The TouchWindow is a clear membrane device that is placed over the computer monitor screen. A touch window is available to fit 13, 15 and 17 inch monitors. This device allows for individuals to directly select items on the computer. This is a great device for young students just learning to operate a computer. To aid in pointing, this scratch resistant device can use either a finger (some disabled students may use their fists or side of hand) or a stylus. For students who have difficulty reaching up to the computer monitor, the Touch Window can be placed on the lap and used much like a graphics tablet. Touch Screens are intuitive and can instantly be used by children of all ages. Touch-Screens are commonly used in school and classroom for handicapped children with learning disorders, disabilities learning, dyslexic and autism.