Membership Directory

Members

Daedalus Technologies, Inc.

2511 Vauxhall Place
Richmond, BC V6V 1Z5
Canada
Phone: (800) 561-5570
DAESSY Mounting Systems - Making Technology More Accessible since 1986. The leader in mount systems, supports and stands for AAC devices, computers, tablets and switches. A customizable component based system to fit users\\\' individual needs.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Communication, 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

Dancing Dots Braille Music Technology, L.P.

1754 Quarry Lane
Valley Forge, PA 19482
United States
Phone: 610 783-6692

Areas of Focus

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

Dolphin Computer Access

475 Wall Street
Princeton, NJ 08540
United States
Phone: (866) 797-5921
21st century assistive technology for blind & low vision students. Tablet or laptop, SuperNova's agile magnification is crystal clear, with THE best touchscreen access.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Cognitive, Learning, Low Vision, 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

Don Johnston, Inc.

26799 W. Commerce Dr.
Volo, IL 60073
United States
Phone: 847-740-0749
Growing up with dyslexia, Don Johnston has personal passion for helping students read and write. This passion is channeled into developing life-changing accessible technologies and curriculums which are used across thousands of schools. Their top products include Snap&Read, uPAR, First Author, Start-to-Finish, and Co:Writer.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, 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

Duxbury Systems, Inc.

270 Littleton Road #6
Westford, MA 01886
United States
Phone: 978-692-3000
Home of DBT WIN DBT MAC, NimPro, QuickTac & PerkyDuck software for easy as well as expert braille in over 142 languages, math and graphics, even easy to do tactile maps!. DBT works with access technology! Supports all braille embossers. The World braille leader since 1976.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, 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

Enablemart: A Division of School Health

5600 Apollo Drive
Rolling Meadows, United States 60008
United States
Phone: 8663235465
Enablemart serves Assistive Technology Specialists and consumers with an outstanding selection of over 3,000 products along with personalized service. As part of the School Health Corporation, we are dedicated to enabling people to learn and perform to the best of their abilities.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Cognitive, Communication, deaf-hard-of-hearing, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Learning, Low Vision, 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

Enhanced Vision

5882 Machine Drive
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
United States
Phone: (888) 811-3161
Enhanced Vision is the leading developer of innovative products designed specifically for people who are legally blind, have macular degeneration, or other low-vision conditions. Offering a comprehensive line of electronic magnifying solutions, we provide individuals with the ability to read, write, enjoy hobbies, maintain an active lifestyle and remain independent.

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

Eschenbach Optik of America

22 Shelter Rock Lane
Danbury, CT 06810
United States
Phone: 800-487-5398
Eschenbach is a leading manufacturer of innovative magnification solutions for the visually impaired. Eschenbach offers desktop and hand-held video magnifiers plus a wide range of optical devices to provide better vision for a better life. Our portable kit is ideal for rehabilitation professionals and includes in-service training nationwide.

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

EyeControl

48 Menachem Begin St.
Tel Aviv, 6618003
Israel
Phone: 972-3-372-6263
EyeControl is the first wearable, screenless, assistive communication device. AI-powered eye-tracking technology enables locked-in individuals and ventilated patients the ability to communicate using only eye movements. Simple to use, the EyeControl improves quality of life for ALS, stroke, and other home care patients and helps ventilated hospital patients communicate directly with medical staff.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Communication
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging, Locked-in individuals
Environments: Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Rehabilitation

Eyeflite

1023 Walnut Street Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80302
United States
Phone: 8324490649
Eyeflite builds hands-free assistive technology to enable a person to perform computer-related tasks using only head movement or voice dictation. This enables a person to type, send emails and text messages, browse the web, engage with social media, and play games, all hands-free.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Mobility, Physical
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School
Environments: Accessibility, Home, Hospital, Independent Living, School, Web accessibility, Work