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  • 1. TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 2. Technology Products  The following slides are examples of technology designed for individuals with learning disabilities.  There may be variations and options to every item listed. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 3. Kurzweil 3000  Kurzweil 3000 is the comprehensive reading, writing and learning software solution for any struggling reader, including individuals with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, attention deficit disorder or those who are English Language Learners. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 4. Claro Read  ClaroRead Plus provides text-to- speech support tools that allow computer users to read and write independently. By making a computer speak any text with a human voice, text documents can be proofed out loud along with web pages, e-mails and any other text. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 5. Others  WYNN from Freedom Scientific  Read&Write Gold from TextHelp Systems  K-Reader Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 6. Co Writer  Co:Writer is a powerful word- prediction program created for struggling writers to help expand their vocabulary and improve written expression. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 7. Cube Writer  On-screen keyboard and writing program that meets ALL computer user needs. CubeWriter allows users of all ages and abilities to write with a computer in a non-conventional way. ◦ Use the mouse, keyboard, adaptive keyboard, switch/scanning, or touchscreen. ◦ Personalized word lists to write with ease. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 8. Fusion Writer  Text to Speech  Read-back options  Large LCD with adjustable font size  Word Prediction with WordStorm  Writing Support Options  Keyboard Instruction Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 9. Dragon Naturally Speaking  Small business and home PC users can create documents, spreadsheets, and e-mail with this top-rated voice- recognition software. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 10. Quicktionary Pen  The QuicktionaryII enables users to scan a single word or full line of printed text and translate or define single words, see and hear the scanned word(s) read aloud. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 11. Inspiration  Inspiration® is the essential tool students rely on to plan, research and complete projects successfully. With the integrated Diagram and Outline Views, they create graphic organizers and expand topics into writing. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 12. Mindfull  MindFull has been specifically developed to help people with disabilities e.g. dyslexia. The program keeps complexity down while still retaining the functionality of a concept map. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 13. HearIT  Hearit is a powerful assessment auditory tool designed for clinicians to use with children and adults experiencing more severe attention, hearing difficulties, such as ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, auditory processing problems and TBI. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 14. MathPad  MathPad is the perfect tool for students who have difficulty doing math with pencil and paper or who need help organizing or navigating through math problems. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 15. Destination Math  a motivating and challenging K to 12 math curriculum that helps teachers reach all students in new and refreshing ways.  Featuring sequenced, prescriptive, step-by-step instruction, Destination Math helps students develop fluency in critical skills, math reasoning, conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills. Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 16. Concepts for Inclusion & Transition  Alternate formats  Extra time  Return homework in alternate formats  Preferential seating  Ask the individual what may work  Be willing to try Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 17. Contact Info  Kevin Forde-Nihipali, Director of Training  414 Kuwili Street, Suite 104  Honolulu, HI 96817  808-532-7115   Copyright ATRC 2010
  • 18. QUESTIONS Copyright ATRC 2010