Chrome AT Toolbox

Chrome Toolbox is a resource site that highlights free accessibility apps and extensions for Google's Chrome browser.  It was designed by Mark Surabian, an Assistive Technology Practitioner, and John Calvert, a K-5 Technology Learning Facilitator.  
The site includes links to the free downloads and is arranged in several helpful ways.

To use these apps and extensions you'll need to have an Internet connection and Google's Chrome Browser loaded on your computer.  A free download is available here.  It is important to note that these applications are intended for computers and not iPads.

Chrome Toolbox includes several tabs to help you narrow you find the right type of application you're looking for. 

By Task arranges the apps and extensions by the following categories: 
    • Accessibility 
    • Cognitive 
    • Language
    • Mathematics
    • Organization
    • Reading
    • Social
    • Vision
    • Writing  

By Profile includes ...
    • Blindness and Visual Impairments
    • Color Blindness
    • Deafness and Hearing Disorders
    • Developmental Delays
    • English Language Learners
    • Pervasive Developmental Disorders
    • Speech or Language Impairment

You can view items By Keyword with frequency of use on the site and there's also a Forum page where you can participate in related discussions with other users.