Examples Of AT

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Nov 17, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Examples Of AT





Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)



Non
-
S
lip Materials



Universal cuff/strap to hold items in hand



Color coded items for easier locating



Adaptive eating utensils



Adaptive drinking devices



Adaptive dressing equipment



Adaptive devices for hygiene



Adaptiv
e bathing devices



Adaptive equipment for cooking



Communication



Communication board with pictures/words/objects




Eye gaze frame




Simple voice output device



Voice outp
ut device with icon sequencing



Voice outp
ut device with dynamic display



Voice outpu
t devic
e with speech synthesis



Composing Written Material



Word cards/book/wall



Pocket dictionary/thesaurus



Writing templates



Electronic/talking spell checker/dictionary



Word

processing with spell checker



Talking word processing



Abbreviation/expansion



Word pr
ocessing with writing supports



Multimedia software



Voice recognition software


Examples Of AT







Computer Access



Keyboard with accessibility options



Word prediction, abbrev./expansion to reduce keystrokes



Keyguard



Arm support



Track ball/joystick with on
-
screen keyboar
d



Alternate keyboard



Pointing options/Head mice



Switch with Morse code



Switch with scanning



Voice recognition software



Control of the Environment



Light switch extension



Interface and switch to activate

battery operated devices



Interface and switch
to turn on electrical appliances



Radio/ultra sound t
o remotely control appliances



Electronic aide to daily living controlle
d through augmentative
device



Hearing



Pen and paper



Computer/portable word processor



TTY/TDD with or without relay



Signaling de
vice



Closed Captioning



Real Time Captioning




Computer aided note taking



Flash alert signal on computer



Phone amplifier

Examples Of AT





Personal amplification system/Hearing Aid



FM or Loop system



Infrared system




Learning/Studying



Print or picture schedule



Aids to

find materials (e.g. color
coded folders)



Highlight text



Recorded material



Voice output rem
inders for assignments, tasks



Electronic organizers



Pagers/electronic reminders




Single word scanners



Hand
-
he
ld scanners



Sof
tware for concept development



S
oftw
are for organization of ideas



Hand
-
Held computers



Math



Abacu
s/Math Line



Enlarged math worksheets



Alternatives for answering,
explaining or giving examples



Math “Smart Chart”



Money calculator/Coinulator



Tactile/voice output measuring devices




Ta
lking watches/clocks



Calculator with or without print out




Calculator with large keys and/or display




Talking calculator



Cal
culator with special features

Examples Of AT





On
-
screen/scanning calculator




Alternative keyboard



Math software



Softwar
e for manipulation of

objects



Voice re
cognition software




Mobility



Walker



Grab bars and rails



Manual whee
lchair including sports chair



Power
ed mobility toy



Powered scooter



Powered wheelchair



Adapted vehicle for driving



Motor Aspects of Writing



V
ariety of pencils and pen
s




Pencil/pen with adaptive grip



Adapted paper (e.g. raised line or highlighted line)



Slantboard



Prewritten words/phrases



Templates



Portable word processor



Computer with word processing



Voice recognition software



Talking calculator



Position and S
eating



Non
-
slip surface on chair



Bolster,
rolled towel, blocks for feet



Adapted/alte
rnate chair, sidelyer, stander

Examples Of AT





Custo
m fitted wheelchair or insert



Reading



Predictable books



Changes in text si
ze, spacing, color, background



Book adapted for page turnin
g



Use of pictures/symbols with text



Talking electronic device to speak challenging words



Single word scanners



Scanner with Optical Charact
er Recognition and talking word
processor




Electronic Books



Recreation



Toys adapted with V
elcro, magnets, handles
, etc.



Toys adapted for single switch operation



Adaptive sporting equipment



Universal cuff to hold crayons, etc.




Modified utensils



Arm

support for drawing/painting



Electronic
aids to operate TV, VCR, etc.



Art software



Games on the computer



Other
software



Vision



Eye glasses



Magnifier




Large print books



CCT
V (closed circuit television)



Screen ma
gnifier (mounted over screen)



Screen
magnification software



Screen color contrast

Examples Of AT





Screen reader, text reader



Braille materials



Braille translation s
oft
ware



Enlarged or Braille/tactile labels for keyboard




Alterna
te keyboard with enlarged keys



Braille keyboard and n
ote taker