Speech Synthesizers/Screen Readers
Learn about assistive technology tools called speech synthesizers/screen readers.
By Kristin Stanberry
, Marshall Raskind, Ph.D.
These systems can display and read aloud text on a computer screen, including text that has been typed by the user, scanned in from printed pages (e.g., books, letters), or text appearing on the Internet.
What type(s) of learning difficulty do these tools address?
This type of tool may benefit people who struggle with: reading and writing.
Products to Consider:
Resources to help you evaluate assistive technology for your child:
Updated February 2010