For Disabled People, Assistive Technology can be life-changing. In fact, access To Assistive Tech is a Human Right not an employment perk.
Not having access to assistive technology can mean the difference between full and equal access to the internet and computer operating systems or exclusion from digital participation.
Specialized technologies such as screen readers and magnification for blind and visually impaired people and text-to-speech software for individuals with dyslexia and other neurodivergent conditions go beyond the standard accessibility features built into Microsoft and Apple computers.
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