Today I am reviewing the iDex. This assistive technology device is no ordinary magnifier. It’s easy to use, lightweight, requires no batteries and contains so many options for optimal use. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Riley Hospital for Children will soon be introducing a new type of therapy for its patients with Cerebral Palsy… robots! No, really. A Robotics Center is due to open sometime this year, with equipment geared toward retraining the brain and improve motor functions. This program will be utilizing robots for both upper-body and lower-body extremities. […]
If you read this blog regularly, you have probably read a lot of articles about computer access for individuals who are blind, such as this one on CAPTCHAs, digital books, information on web site accessibility with IBM, voice over options on the iPhone, and many more. You might have also read about technologies for people […]
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The VictorReader Stream is a portable DAISY player about the size of a pack of playing cards. It has an SD card for storing books, files, music, voice recordings, and podcasts. You can download your books and MP3s or transport them via USB. The Stream is completely voice-guided for the visually impaired. Sounds great! Let’s […]
What: Vanguard/Vantage with Unity Training offered by Prentke Romich Company (PRC) When: March 19, 2010, from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm Where: Tri-County Education Center, 599 South Harbour Drive, Noblesville, IN 46062 Why: This hands-on workshop will focus on Unity software such as Vantage, Vantage Lite, Vanguard, and ECO for PRC communication devices. Participants will be […]