Free deafblind software

3rd March 2006 at 00:00
Sense, the national deafblind charity, has developed EdWord, a talking word processor that allows you to combine text with symbols, and EdWeb, a talking web browser that can display web pages as a combination of text and symbols. Other software includes Sense Factory, a software programme for creating slideshows with pictures, videos and sound for use with one or two switches, and Everyday Skills, software that supports teachers of young people who are deafblind in learning everyday skills. All this software can be downloaded free at

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