Following Directions: Left and Right is a tutorial program designed to provide practice in following directions and use of short term memory while reinforcing left/right discrimination concepts for children and adults with language learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and attention deficit disorders. In ten activities of increasing difficulty, students are asked to move objects to particular positions on the screen using the commands "left" and "right." Speech output, animated characters, and animated drawings of hands and objects are used throughout the program. Scan speed, response time, and criterion for ending the lesson may be adjusted. Lesson summaries and test performance results may be viewed on-screen or printed. Interface options include include a touch screen, a single switch, the keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The version for IBM and compatible computers requires a Pentium 133 megaHertz (MHz) or faster processor; a hard Drive with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP or later; 16 megabytes (MB) RAM; a Windows compatible sound card; and a 4x speed CD-ROM drive. The Macintosh version requires a 68040 processor or PowerPC; System 7.5 or later; 8 MB application RAM; and a 4x speed CD-ROM.