Information on assistive technology and where to get training, advice and support.
Section on Special Educational Needs, ICT and assistive technology.
Training courses and workshops to help you get the most out of what technology can offer.
A partnership between Disability Federation of Ireland and Enable Ireland to ensure people with disabilities don’t get left behind by advancements in technological innovation – they hold regular CHAT (Community Hub for Assistive Technology) events on different aspects of assistive technology.
Discussion Paper by Enable Ireland and Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) (2016).
All about the range of Assistive Technologies (ATs) and Inclusive Technologies available to support you – sections on Note Taking, Reading, Writing, Recording, Organising, Collaborate, Magnify, Mindset, Communicate, and Google, Microsoft and Apple assistive technology tools.
Factsheets and webinars on assistive technology, including step by step guides on setting up your computer and software to meet your individual requirements.
Great section with information on digital accessibility.
My Computer My Way – info to help make your device easier to use.
All about Apple accessibility features and accessories.
All about Microsoft accessibility features, products, resources and support.
Microsoft Soundscape App: free app that allows anybody with low vision or visual impairment to hear the physical world around them, enhancing independence and mobility.
Guidance and toolkits for organisations and developers on developing accessible ICT.
Multi-sensory programme delivered through Wicklow Libraries that can help children and adults improve their typing, reading and spelling skills. Aims to build literacy skills and increase confidence in users as they master the art of keyboarding. Contact Ballywaltrim Library via Tel: 01-2723205 or email: email@example.com