AbleData provides objective information on assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources to consumers, organizations, professionals, and caregivers within the United States. We serve the nation's disability, rehabilitation, and senior communities.
Indra´s objective is to develop solutions and services that enable people with some form of disability to have a greater degree of autonomy in terms of an independent life, access to education or accessible employment, among others.
Liberator Ltd was established in 1991 and is a member of a consortium of companies that are pioneers in AAC.
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.
With over forty years experience in the design of trackballs, Pretorian Technologies is ISO 9001:2008 registered for the design and manufacture of human input devices for the Special Needs and Industrial markets. Through the combination of state-of-the-art design techniques and manufacturing expertise, Pretorian Technologies products are sold worldwide via a large network of Distributors and specialist OEMs.
Enabling Devices is a company dedicated to developing affordable learning and assistive devices to help people of all ages with disabling conditions. Founded by Steven E. Kanor, Ph.D. and originally known as Toys for Special Children, the company has been creating innovative communicators, toys and switches for the physically challenged for more than 35 years.
AMDi is a U.S.-based corporation with its headquarters in Farmingdale, NY and manufacturing facilities in Hong Kong. AMDi focuses on the design, engineering, and manufacturing of high-quality and easy-to-use communication devices for special-needs customers in both private and public sector applications, AMDi's success lies in its commitment to its customers.
At AbleNet, we're dedicated to making a difference in the lives of people with disabilities by creating assistive technology products that transform their lives in simple, tangible, and powerful ways. We believe that all people deserve the tools to help them learn about, interact with, and participate in the world around them. Whether that's a child in the classroom, an adult recovering from an injury, a veteran with a permanent disability, or a senior who wants to remain at home, AbleNet is there to provide an "easy tech, easy value" approach to helping people improve their lives.
Spectronics is Australia’s largest supplier of special needs software and assistive technologies. We prefer to think of our range as “inclusive learning technologies”, being those technologies which foster real success and real inclusion in educational or community-based settings.