Does your organization need a workstation that is accessible to individuals with varying needs? EnableMart makes workstations to order, and our extensive list of products are at your disposal.
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If you're here for an All Access Workstation for the One-Stops program, we're here to help. With our technical background and Assisstive Technology expertise, we can help meet your growing need for "total solution packages." By ensuring universal design and a variety of access solutions and training, these workstations appropriately bring computer access to individuals with special needs and age-related challenges.
When you buy an All Access Workstation from EnableMart, the software is loaded and ready to use. Even Braille Embossers are configured and ready to use.
A basic All Access Workstation would include:
All Access Workstation Components:
The All Access Workstation for One-Stops will help you serve those who have challenges with vision, hearing, learning, communication and mobility. There are many software and hardware components to each workstation, so feel free to browse through each category or check our our recommendations.
Components to consider:
- Screen Magnification:
- Screen Readers:
- Voice Recognition:
- We recommend: Dragon
- Head/Eye Controlled Input:
- On Screen Keyboards:
- Touch Screens:
The US Department of Labor (USDOL) provides a comprehensive guide to ensuring accessibility at One-Stop centers. Their guidelines outline that One-Stop systems need to be proactive in meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities. It is not enough for One-Stops to simply respond to requests for assistance and accommodations. It is the responsibility of One-Stops to anticipate the needs of individuals with various physical, mental, and sensory disabilities.
It can be a demanding process to assess your One-Stop center's needs. We will walk you through the check lists provided by the USDOL to make sure that your services are accessible to people with disabilities in terms of both physical accessibility and service delivery.
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