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161. Cold Resistant Gloves

Gloves that are insulated to protect from cold temperatures and supports handling cold objects safely.



162. College Entrance Exam Preparation

Colleges and universities sometimes require potential students to successfully complete a college entrance exam with a particular minimum score. At the undergraduate level, individuals applying for admission might be required to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Testing (ACT) Exam.



163. Color Coded System

Using colored tabs, folders, sticky notes, and paper clips to organize files or other paperwork may be helpful.  Different colors can be used to represent different types of documents, making it easier for an individual to find what he or she is looking for.  Also, different colored tabs or markers could be used to denote the urgency of certain events on a wall calendar.



164. Color Contrast Overlays

The use of color contrast overlays may increase the legibility of a paper document, allowing the reader to more easily discern either printed images or words



165. Color Identification

Applications and devices for low-vision and color-blind individuals that can interpret and define colors of objects.



166. Color Vision Deficiency Information & Products

Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) is the inability to distinguish between some colors and shades. Most people with this condition can identify some colors. Few people are totally "color blind." Color filters, such as a special red contact lens worn on one eye or prescription glasses may be used to help some people with a color deficiency. In addition, talking products are available that will scan a color and announce a description of the color (originally designed for individuals who are blind).



167. Color-coded Manuals, Outlines, and Maps

Individuals with reading deficits may have difficulty reading manuals, outlines, or maps due to the complicated structure of the material and the size/type of font used in lettering. Color-coding this material can be helpful to people with learning disabilities. This accommodation improves efficiency, provides easy access to information, increases productivity, and makes information finding a simpler task. Ways to color-code include: highlighting, using a copy machine to copy information on to colored paper, using post-it notes and colored tabs.



168. Commission for the Blind

169. Communicate Another Way

Individuals who have difficulty communicating orally may be able to communicate effectively by typing, writing, or using sign language. In addition, individuals who have difficulty communicating in writing may be able to communicate effectively orally.



170. Communication Access Technologies

The following companies offer communication access technologies that are uniquely designed to be used by and with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The software products and equipment offer such features as: Speech to Text, Speech to Video Sign Language, Speech to Computer Generated Voice, Text to Computer-generated Voice Or Video Sign Language, or face-to-face text communication solutions.




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