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Assistive technology

What are they?

Support products, also known as technical aids, are products that allow and facilitate the performance of certain actions that would be very difficult or even impossible for the individual alone. They allow people who use them to avoid the different difficulties that they have when using a part of their body damaged, lost or not working properly.

Screen reader

It is an application for computers and mobile devices that interprets and reads (with a voice system) everything that happens on the screen to allow access to blind people.

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Screen magnifier

It is an application for computers and mobile devices that enlarges what happens on a screen and applies visual improvements to allow access by people with low vision.

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Assisted listening systems

They are devices that increase and improve the sound and the understanding of the voice in concrete or daily situations to allow people with hearing impairments to hear.

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With this process we turn information from different materials into formats that are files with accessible formats such as PDF, Word, etc.

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Discover how a person with low vision can see the blackboard and other materials

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