- Electronic texts (E-Text)
E-Text provides a digital file of printed text-based material which can be viewed on a computer. Those files can be vocalized by a computer using text-to-speech technology while
simultaneously displaying the words on a monitor.
Braille is a system of raised dots developed to convey text materials into tactile representations for students who are blind or visually impaired. Students need to be specifically trained in the use of
- Assistive Listening Device (ALD)
ALD is a personal amplified listening system primarily for individual use; it consists of two devices, a transmitter/microphone for the speaker and a receiver for the listener.
Note: SSD does not provide personal assistance or equipment i.e. homework assistance, typing, personal laptops or personal aids.