More Accessibility Information
Other products, services, and resources are available from Microsoft and other organizations.
Microsoft Active Accessibility
Microsoft Active Accessibility is a developer technology that improves the way programs and the operating system work with accessibility aids. Using Active Accessibility, software developers can make their programs more compatible with accessibility aids, and accessibility aid developers can make more reliable, and robust, aids. For more information, visit the Active Accessibility Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/enable/msaa.
Additional Microsoft Products and Services for People with Disabilities
For more information, contact:
|Microsoft Sales Information Center
One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA 98052-6393
|World Wide Web:
Directories of Computer Products That Help People with Disabilities
The Trace R&D Center at the University of Wisconsin–Madison produces a book and a compact disc describing products that help people with disabilities use computers. The book, titled Trace ResourceBook, provides descriptions and photographs of about 2,000 products. The compact disc, titled CO-NET CD, provides a database of more than 18,000 products and other information for people with disabilities. It is issued twice a year.
To obtain these directories, contact:
|Trace R&D Center
University of Wisconsin
S-151 Waisman Center
1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705-2280
|World Wide Web:
Referrals to Assistive Technology Programs and Trained Evaluators
For general information and recommendations on how computers can help specific requirements, you should consult a trained evaluator. An assistive technology program in your area will provide referrals to programs and services that are available to you.
To locate the assistive technology program nearest you, contact:
|National Information System
University of South Carolina
Center for Developmental Disabilities
Columbia, SC 29208
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