iPads and Accessibility
Powerful assistive features are built into the iPad to complement your vision, hearing, motor skills, learning, and literacy. You can create, learn, work, play, and do pretty much anything you want to do, wherever you want to do it, more easily than ever.
Apple devices let you write a text or email without seeing the screen. Using an iPad, visually impaired persons can now translate written words to verbal with one touch; individuals with dyslexia or other reading disorders can complete work using only their voice, and those with autism can find alternative ways to express their thoughts and feelings.
Note: Link to Apple Accessibility for more information.
ABLE Tech has several devices in our new AT loan inventory system related to the iPad.
This new AT inventory process allows Oklahomans to register, login, and submit requests to borrow devices. Multiple functions allow users to narrow their search for devices they wish to borrow.
Phone: 405.523.4810 or 833.431.9706
Oklahoma Works, Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services, and Oklahoma ABLE Tech have collaborated to provide this information and advice to those seeking accommodation in the workplace.