Apple Special Education (OS X)
Every Mac comes equipped with assistive technologies to help students with special needs experience the power and simplicity of OS X. With features like an advanced screen reader, FaceTime, and Photo Booth, OS X helps a wide range of learners get more from their Mac.
Configure a Computer for Visual Impairment (Windows 7)
According to the American Foundation for the Blind, technology has removed many barriers to education and employment for visually impaired individuals. Students with visual impairments can complete homework, do research, take tests, and read books along with their sighted classmates, thanks to advances in technology. Adults with visual impairments can continue to work and pursue a tremendous range of careers because of the use of computers and other devices. Screen readers and screen magnifiers have made using technology much easier for students and adults with visual impairments.