NDIS Support

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Family internet security

Enable your children to enjoy the Internet while protecting them from unsuitable content and apps with parental control software. Parental control software helps protect your children from online predators by showing you what your children are doing online and identifying potential dangers before they become problems.

We offer either a remote or onsite service to setup the required software.
We also offer onsite setup and installation of your new equipment. We also provide onging IT support.

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Desktops PC systems

Computer technology has enhanced the development of sophisticated devices that can assist millions of students with disabilities in overcoming a wide range of limitations that hinder classroom participation, from speech and hearing impairments to physical disabilities.
Our desktops are cutom built to meet your childs needs

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We supply notebooks of all screen sizes. Touch screen also availble. All notebooks come pre installed with our recommended special needs applications.

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Special needs keyboard

Large keyboard with oversized keys (1“) and large, bold, easy-to-read numbers and letters is helpful for people with vision or motor skill impairment.
Also an excellent choice for a first keyboard for anyone learning to key, to help learn the alphabet and identify character sets with color-coded vowels, consonants, numbers, and punctuation marks.
Also features two USB ports and oval F-keys.

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Special needs mouse

Perfectly-sized and colourful mouse for children that makes learning fun.
The two mouse buttons are clearly distinguishable by giving them contrasting colours. This makes it easy for children which mouse button is which: The Right mouse button is Red, the left button is blue and the scroll-wheel is green.
Because this mouse has been designed especially for children between 2 and 10 years of age, its size is a tad smaller than that of a normal one. The student’s hand will fit over the mouse like a glove, ensuring a much better wrist position, making the Clevy Kids Mouse the safe choice for long time use.

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Educational software

As many educators, parents, and families know, having a learning disability doesn’t make a child any less smart than his or her peers.Parents and special education teachers often have difficulty finding new tactics to provoke a love for learning in children with learning disabilities.
Fast-advancing technology has made the Internet one of the best software resources for discovering entertaining activities that teach as well as excite children. Educational websites assist children with learning disabilities master basic skills in reading and math or advanced concepts like calculus.
We provide a list of helpful websites and software to suit your childs specific needs.

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