Independent Living Aids is a company that provides many useful aids for the blind and visually impaired, states the American Council of the Blind. Located in Buffalo, New York, the company offers braille products, talking clocks and watches, smoke detectors and voice-recognition software on its website.
Innovative Rehabilitation Technology in Grass Valley, California, also provides aids for people with visual impairments, the American Council of the Blind explains. The company sells custom computers, braille keyboards, talking money identifiers and a large selection of electronic magnifiers on its website. It also offers an online library of free e-books in various genres and free downloadable software that converts digital files to Digital Accessible Information System audio-books.
ETO Engineering in Cary, North Carolina, provides adaptive cell phones for the visually impaired, states the American Council of the Blind. Its products are available through its website and include an Apple iPhone with a voice-over screen reader and screen readers that are compatible with Windows, Blackberry and Symbian phones.
The American Printing House for the Blind in Louisville, Kentucky, is another good resource for the visually impaired, says the American Council of the Blind. It offers accessible textbooks, talking tutor programs, talking color identifiers and Braille maps on its website. The company also provides a free online database of over 400,000 digital files and a tactile graphic image library to registered users of the site.