- CameraMouse - Software for hands free computer control. Using a standard USB camera, users can precisely control cursor movement and actions with simple head or finger movements.
- Center for Applied Special Technology - A not-for-profit organization that expands educational opportunities for individuals with disabilities through use of technology. CAST develops learning models, approaches, and tools that are usable by a wide range of learners.
- Eyecan Ltd. - Features VisionKey Series of portable eye tracking keyboards, to enable utilization of eye movements for complete computer access and for augmentative communication.
- GPK Inc. - Products for people with quadraplegia, including exercise and computer equipment.
- Inclusive Design Resource Centre - Research and development centre at OCAD University in Toronto where open source developers, designers, researchers, advocates and volunteers work together to ensure that emerging information technology and practices are designed inclusively.
- Microsoft Accessibility Technology for Everyone - Site dedicated to Microsoft's effort to improve the lives of people with disabilities by making computers a positive force in employment, education, and recreation.
- orbiTouch - Manufacturer of keyless keyboard that utilizes arms and hands instead of fingers.
- RehabTool.com - Leading edge assistive and adaptive technology products and services for children and adults with disabilities. Free product search. Communication devices, speech software, computer access equipment.
- RJ Cooper & Associates - Software and hardware for people with special needs.
- Tetra Mouse - Mouth operated, dual joystick, precision computer mouse with 3-button functionality for people with little or no head movement
- Trace Research and Development Center - Based at the University of Wisconsin, the Trace Center is dedicated to preventing barriers and capitalizing on opportunities presented by information and telecommunication technologies, to create a more accessible world.