Sites on how computers can help people with disabilities and sites on assisting people with disabilities to use computers.
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A UK based charity helping disabled adults and children use computers and the internet by adapting and adjusting their technology. Includes details of their London assessment centre.
Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA)
A group of IT and assistive technology companies working to create and harmonize standards for accessible technology. Background information, list of members, news, and resources.
Center for Accessible Technology
Resources and services on the use of computer technology for people with disabilities.
Computer World: Blind Users still Struggle with 'Maddening' Computing Obstacles
Experts say there has been little progress in providing accessible Web sites and software that are usable by the 1.3 million blind Americans who don't get to experience the full richness of the Internet and the world of personal computing.
Fosters digital inclusion across all platforms and computer-based systems to help accessing, processing and creating digital content for the blind and visual impaired.
A free and open-source screen reader for MS Windows. Includes download details and support.
Trace Research & Development Center
Focuses on making computer and information technologies more accessible to everyone.
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