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Microsoft Accessibility Technology for everyone

Accessibility enables people of all abilities to realize their full potential. Microsoft creates technology that is accessible to people around the world—of all ages and abilities

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Alternative input devices allow individuals to control their computers through means other than a standard keyboard or pointing device. Examples of assistive technology products:http://www.microsoft.com/enable/at/types.aspx


Also I came across the below links of assistive tools, it’s informative:

Students with hearing impairment:

http://sjnconcepts.com/a-Hearing%20Impaired.html

Technology for reading:

http://sjnconcepts.com/a-Reading.html

Vision Impairment:

http://sjnconcepts.com/a-Vision%20Impaired.html

Technology for writing:

http://sjnconcepts.com/a-Writing.html


Use of these assistive technologies can make a remarkable contribution to make our Election System accessible to everyone.

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