AM319 – HealthSmart Talking Blood Pressure Meter

Podcast: Play in new window | Download319-3-22-19 HealthSmart Talking Blood Pressure Meter Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing or other special needs! Do you or a loved one have high blood pressure?  If you’re […]

Sentence Master Pro

Looking for an app to teach your child or student about grammar? Check out the Sentence Master Pro app on Google Play! Sentence Master Pro is a fun language app designed for younger students. According to the app’s description, it is a “fun and educational game for kids and English language students of all ages […]

4 Products for Eating Independently

Over the years I have written about several kitchen gadgets to make life easier for individuals with (or without) disabilities. While browsing social media recently, I came across another cool gadget and it had me wanting to do another post on this topic! If you’re looking for products to help you or a loved one […]

Drafts App – for iOS Devices

Looking for an app to help you quickly capture text? Check out the Drafts app on the App Store! Drafts is an app that lets you turn text into action. According to the app’s description, “It’s a quick notebook, handy editor, and writing automation tool – all in one.” The app is organized around three […]

Monday Tech Tip: Mercury 6 Portable Magnifier

Jim Fortman, President at Vision Aid Systems, Inc shows us the Mercury 6 Portable Magnifier with Speech and Voice Control. Check it out here: Click here for additional information on Vision Aid Systems, Inc. Click here for additional information about Mercury 6.

Consumer Highlight: Tracy Rau

Tracy Rau lost her vision when she was 3-years-old due to retinoblastoma. Retinoblastoma is a rare form of cancer that starts in the retina and usually develops in early childhood. Tracy lost one of her eyes when she was just 2-years-old and her other eye at 3-years-old. When Tracy first started school she was taught […]