Each person has unique abilities and disabilities. The Nevada Assistive Technology Resource Center works with people on an individual basis to find the device that works best for his or her lifestyle.
Below are some examples of the devices stocked in NATRC’s lending library.
iPads and iPods
Both Macintosh devices operate via touchscreen and can run other programs, including text-to-speech applications and Internet browsers. The devices are light, making them easy to transport, and easily customizable, depending on what programs are purchased or downloaded.
Dragon Naturally Speaking software
This computer software allows a person to work within Windows applications, such as Microsoft Word, or browse the web through dictation. The software uses voice recognition to quickly type or navigate as the computer user speaks.
The Optelec Compact
This device capture images of small text and then magnifies it to a readable size. This version is made to be small enough to easily transport around.
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