Cognitive impairments are considered disturbances in brain functions, such as memory loss, problems with orientation, distractibility, perception problems, and difficulty in thinking logically. Cognitive impairment is a syndrome, not a diagnosis. There are many conditions that can cause cognitive impairments, including: multiple sclerosis, dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), stroke, and traumatic brain injury (TBI). For CAP's purposes, this does not refer to developmental disabilities or mental retardation, nor does it include cognitive impairments associated with old age. Below are a number of assistive technologies that CAP has received a high number of requests for, therefore resulting in CAP's ability to provide them to our customers as appropriate accommodation solutions for people with this disability.

AT Demonstration Video - Cognitive Software
Software that can help people with cognitive disabilities read, write and organize information more easily.

Auditory Feedback Device (1)

Assistive listening systems and accessories

Educational Software (4)

Software that can assist with difficulty in computer use by providing features like word prediction, definitions of words, and multisensory output.

Screen Magnification (3)

Magnification software is used to enlarge print on the computer screen. Images can be enlarged up to 16 times, and the user controls print size, color contrast, and color selection.

AT Demonstration Video - Screen Magnification/Reader Software
Learn how screen magnification software can assist individuals with low vision.

Voice Recorders (2)

Voice Recorders are devices that use a microphone to record audio information and save it in a digital format.  They can sort audio files into folders, play back information and download the information on a computer.

Word prediction software (1)

Predicts the user’s words based on the words recently typed and the how frequently the user types the same words. Word prediction software improves grammar and sentence structure by predicting logical words based on the contextual meaning of that sentence.