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Celebrating over 20 years of Assistive Technology
In 2013, Compusult celebrated a 20-year milestone of supplying Assistive Technology products, services, and training. Compusult continues to grow with new products, expanded training services and customized solutions for individuals, business and organizations.
Compusult has a wide range of innovative software and Assistive Technology products marketed internationally, primarily in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Pacific Rim. Compusult's workplace adaptation products allow organizations to economically and reliably create accessible workplaces for employees with disabilities. Our team of AT product specialists and trainers are ready to help you find the products you need and support you in using them effectively.
The Jouse has been featured in a CTV News article that shows the ability to use it for gaming as well as work.
Conferences, Workshops and Sessions for 2013-14
Thank you to the volunteers and organizers of all the events we have taken part in this past year, specifically Closing the Gap Conference, Tools for Life Conference, Ability Starts Here and Rehab Tech. These conferences and exhibitions were a huge success and we were happy to be a part of them.
We are also available to discuss accessibility options with parents, employers, educators and other interested parties. We regularly provide orientation sessions for community groups, schools and businesses throughout the year.
Do you or your staff need more information about Assistive Technology options?
We offer training courses in common AT software packages such as JAWS, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, Kurzweil 3000, ZoomText and others. We also administer courses that teach other skills and knowledge in areas such as Word, Excel and how to create accessible documents for your users.
To find out more about our courses, our how your session can be customized, click here.
Spotlight on Products
Compusult is always looking for new effective products that increase access. We are an authorized distributor of many products and can locate others based on your requirements. If you have any further questions about our products or services, please contact us at 888-745-7914 to talk to our AT team.
Sale on iPad Cases for Selected iPad Models
All prices posted in Canadian dollars.
Colors will vary according to availability at the time of order.
Handheld Video Magnification: The Presto-Lite (a desktop magnifier) and the handheld Smartlux Digital Magnifier both have multiple color settings and exceptional optical quality at high magnification. Another mobile magnification option is the Snow 7 HD Magnifier, with 12 color modes, close and distant object magnification and screenshot functions.
Hands-free brace for any magnifying device: U See is another magnification device that provides a stable hands-free brace design for hard to read documents. Use your own device and slide it across the U-See bar for smooth movement while viewing a wider area.
Wireless switches based on body motion: OAK Air Switch is a device already in use by the medical profession and has been adapted to allow people who usually rely on physical switches to use small and large body movements to act as a switch. Look for a summary in our July 2013 newsletter.
Dialing by voice: Vocally allows people to dial a land line phone with their voice. It is a portable standalone product that does not require a computer to function. If you can carry a chocolate bar, you can take this with you. Look for a summary of the product in our October 2013 newsletter.
To receive a quote or discuss your AT needs, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our monthly AT newsletter covers a range of disability and accessibility interests.
Check out our newsletter for Assistive Technology tips, items of interest for disability and assistive technology field, and reviews of new Assistive Technology products across multiple platforms.
We are interested in announcing more events related to accessibility and opportunities for people with disabilities. If you have any suggestions, please send them to us.
We are also looking for some stories from and about AT users. Have you used Assistive Technology successfully to study, work or to participate in activities? We would like to share your successes and advice with our readers. Email us at email@example.com with your information.
Compusult's Closed Caption Video of NTV News Spotlight