Services/focus of the Karten Centre
Group training and 1 to 1 support for participants with a wide range of disabilities completing qualifications such as OCR Digital employability/ ECDL / Basic ICT skills. ICT assessments, recommendations for assistive and adaptive technology. Training on assistive and adaptive technology. Outreach work promoting digital skills in the local community and demonstrating equipment and accessibility features of everyday devices such as tablets and smart phones.
- Augmented Reality
- Environmental Controls
- Interactive Gaming
- Mobile Device Management
- Mobile Technology
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1a Woodside Road Industrial Estate, Woodside Road, Ballymena, BT42 4QJ
Karten Centre Manager
The Cedar Foundation
Host Organisation Address
Head Office The Cedar Foundation 31 Ulsterville Avenue Belfast BT9 7AS
Karten Centre Website
Participants are engaged on the 'inclusion works' program at Cedar which can run from a few months to 2 years or more and have a wide range of varied goals from long term employment and further training to social outcomes engaging more with activities in their local communities.
A wide range of physical disabilities including visual impairment, hearing impairment, brain injury and autism.
Technology used in the Karten Centre
- Android tablets
- Tobii eye gaze
- Smart Phones
- Adjustable desks
- Adaptive mouse/keyboard
Accessibility features built into iPads/tablets and smart devices. Additional software on PCs and Laptops like Jaws screen reader for visual impairment, Dragon naturally speaking, the guide etc..
Karten Centre Staff
1 full time training officer.
Karten Centre Hours
Services offered to the Network
Advice on accessibility features of a variety of different digital devices and information on assistive/adaptive technology.