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Grid 3 

Grid 3 software empowers people with disabilities to communicate, control their environment and control their Windows computer. You can use Grid 3 with every type of access, from eye gaze and switch technology to touch and pointing devices. 

Grid 3 includes a wide range of robust resources, designed for people of all ages with different levels of literacy.

With Grid 3, you can do so much more than speak!

  • Stay in touch with family and friends using email, SMS and Facebook

  • Stay entertained with built in music, video, YouTube and camera

  • Stay connected with the accessible web browser

Mind Express 5

Communication software Mind Express 5 helps people to communicate using symbols and text, or a combination of both. Mind Express incorporates more than 20 years of experience supporting users worldwide with cerebral palsy, autism (ASD), selective mutism, MS, MND, Down’s syndrome, aphasia, etc. in their daily activities.

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Look to Read

Look to Read enables children with disabilities to experience and enjoy books independently. Suitable for eye gaze, switch and touch access.

Look to Learn

Look to Learn is a motivating and fun way to get started with eye gaze technology. With over 40 specially created activities developed in consultation with teachers and therapists, Look to Learn helps to improve access and choice making skills.

Dwell Clicker 2

Dwell Clicker 2 is a Windows application that allows you to use a mouse or other pointing device without clicking buttons. It is ideal for people with RSI and people who use alternative pointing devices such as a headpointer or joystick.

My Own Voice 

My-Own-Voice is a software program that allows you to synthetically recreate your own voice through the process of voice banking. My-Own-Voice creates a synthetic voice, very much like the user's own, that can be employed with an assistive device to read any text keeping the essence of the original voice in terms of timber, accent, and intonation. 

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