AT Solutions for Blindness

 

To help an individual who is totally blind to perform the job duties or to study, an assistive technology solution typically includes a print reading system with a scanner, a screen reader for word processing, electronic communication and web access, an electronic note taker for taking notes and daily schedule management and optional Braille input and output devices.

For example, a college student who is totally blind may use an adaptive computer and communication system to perform reading, writing, taking class notes and taking exams.