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This page is a place to collect resources that may helps people with learning and cognitive disabilities and age related forgetfulness us the Web.

This is not endorsement!

To add a resources, write [an issue in our GitHub]. If this is not feasible, send an email to

Lists of assistive technology (AT) and supporting tools

Other assistive technology (AT)

help people with dyscalculia through day-to-day life by calculating time, money, counting change, cooking measurements and doing basic math calculations.

With thanks to A-Step: Advancing Social inclusion through Technology and EmPowerment (Cost Action CA19104)