To accommodate mobility impairments, Donka uses a variety of assistive technology, both software and hardware for a user to access a computer with independence. They include voice activation software, alternative keyboards and key guards, switch access, head mouse, on-screen keyboard, and mouse options like a Kensington trackball or mouse keys.
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Trackball in the middle allows users to rest their hand while guiding mouse with a push of a finger. Trackball buttons are programmable
Alloes those who cannot use their hands to perform computer functions by allowing the user's head to contral the mouse
Hook to the computer for fast and easy access to programs
Used to send signals to computer using air pressure by "sipping" (inhaling) or "puffing" (exhaling) on straw or tube
Powerful, easy-to-use alternative keyboard that plugs directly into a standard keyboard port and runs any software that responds to keyboard commands
Speech recognition sofware program that enables students to create documents and email, surf the web, navigate their desktop and more-all by voice
Movable, resizable on-screen keyboards that enables the user to transparently enter text into Windows applications with any pointing device, including mice, trackballs, switch, and head mouse
Study and writing tools, including Solo 6, MyStudyBar, WordQ/SpeakQ, word predictions and read-back features
Communication tools to give non-verbal children and adults a voice
iPad Accessibility includes VoiceOver, Speak, Guided Access and Siri. iPad Apps include: Dragon Dication, bookreading apps, various note-taking apps and annotations apps
Online resources designed to encourage literacy, communication and independence for persons with disabilities