Adaptive technology is an “add-on” for an existing technology to help disabled individuals access that technology. Examples include speech recognition software and screen reader apps, Braille keyboards and printers.

Adaptive technology is an “add-on” for an existing technology to help disabled individuals access that technology. Examples include Speech recognition software, screen reader apps, high contrast themes, Braille keyboards and printers.

The Universal Access apps of the GNOME Desktop popular in Linux are another example. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Accessibility and https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/a11y.html.en .