Enabling Technologies. Much of their core business is providing equipment and training for professionals within the workplace primarily with Neurodiversity (Dyslexia, ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Conditions) as well as other neurological disabilities such as Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. Products include assistive hardware, assistive software, ergonomic furniture and accessories, visual solutions, and voice recognition systems. Updated
Ergonomic Arm Rest ErgoArm Adjustable Computer ArmRest with Mouse Pad also see their other ergonomic items such as the
FlagHouse large-print keyboard with color-coded keys (both Ctrl keys are red, Alt is orange, etc.), therma-wraps, percussion instruments for kids, scooters, Snoezelen, head-pointers, and many other assistive equipment. FlagHouse is a global supplier of equipment and resources for physical education, sports, fitness, and recreation and for health, special needs, special education, sensory integration, and multisensory environments. We offer more than 20,000 innovative and quality products and solutions to enhance the lives of people of all ages and abilities.
Handshoe Mouse ergonomic mouse for relief from repetitive stress or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Humanware computer tools that empower people to compete effectively in a sighted world. Provides intuitive, intelligent solutions that enable their customers to participate effectively in today's information intensive and highly mobile society.
Tools for Life Georgia Tech's Assistive Technology Act Program —options for using assistive technology (Georgia) Updated
Unicorn Quest is a typing tutor game for children and adults with one hand or missing fingers (Windows and Mac versions available) (in English and Estonian—looking for translators for other languages).
The Web Diva for the Accessible Techcomm website since 2012. Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication. STC member since June 1979. A founder and former webmaster for the STC Special Needs Committee, which became the STC AccessAbility SIG (2001-2011).