What do we do here? We are here for the community of persons with adapted abilities.
Our readership is drawn from:
1. First Time Adaptive Computer Users and,
2. Service Providers, Caregivers, Educators, and Institutions.
We Seek To Supply Information:
Directed to individual consumers, service providers, educators and institutions.
Identifing past and present Archives and Collections of general and adaptive Software, Shareware, Demonstartion-ware, Freeware, Publicware, Out -Of- Copywrite-ware, etc.
Providing Low Cost, Reliable Software and Hardware Solutions available through the Internet.
Searching out shareware, freeware and commercial vendors whose products are featured as reports or reviewes by Steve [the test subject] of the SuperAdaptoid Column.
The ACSP exists to help you find a solution to your software and hardware needs.
If there is anything we can help you locate or questions that we can answer for you please ask.
Just E-mail Steve (aka SuperAdaptoid) at email@example.com.
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The SuperAdaptoid Review Column features Affordable and Lower- Cost
Adaptive Applications and Alternatives for PC based computers. Options
and Special Limited Time Opportunities are presented as they are available.
Current services include developing and implementing computer learning centers at rehabilitation facilities:
conducting research via the Internet for persons with impairments: giving private tutoring lessons on the
Internet and other computer-related programs; and, procuring computer resources: adaptive equipment,
software, and hardware specifially designed for persons with impairments.
Post Polio Syndrome
"We thought the battle had been won against a disease affecting millions. Polio decided to rear it's ugly head, 20 to 40 years later, on victims already toughened to the worst of humility. Why didn't it come back in a recognizable form? Only God knows. My guess it is the cowardness of the lowliest non-being." -- Jon Schoen
Traumatic Brain Injury
The TBI Connection
Covering many aspects of TBI to offer special assistance for those who have suffered a brain injury.
Blindness Related Newsgroup
The purpose of BLIND-DEV is to serve as a catalyst which will both spur and speed the development of software which will enable the blind user to use emerging technologies, platforms, operating systems, and applications as they are developed, so that access is built-in, rather than retrofitted.
Software and hardware products for persons with mobility impairments. R.J. is well known in his field and has created quite a number of programs and products. His site is highly recommended.
T.J. Parker's Home Page
I am TJ Parker and I live in Pensacola, Florida. These are my Homepages telling about "Max", MultiMedia Designs inc., HeadMouse, Origin Instruments and how I operate a computer being paralized from the neck down.
Cheetah for the Hearing Impaired
The Cheetah system exists today and can provide closed captioning for the hearing impaired. Whether the training provides skills relating to the individuals profession or employment, or provides training to enable the individual to cope with their impairment, Cheetah® Learning Systems delivers.
This site is a collection of other web sites and resources for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease. This site also covers synthesized speech links, special keyboards, word prediction and more.
Westside Center for Independent Living, Inc. The Westside Center for Independent Living was founded in 1976 as a non-residential, public-benefit corporation to enable
people with disabilities and seniors in the Los Angeles community to live more independent, self supporting, and
DLTT On-line Resources The Interwork BBS - The Interwork bulletin board service features items of interest related to vocational rehabilitation and disability issues, as well as public domain and shareware files for PC and Macintosh computers.
Disability Resources An extensive collection of Usenet pointers for disability issues and support groups