The majority of people with disabilities communicate the same way as people without them. However, people who have disabilities involving hearing, speaking, seeing, reading, writing, remembering, understanding etc often need to use other ways of communication. Communication depend on what disability occurs with an individual. There are many ways to communicate with people with disabilities. Devices which enable equal and effective communication with people who have some kind of disability are called auxiliary aids and services. Usually the requirement for auxiliary aids and services occur when an individual asks for it itself, even though it is necessary to notify them that they have a right for such aids and services. For example, it would be good to tell a blind person that they have a right to auxiliary aids and services since they cannot read that themselves. The good thing about these aids is that it enables people with disabilities to function better and easier in this world. Here are the aids and services provided for a person with disability: qualified interpreters, notetakers, screen readers, Computer aided real-time transcription, written materials, telephone handset amplifiers, assistive listening devices, hearing aid compatible telephones, text telephones, open or closed captioning, video interpreting services, email, text messaging, qualified readers, taped texts, audio recordings, braille materials and material in electronic formats.