Adaptive Technology (AT) refers to any device, equipment, or software that is used to help a person with a disability or impairment reach full functional capacity. Some examples of AT include voice recognition systems, voice synthesis, large print display, Braille embossing, and alternative computer input devices (track-balls, switches, etc.).
Various forms of adaptive technology are offered by Ferris State University's Disabilities Services.
There are public Assistive Technology computers at FLITE - The Ferris Library
This lab is equipped with: