Assistive Technology Resources

  • Aipoly Vision (Free)

    by: Aipoly

    SubjectILS
    Accessibility FeatureVoiceOver/Screen Reader, Magnification
    PlatformiOS
    Age RangePreschool, Elementary, Secondary, Teachers

    An object and color recognizer that helps the blind, visually impaired, and color blind understand their surroundings.

    download Aipoly Vision (Free)  on the App Store
  • Alex learns to sort (Paid)

    by: Didactic Apps

    SubjectPOHI/CI
    Accessibility FeatureMagnification
    PlatformAndroid
    Age RangeElementary, Preschool

    Five different scenarios designed to help children practice logic and classify objects in their corresponding categories.

    get Alex learns to sort (Paid)  on google play
  • Algebra Touch (Paid)

    by: Regular Berry Software LLC

    SubjectMath
    Accessibility FeatureMagnification
    PlatformiOS
    Age RangeSecondary

    An educational app that teaches and allows practice of algebraic concepts.

    download Algebra Touch (Paid)  on the App Store
  • Amazon Prime (Paid)

    by: Amazon

    SubjectLeisure/Recreation, POHI/CI, Reading
    Accessibility FeatureMagnification, Speech to Text, Text to Speech
    PlatformWebsite
    Age RangeTeachers

    Amazon Prime offers Android and iOS mobile device downloads. Some free app downloads are: magnifier, text to speech, speech to text, flashlight, voice messenger, Amazon, Google search, eBay, phone caller, calculator, news reader, TV, movies, Audible books, music, compass, photo storage, games, and clock. Amazon Prime is available for $99 + tax = $104.94/year.

    https://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Prime-One-Year-Membership/dp/B00DBYBNEE
  • American Council of the Blind (ACB) (Free)

    by: American Council of the Blind

    SubjectCommunity of Practice
    Accessibility FeatureVoiceOver/Screen Reader, Magnification
    PlatformWebsite
    Age RangeTeachers

    The American Council of the Blind (ACB) is a national organization of blind, visually impaired, and sighted individuals whose purpose is to work toward independence, security, equality of opportunity, and improved quality of life for all blind and visually impaired people. ACB is also a valuable resource for information on programs and services in the blindness field and laws affecting blind persons.

    www.acb.org