We are committed to create and grow usage of accessible technology, expand skilling and hiring opportunities for people with disabilities, and advocate for policies that advance accessibility as a fundamental right.
Need a larger screen? A brighter screen? A narrator to read text? Find out about accessibility tools and features for people who are blind, color blind, or have low vision.Learn about vision-related tools
For those who are hard of hearing, have hearing loss, or have deafness, our specialized features can provide solutions including closed captioning, mono sound, and live call transcription.Explore hearing-assistive tools
Innovative tools such as dictation and Windows Hello sign-in can make the digital world more accessible for those who with dyslexia, seizures, autism, or other cognitive differences.Discover tools for neurodiversity
Our applications for people living with learning disabilities can help increase focus, concentration, and understanding—and include tools to improve reading and writing skills.Uncover tools for learning
Our suite of products helps people living with arthritis, quadriplegia, spinal cord injuries, and other mobility issues to navigate the digital world in new ways.Find mobility-assistive tools
Learn more about assistive technologies for people living with issues such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, depression, or ADHD. Our products can help reduce distraction and improve concentration and reading.Try mental health assistive tools
Driving impact together
Our grant program supports researchers, startups, nonprofits, and assistive technology companies around the world to develop innovative technologies that empower people living with disabilities. We invest in ideas that are developed by or with people with disabilities.
Seeing AI app launches on Android
Microsoft announced that the newest version of Seeing AI, a free app that narrates the world for blind and low vision people, is now available on Android devices.
Designing with mental health in mind
On World Mental Health Day, we reiterate the importance of designing solutions with mental health in mind and that building inclusive technology should include co-creation with disability communities.
Closing the disability employment gap
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), Microsoft’s Chief Accessibility Officer, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, shares how we can increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Explore content from Ability Summit 2023
This free, virtual, community event brings together people with disabilities, allies, and industry professionals to Imagine, Build, and Include the future of disability inclusion and accessibility. We are thrilled to share on-demand content from our 13th annual Ability Summit.