Resources in this category are primarily targeted to software and devices to assist people who are blind or have low vision disabilities to operate computers.

  • AccessDome. A resource for people who have low vision, are blind or are print-restricted Internet users and companies and organizations that work with them.
     
  • AmbuTech. A variety of tips, and the premier support canes, all designed for people who are blind or have low vision.
     
  • American Foundation for the Blind. AFB materials and other information.
     
  • Ai Squared. Developer of screen magnification and screen reading software for the low-vision community.
     
  • Ambutech. Supplier of canes for persons who are blind or have low vision.
     
  • American Council of the Blind. Provides general information about the Council, including recent issues of their monthly publication, The Braille Forum.
     
  • American Printing House for the Blind, Inc. Promotes independence of blind and people who have low vision by providing special media, tools, and materials needed for education and life.
     
  • Betsie Home Page. The jump-off point to the text-to-speech enhanced version of all BBC On-line sites.
     
  • Bookshare.org. Subscription service for books in digital accessible format.
     
  • Braille Formats. The rules of Braille Formats: Principles of Print to Braille Transcription 1997.
     
  • Camera Obscura. Camera Obscura is a meta-index with etext archives, electronic reading rooms, news, and literature designed to be easily accessed by blind individuals using speech-synthesis and/or refreshable-braille display.
     
  • Canine Companions for Independence. A nonprofit organization that provides highly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities and to professional caregivers providing pet assisted therapy.
     
  • Dragon Systems Inc. Dragon speech input systems.
     
  • Duxbury Systems Source for DBT and MegaDots braille translation software.
     
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind. Provides Guide Dogs and training in their use to people who are blind or have low vision throughout the United States and Canada.
     
  • Gus Communications Multimedia Speech System. Source for speech output and computer access software.
     
  • IN CUBE Enhanced Access. Speech recognition system from the Command Corp.
     
  • Information on Vison Loss. Summary of information on vision loss and blindness.
     
  • Low Vision Gateway. A starting point for low vision resources on the Web.
     
  • National Federation of the Blind. Information about the NFB and other resources for people who are blind or have low vision.
     
  • Recording For the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB&D). A national nonprofit organization that serves people who cannot read standard print because of a visual, perceptual or other physical disability.
     
  • Royal National Institute for the Blind. Support and advice for people who are blind or who have low vision in England.
     
  • Screen Magnifiers. A resource on screen enlargement and speech technologies.
     
  • Southeastern Guide Dogs. Offers, free of charge, a unique opportunity to achieve independent travel with safety and dignity to blind men and women, through the use of professionally and humanely trained guide dogs.
     
  • The Seeing Eye. Enhances the independence, dignity, and self-confidence of blind people through the use of Seeing Eye dogs.
     
  • Vision Technology - Low Vision Aids, Products for Macular Degeneration Since 1992, Vision Technology has revolutionized how people with low vision engage with essential, everyday activities and consequently improved their quality of life. The company's ground-breaking product line has redefined desktop video magnification by setting new standards in the features, and production, of low vision products.
     
  • VoicePrint. A free 24-hour news and information audio service in Canada.
     
  • VOILA Technology, Inc. Provider of Enableware for people with Macular Degeneration, Low Vision, Blindness, a Learning Disability or other disabilities.