Police authorities, the NHS, and local councils use ClaroRead and screen-tinting software ClaroView to support employees with dyslexia and other print and visual impairments.
As employers public sector bodies have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities, such as dyslexia. But they are also keen to be first-in-class in being good employers, and consider ClaroRead a strong solution for increasing accessibility and usability for all staff.
ClaroRead is designed to be easy-to-use, straightforward to deploy and support by IT staff, and complement normal line-of-business tools like Microsoft Office. ClaroRead also works well with Dragon from Nuance for speech recognition and screen readers for people with visual disabilities. ScreenRuler and ClaroView are also very popular for its ability to tint the screen. Both fit with your existing IT infrastructure easily and without hassles.
Check out our ClaroRead for Windows as the most popular workplace software. ClaroRead is available from many public-sector software licensing partners and resellers so can fit with your provisioning process, or you can buy it online directly from our online store.
- ClaroRead for Word uses the latest Office 365 technologies to bring our world-class text-to-speech, spellchecking, prediction and usability tools to anyone using Microsoft Word through your Office 365 subscription on Windows, Mac, iPad, Chromebook or office.com Web Apps. ClaroRead for Word is included in any Claro Annual subscription and ClaroRead 365.
- Claro Website Reader brings up a reading toolbar on any page in your users’ web browser. The toolbar reads out any text on the page using good-quality synthesised speech in a range of accents and languages and highlights the text as it goes so the user can see where they are. Claro Website Reader is included in any of our Site Licence options, ranging from £495 for ClaroRead SE upwards. Check out or Site Licence options!