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Assistive Technology is a term that typically describes various devices and software that a person who is blind or visually impaired can use to operate a computer, take notes and access type written material. The primary types of assistive technology include: closed circuit televisions (CCTV), screen magnification software, screen reader programs, refreshable Braille displays, scanners, and note takers.