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Inglis

2600 Belmont Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131
United States
Phone: 215-878-5600
Founded in 1877, Inglis is a thought leader caring for people with disabilities. Serving 1,000 people daily in the Philadelphia Region by supporting independent, community living through adapted technology, innovative day programming, employment services and by offering accessible, safe and affordable housing. Inglis also has a long-term care community for 252 residents with physical disabilities.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Communication, Learning, Low Vision, Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, School
Environments: Accessibility, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation

Insidevision Inc.

30 Saint Cloud Avenue
Needham, MA 02492
United States
Phone: 781-799-2971
Insidevision is the manufacturer of insideONE - the very first Windows-10 high definition touchscreen tablet with a fully integrated, superior quality 32-cell refreshable braille display. insideONE enables easy communication between blind and sighted people by facilitating instant back and forth translation from braille to text. Users can choose integrated virtual Braille or QWERTY keyboards.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Communication, deaf-hard-of-hearing
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School
Environments: School, Work

Irie-AT, Inc.

3636 SE Midvale
Corvallis, OR 97333
United States
Phone: 888-308-0059
IRIE-AT brings the best assistive technology training and products to people with vision disabilities in order to enhance daily lives.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Low Vision
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Jabbla

Victoriastraat 52
Gent, 9000
Belgium
Phone: +32 9 331 58 58
Jabbla develops AAC solutions such as Tellus, Mobi, Zingui, Smart (communication devices) and Allora (text based communication device). Software: Mind Express (communication software), SprintPlus (dyslexia), Eurovocs Suite with DocReader (talking word processor), KeyVit (onscreen keyboard) and Skippy (word prediction).

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Communication, Learning, Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Kurzweil Education

17855 N. Dallas Pkwy. Ste 400
Dallas, MA 75287
United States
Phone: 800.894.5374 x634
Kurzweil Education: Learning without boundaries, without barriers.
Developing the ability to independently access any content on any device is an important skill for students with learning differences. Our products unlock their potential to access curriculum materials, build literacy and accessibility skills, and make real academic progress.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Cognitive, Communication, deaf-hard-of-hearing, Learning, Low Vision, Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

LessonPix

35246 US Hwy 19 N #139
Palm Harbor, FL 34684
United States
Phone: 727-437-2465
LessonPix provides high-quality, low cost custom visual materials for individuals with special needs.<br />
Parents and professionals can use any online device to create hundreds of materials such as:<br />
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AAC Overlays<br />
Picture Cards for Exchange Systems<br />
Printable Games for Visual Learners<br />
and much more!

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Communication, Learning, Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

Lingraphica

103 Carnegie Center
Princeton, NJ 08540
United States
Phone: 609-275-1300
For 30 years, Lingraphica has researched and developed our technology. The result is intuitive, easy-to-use AAC devices, language apps, and online therapy software.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Communication
Ages / Populations: Adult, Senior / Aging
Environments: Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation

LoganTech

327 Huntingdon Ave
Waterbury, CT 06708
United States
Phone: 866-962-0966
Based in Waterbury Connecticut, LoganTech manufactures and offers both Augmentative Communication devices and Braille support through ProxTalker and 6dot brands of products.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Communication, Learning
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

LVI Low Vision International

Verkstadsgatan 5
Vaxjo, 35246
Sweden
Phone: +46 (0)479 72 77 00
LVI Low Vision International with over 35 years in the industry designs and develops products with high standards for reliability, simplicity and serviceability.
We work towards even more innovative solutions that will make every day easier for people with visual disabilities.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Low Vision
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Web accessibility, Work

MatchWare

311 S Brevard Ave
Tampa, FL 33606
United States
Phone: 813-254-6644
Mind Mapping Software
The global leader in mind mapping software

MindView is a professional Mind Mapping software that allows you to optimize brainstorming sessions and present ideas visually. MindView's Mind Mapping capabilities are an effective way to organize and develop ideas, outline reports and streamline decision-making.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Learning
Ages / Populations: Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School
Environments: Academic Institution, Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Work

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