What is Autism Spectrum Condition and how can technology help.
Information on Communication Support Needs, AAC and Scottish legislation.
What can help with writing, reading and numeracy.
Assistive Technology has opened up a world of opportunities for people with physical support needs.
Technology has the potential to reduce or eliminate barriers to learning.
Some ways technology can help to support people with a visual impairment.
Access Technologies provide an alternative way to control a computer, tablet or smartphone.
Curriculum books in accessible formats - for students who have difficulty reading ordinary printed books.
Communication aids help people who have little or no speech to communicate with others.
Are you meeting legal requirements for computer accessibility?
Designed for students with disabilities or additional support needs.
Replaces the standard mouse so you can use your eyes to control a computer.
Using this technology to support learners with Additional Support Needs.
A detailed look at the different options.
The control of the chair is a partnership between the pilot and the chair itself.
Speak to your computer, tablet or smartphone to control it, give commands and dictate text.
Reads text from a document or web page to you using a computer voice.
Free Scottish accent and Scottish Gaelic computer voices.
A free 'text-to-speech' plugin for Microsoft Word.