Assistive technology


BJLive! logo

We started in 2002, when Joaquín Romero, who suffered from multiple sclerosis, decided to combat the disease and become deeply committed to this endeavor. Joaquin and his brother Borja, both technical engineers, decided to improve Joaquin's quality of life by automating his home. This became their first project of BJ Adaptaciones, the assistive technology company for the spanish market, and consolidated our mission to offer solutions to people who suffered from a disability.


Inclusive TLC's logo

In 2001, with over 30 years experience in the field of special education and Assistive Technology in the UK, Inclusive brought their highly successful products to North America, establishing Inclusive TLC.


CEAPAT's logo

CEAPAT is the Spanish National Reference Centre for Personal Autonomy and Technical Aids. Its aim is to contribute to making the rights of persons with disabilities and older persons effective, through integral accessibility, assistive products and technologies and design for all.


Smartbox´s logo

Smartbox create and supply solutions to help people with disabilities communicate, access computers and control the environment around them; combining the latest technology with the very best software.


RESNA's logo

RESNA, the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America, is the premier professional organization dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of people with disabilities through increasing access to technology solutions.


The University of Washington, commonly referred to as simply Washington, UW, or informally U-Dub, is a public flagship research university based in Seattle, Washington, United States. Founded in 1861, Washington is one of the oldest universities on the West Coast.

Source: Wikipedia


Imagen de la página web de WebbIE

The WebbIE software programs are programs that make it easier for blind and visually-impaired people, especially using screen readers, to browse the web, get the latest news, listen to podcasts and radio stations and other common tasks. They work with any screen reader, including JAWS, WindowEyes, Thunder, NVDA and Narrator. They have been provided completely free since 2001 by Dr. Alasdair King.


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