Built-in accessibility features
As well as the wealth of accessibility options already built in to the operating systems of computers and tablets, Office 365, Google Classrooms and web browsers also have many features to enable access.
Fil McIntyre from TechAbility describes the Ease of Access Centre in Windows 11
Apple explain their accessibility settings
TechAbility have a number of resources on their website and can offer bespoke training.
The Education and Training Foundation have created a playlist of videos entitled 'SEND Make Technology Work For You'
For videos explaining several of the Mac OS accessibility features, particularly using a Mac with switches or the new 'head pointer' mouse controller, watch Christopher Hills' YouTube videos.
Click here to download and print a copy of the Education and Training Foundation's 'Make Technology Work For You' poster (see below)