Ball State University
Northern Arizona University
State University of New York, Buffalo
West Virginia University
Federal & State Government Organizations
Georgia's Project for Assistive Technology
Iowa Speech-Language Hearing Association
Michigan's Assistive Technology Resource
Oregon Technology Access Program
South Carolina Assistive Technology Program
Texas Technology Access Project
Texas School for the Visually Impaired
US Access Board
ALS Association, San Francisco, California
Care Planner Network
Everyone Communicates- The Augmentative & Alternative Communication Resource
Mulitmedia & Internet@Schools Magazine
National Federation of the Blind
Tech Soup Webinar: Assistive Technology for Public Computers
The Free Library
Seven Ways to Stop Your Arms Hurting
Sample of Personal Thank You's
I received the two EZ SEE keyboards yesterday (Thursday), plugged them in to
my two PCs and they work perfectly.
I want to thank you for your patience and for making everything right in the
end. It's easy to provide good service when all goes well, but the real
proof of excellent service is when you go to the lengths necessary to
satisfy your customers, in spite of difficulty with suppliers and vendors.
Will let you know if I encounter any problems with them. These keyboards are
a real improvement over the original manufacturers type. My eyesight is not
as good as it used to be, and my wife has the early stages of macular
degeneration, and these really help.
Thanks again for your great service, and feel free to use me as a reference.
Aubrey's keyboard arrived this afternoon and she is happily typing
away. Thank you for the extra help in selecting the right keyboard
for her. I am sending your company information to everyone I know at
the school system here. There are a lot of kids like Aubrey that
just need a little help to access the world. You are doing a
wonderful job and it is evident that you really care about the
people that buy your products.
Tabitha Ezzo, 07/05/2010
I received the trackball yesterday and it works beautifully -- the
switch interface and the ball itself. I find the Kensington easier
and less painful to move than trackballs marketed explicitly toward
disabled people, ironically. And now I can actually click things.
And more than just left and right, too. I'll say it again: what you
do is important. It's nice to be given options and not be stuck
with something cookie cutter that doesn't work as well. Thank you
for your trouble, and I hope you have a good new year.