There are accessibility features built into Mac and PC computers. Software for low or no vision is also available if additional features are needed.
Individuals use keyboard shortcuts to get auditory feedback about content on the computer screen. Screen readers are built into computer operating systems or are available in dedicated software.
Used by those with low vision who can see their computer screen. Magnifiers may change the screen’s contrast, visually enhance the mouse pointer and cursor or read elements of the screen out loud to the user.
Tactile Input / Output
Large print keyboards make letters easier to see, helping those with low vision. Refreshable Braille displays can be used with a screen reader connected to a computer to enable users to access information on the computer through braille rather than have it read through a screen reader.