer easier to see, hear, and use.
- Microsoft Accessibility Tutorials - Step by step tutorials introduce you to some of the most commonly used accessibility features.
- Microsoft Guides by Impairment - Each guide provides a list of assistive technology products and links to Step by Step Tutorials for accessibility features that are helpful for specific types of difficulties and impairments. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Open Source Assistive Technology Software
- Special Education Apps - from a site named Teach With Your iPad
- Technology Guide to Assist Students with Visual Impairments in Meeting Curriculum Goal - This guide provides a sequential framework addressing a range of technology options to meet the general learning expectations from Kindergarten to Grade 12. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Using Assistive Technologies:
- Web Tools - Free videos to show solutions on making the web more accessible for people with vision, hearing or other disabilities [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Widgit Resources - Resources using symbols; select the ones that are free; resources to be used by CIP Communicate: In Print 2, Boardmaker files, WWS Writing with Symbols 2000 v2.6 and PDF format.