The Echo Smart Pen allows you to record audio while taking notes. The pen has the ability to match the recorded audio with what you are writing.
Price (as of 8/21/17): $179.99
The C-Pen reader can verbalize printed text as well as display it on the LCD screen. Great device for students who struggle with reading.
Price (as of 8/21/17): $250.00
The LightAide is a device for low-vision and cognitively disabled students. There are many activities available to help young, struggling learners.
Price (as of 8/21/17): $1,599 (all activity sets included)
The Claro ScanPen app is designed to help students who struggle with reading by highlighting and vocalizing printed text.
Price (as of 8/31/17): Free (in-app purchases offered)
The Autism Apps app is designed to help teachers search for special needs apps for their students.
Price (as of 9/1/17): Free
The First Then Visual Schedules app is ideal for students who struggle with following a daily routine.
Price (as of 9/1/17): $9.99/$14.99
The Bookshare program is designed to give students with a print disability access to books for free.
Price (as of 10/11/17): Free
The Read and Write for Google Chrome extension allows students to read web pages, documents, books, etc. as well as have word prediction when typing..
Website: Read and Write for Google Chrome
Price (as of 1/4/18): Subscription based, either per student or school/district. Free, if needing only the reading feature.