Discoverer and Visually Impaired Users

Does Discoverer offer any features to visually impaired and/or disabled users?
Thanks.

Discoverer is ADA compliant, so if you have a screenreader like JAWS, you can use it with Discoverer.
Thanks
Abhinav
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