There are brand new inspiring technologies and innovations brought in so many areas in and around the world. This way, there are so many useful inventions to help and care the special children and make them educated. Below are the top ten best-assisted technologies for a special child.
1. AUDIBLE TECHNOLOG
Audio technology is for students with a reading problem, and it has digital spoken audio information. Audible technology has more than 215,000 audio programs from different famous audiobook publishers, magazines, and newspapers for the data about which they would like to study. This technology is also useful for dyslexia students.
Adapted mind was by Stanford University students for the disabled children from the first to eighth grade. The disabled students grasp the mathematical functions. Teachers also have confidence in teaching with this Adapted mind exercises.
Funbrain is an educational website developed by Sandbox Network in 1997. Funbrain has game based video lessons for the learning disabled children from grade K-8. The students can watch the videos and practice the notes by the manual game directions. The direction of the game could be adjusted by the user even if they are disabled.
Dot is the world’s first wearable Braille smartwatch. The tool has six dots with four cells where the points would rise or lower to form the word with four letters. This device can tweet and access messages for the blind and is also affordable.
5. TEXT TO SPEECHText to speech is software which is designed to help the children with visual impairments and dyslexia. The device works by scanning and reading to the children in enhanced voice technology. TTS is very much accurate for one to help even for the autistic and hyperactive children.
6. FINGER READER
Finger reader is a wearable kit to help cope for blindness. The student can have this tool on a finger and then point text or word. A camera has a pointer which will help in identifying the word through vibrations. It can even find whether the start or end of a line.
Talkitt is a tool which is used to help the students who have speech and language disorders. It translates the words into the known languages for the user. Talkitt could work for any language. This tool will first know the user’s speech and then create its personal speech dictionary.
8. READING ROCKETS
Reading rocket is designed by David M. Rubenstein to help the struggling readers. It has lessons library based on reading, languages, and phonic awareness. The children can trigger their reading passion from the booklist.
Starfall was made by the Polis-Schutz family in the year 2002. Students with a learning disability would be able to understand the lessons by letter recognition and can form the full length of the books. Children can also download the swinging sing-alongs.
Uni is a communicative device for deaf children. The tool works by hand and finger gestures, then converts them into given sign language. It has voice recognition software which will convert text to speech. By using its sign builder, the student can create their sign language.