Here is an ongoing list for those who might find this helpful:-
AbilityNet has a set of useful advice suitable for different conditions
Voice control for Chrome – extension from the chrome store
Chrome Store – lotts of extensions for Chrome
Google Keep – for remembering and storing information
Grammarly- online support for writing
Google Docs – on the tools menu voice typing is a good aide to writing
Microphone in www.google.co.uk gets overlooked as an access tool
Typing Assistant – word prediction tool
NDVA – screenreader – https://www.nvaccess.org/
Look also at Ease of Access (Windows 10) – list of adjustments to make your computer more accessible. ( see powerpoint “Accessibility in Windows 10)
AppWriter Cloud – text to speech, word prediction, pdf reader and overlay writer
Dwell Clicker – not free £12 but for those who can’t click on a mouse. Download for free
ACE pointers for older systems eg Windows 7 does what ease of access does for windows 10
WordTalk – free text to speech for older microsoft word
Remember the Milk – https://www.rememberthemilk.com/
Mindmeister – free mindmapping software
ClaroSpeak – text to speech, word prediction – free download both android and iOS
Mozilla has some good assistive technology features such as zoom which expands all the text and makes the browser more accessible.
Opera Browser – has a clear interface and therefore easier to navigate
Safari (on an Ipad) – there is a text screen on this which is great for studying and research students.
Texthelp – have an add-on to google docs to aid studying – show highlighting tools.