Talking and large-print word processors
  • Clicker- a voice output word processer program and on screen keyboard program that allows individuals that cannot use a mouse or keyboard to use the computer. Clicker is used to help individuals with learning disabilities, upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injuries. It costs $179.95, you can purchase it at Crick software online at http://www.cricksoft.com.
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  • Doc Reader- a voice output word processor that reads what is on the screen out loud. Doc Reader is for individuals with dyslexia or learning disabilities. It costs $275.00, you can purchase it at Jabbla Incorporated online at www.jabbla.com.
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  • Intellitalk- is a voice output word processor program that allows individuals to hear what they are typing. Intellitalk is for children and adults with cognitive or visual disabilities. It costs between $39.95 to $49.95, you can purchase it at IntelliTools Incorporated at www.intellitools .com.

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I think that Intellitalk is the best choice for people with learning disabilities, because it tells you what you are typing and it is the least expensive.


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Jabbla Incorporated. "Docreader." Web. 4 June 2012. http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=19327&top=13198&ksectionid=19327&productid=187520&trail=0&discontinued=0.
Intellitools Incorporated. "Intellitalk." Web. 4 June 2012. http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=19327&top=13198&ksectionid=19327&productid=90346&trail=0&discontinued=0.