Access software publisher AssistiveWare has confirmed it will exhibit in the special needs section of giant UK education technology show, BETT 2007.

AssistiveWare is a leading developer of access software for Mac OS X and the company plans to use its BETT appearance to introduce its solutions to the UK educational market.

Company software provides full access to Mac OS X for students with physical, speech, languages and vision impairments. It solutions help students with disability to fully participate in school activities.

AssistiveWare products include: KeyStrokes virtual keyboard with word prediction and dwelling; SwitchXS scanning on-screen keyboard for switch users; LayoutKitchen communication and keyboard panel editor; Proloquo multi-purpose communication and speech solution, and VisioVoice.

AssistiveWare's lead developer, David Niemeijer, will be at the company's stand to explain the firm's solutions to educationalists.

BETT runs between 10-13 January 2007.