This set of writing support tools make your computer accessible for one-handed typing, for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) users, for persons with dyslexia and basically for anyone with special needs.
Skippy - Word prediction
-Speed up typing by using this word prediction software. With the word prediction of Skippy, it takes only half the effort to type a text, write emails or chat.
KeyVit - On-screen keyboard
-This on-screen keyboard has multiple accessibility options (single or multiple switches, joystick, mouse, ...) for assistive typing and adapted computer access. By using the unique keyboard wizard, you can make your own on screen keyboard in no time.
DocReader - Speech software
-This talking word processor reads out loud any text on your computer with state-of-the-art text-to-speech software. It contains a special reading tool (DocTool) to hear any selected text by simply pressing the play button.
-Adapted computer access through single or multiple switch scanning, joystick or any pointing device
-Alternative access to mouse and keyboard functions
-Word prediction and abbreviation expansion to save time
-Natural sounding speech output as a communication aid
-Customizable in an instant
the on-screen keyboard can do a lot more than just type letters:
-Send a complete piece of text to the active program (e.g. send default messages to your chat program)
-Send a keystroke (such as Enter) to the active program
-Send a key combination (macro) to the active program at once (e.g. Ctrl+V)
-Run a program
-Speak complete messages (using DocReader)
-Send data to a serial port (for environmental control like GEWA)
-Perform an internal function (e.g. to move the mouse around)
-Wave and MP3
-Pentium PC (300 MHz) or faster
-32 MB RAM
-Windows 95/98 or Windows NT, or later
-sound card (preferably 16 bit), compatible with Multimedia system (MMSYSTEM)