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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

Forbes AAC

49 S. Illinois Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44905
United States
Phone: 419-589-7688
For over 28 years FRS Custom Solutions has been designing, manufacturing and distributing innovative AAC products. Our new WinSlate Enable Eyes systems are setting a new standard for eye tracking. And don’t miss our hugely popular ProSlate series of Apple based devices. Our products are truly "Better by Design".

Areas of Focus

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

Google, Inc.

1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
United States
Phone: (650) 253-0000
Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Cognitive, Communication, 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

Hamilton CapTel

1006 12th Street
Aurora, NE 68818
United States
Phone: 402.694.5101
Dedicated to delivering innovative solutions that make phone conversations simple and accessible for individuals with hearing loss, Hamilton® CapTel® makes it possible to listen while reading word-for-word captions of everything said to a user on the phone. Available on CapTel phones, PC/Mac, Smartphones, Tablets - and now on Cisco business phones!

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: deaf-hard-of-hearing
Ages / Populations: Adult, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Accessibility, Home, Independent Living, School, Work

HelpKidzLearn Inc.

Inclusive Technology
Oldham, Ol3 5FZ
United Kingdom
Phone: +441457818790
HelpKidzLearn offers subscription services to special education settings.
“Games and Activities” is an extensive collection of accessible, engaging, game-based learning.
“ChooseItMaker3” enables teachers to create personalised learning activities which can be played off-line on students’ tablets.
“Insight” harnesses eye-gaze technology to assess each individual’s learning helping guide their progress.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Cognitive, Learning
Ages / Populations: Adult, Early childhood, Higher education, Post-Secondary, School, Senior / Aging

HIMS

4616 W. Howard Ln, Suite 960
Austin, TX 78728
United States
Phone: 512-837-2000
HIMS is a global leader in the development of assistive technology for the blind and visually impaired since 1999. We offer handheld, portable, transportable and desktop Video magnifiers as well as Braille Notetakers, Braille Displays and DAISY players with built in OCR.
Our US headquarters is centrally located in Austin, Texas and is responsible for all our North American operations.

Areas of Focus

Disabilities: Blindness, Low Vision
Ages / Populations: Higher education, School, Senior / Aging
Environments: Academic Institution, Home, Independent Living, Rehabilitation, School, Work

HumanWare

1 UPS Way, PO Box 800
Champlain, NY 12919
United States
Phone: (800) 722-3393
HumanWare is the global leader in assistive technology for people who are blind or have low vision. HumanWare offers a collection of innovative products, including the BrailleNote Touch, the first Google certified braille tablet, Brailliant braille displays, the popular Victor Stream, the Prodigi DUO, Desktop and Connect and a new family of handheld magnifiers, the explorē.

Areas of Focus

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

Inclusive TLC Special Needs

2206 Legacy Oak Drive
Waxhaw, NC 28173
United States
Phone: (800) 462-0930
Internationally recognized in the field of special education and AT for computers, tablets and iDevices, providing access solutions including eye gaze technology, switch accessible software and communication aids, as well as the popular HelpKidzLearn website and the 2014 CODIE award winning ChooseIt!Maker 3

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

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