Everyone Can UK is a brilliant way to connect disabled people to technology and gaming. Including assistive technology assessments and gaming sessions, so lots of fun and a chance to make some new friends too!
Smart box provide Assistive Technology for everyone, from devices to software. They also provide training and information for their communication devices.
A not-for-profit communication aid centre which supports communication and learning needs of children and adults who need Alternative and Augmentative Communication and Assistive Technology. CandLE work with families, schools, residential homes and local community groups. By supporting Special Schools they can deliver the right literacy programme for the relevant curriculum needs. They offer assessments, advice and training as well as ongoing support. Our particular specialist areas are implementing and developing communication systems, supporting severely disabled students to access the mainstream curriculum and sustained involvement and networking with families and disability rights groups. They also have a commitment to a person centred approach.
Sensory Education Ltd provide a vast range of sensory toys and educational toys, they also provide equipment for sensory rooms including lighting.
StageText creates live captioning for theatres, cultural events, cinema for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Providing a range of teaching resources for additional needs including Downs Syndrome, ADHD, Autism, SPD, Anxiety, Dyslexia & Dyspraxia.
Excitim Special Needs Toys offers a range of toys and tech that is ideal for special needs kids. This includes switch adapted toys, sensory toys and some awesome tech stuff, all perfect for special needs kids!
Experia Sensory are passionate about providing sensory equipment. There high-quality range of toys are designed to encourage learning and development, whilst providing a fun experience for the user.
Speak for Yourself is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) application that was created by speech-language pathologists. This AAC app turns the iPad into a communication device to give a voice to adults and children who are not able to speak or are limited in their ability to express themselves verbally.