Rackets, balls and other miscellaneous equipment made accessible for physically and mentally impaired individuals.
692. Test Tube Holders
693. Testing Accommodations
Students of any age that have certain mental impairments or thinking problems can benefit from extended testing times, quieter testing environments or personal assistants to help them read and understand questions which would otherwise not be permitted for standard tests.
694. Text Reader
Read text by scanning print material into a computer using optical character recognition. Features include voice output, hightlighting of text.
695. Threshold Ramps
Small ramps that can be installed over door thresholds without getting in the way of the door.
696. Timers and Watches
Watches and other devices with programmable alarms and timer programs.
697. Tire Handling
Devices and equipment that simplifies handing vehicle tires.
698. Toilet Seat Slipping
699. Toileting Aids
Individuals with mobility limitations can benefit from toileting aids to allow for greater independence and safety. Toileting aids can include grab bars, raised toilet seats, toilet supports, or lifting toilet seats.
700. Tongue Touch Keyboards/Mice
A tongue mouse, in combination with an on screen keyboard can allow an individual with limitied limb movement and dexterity to operate a computer.