This presentation describes various assistive technology usages.
An invisible light beam carries sound from the source to a personal receiver. Different types of attachments may be connected to the personal receiver such as a neck loop or a behind-the-ear silhouette inductor. The telecoil then picks up sound from the receiver via the attachment.
Braille printers receive data from computer devices and emboss that information in Braille onto paper through the use of solenoids that control embossing pins.
Daily Routine Checklist
A checklist can help students plan, organize, and keep track of the tasks that need to be completed.
A device that enables users to control input through a stick that they manipulate with their head. The wand is attached to the head using a stretchy band.