Adaptive Technology Vendors
ABISee, Inc. is a leading developer of advanced high technology products for people with visual impairment. Manufactures a reading and scanning device for blind people and an advanced scanning solution for people with low vision.
Distributor of video magnification products.
Duxbury Systems provides software for braille production. The software can produce contracted and uncontracted braille, mathematics, and technical braille. Supports braille translation for over 130 languages. Supports braille graphics through Quicktac, our freeware program.
Manufacturer of technology products for those who are blind or vision impaired, and products for the special education and learning disability markets. Contact: Bill Kilroy.
The merging of two diverse product lines. One line of products promotes the safe and convenient travel for service and guide dogs. The other line provides accessible and easy to use "people technology" enabling people who are blind or visually impaired to have fun easy to use electronic products and fun gadgets.
Ictext quickly provides equal access to textbooks and course materials and reduces expenses by converting printed matter to e-text. Ictext offers texts in a variety of accessible formats.
Develops reading technology for people with learning disabilities and those who are blind or visually impaired. The roots of the company extend back to 1976 and the introduction of the world’s first reading system, the Kurzweil Reading Machine.
K-NFB Reading Technologies creates products for access to print for anyone who has difficulty seeing or reading print, including the blind and learning disabled.
(Massachusetts Equipment Distribution Program)
1380 Bay Street, Bldg. B
Taunton, MA 02780
Phone: 1-800-300-5658 (voice/TTY)
National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program
Phone: (800) 825-4595
This FCC program, coordinated by Perkins and other partners, gives people with combined hearing and vision loss access to modern telecommunication tools and the training necessary to use them. Provides accessible technology, such as braille display, mobile devices and screen readers, free of charge to people who meet federal eligibility guidelines.
New England Low Vision's two areas of expertise are providing Low Vision and Blindness Products, and customized Assistive Technology Evaluations and Training on both Low Vision and Blindness products.
Whether in K-12 or a college student, a working professional or someone at home, we endeavor to fully understand the distinctive needs of each individual, and when available work in collaboration with each clients support personnel in order to create the best possible solution. We come to you, traveling to the school, office, or home to conduct the assistive technology assessment. We then provide a unique solution based on specific needs and options available to each end-user.
Manufactures and sells the Perkins Brailler®, the world’s most widely used braille writer, and the Perkins SMART Brailler®, which incorporates computer technology to foster braille literacy for a new generation of learners. Offers an extensive line of accessible communications, technology and daily living products for people with visual impairments. Provides training, technical support and installation. Products are available online or at the Perkins Products retail center.
Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities
Verizon provides with accessible telecommunications products and services including equipment and accessible format billing statements to Verizon customers with disabilities.