Podcast: Play in new window | Download Panel: Brian Norton, Belva Smith, Josh Anderson, Tracy Castillo ATFAQ157 Q1. Favorite disability-related apps, Q2. Movie subtitles/captions, Q3. Writing solutions for students with fine motor and speech challenges, Q4. Wildcard: How do you store your personal information?
I originally wrote about Tile back in 2014. If you’re unfamiliar with Tile products, in sum, they are small Bluetooth-enabled devices you can attach to items like keys, wallets, purses — anything you can potentially lose. Apple now has its very own version: introducing Apple AirTag! According to Apple’s website, Apple AirTag is a “super-easy […]
Over the years, many smartphone scanner applications have been developed to help individuals with or without visual impairments with varying productivity needs. If you’re in the market for an accessible scanner app, check out Supersense! According to its website, Supersense is the “smartest and simplest scanner application” available for individuals with visual impairments. Supersense utilizes […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download 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! Sudoku puzzles have many benefits including improving concentration, memory, and problem-solving skills. Unfortunately, they may be […]
Jigsaw puzzles are fun for children and adults alike. If you’re looking for a jigsaw puzzle app suitable for little ones, check out the Super Puzzle Kids Jigsaw Game! The Super Puzzle Kids Jigsaw Game app features over 140 different puzzles with surprise effects, 3 difficulty settings, and more. The app works similarly to regular […]
If you’re looking for an app for your kiddo to practice early math and spelling on, check out TeachMe: Kindergarten. TeachMe: Kindergarten is an educational app on iOS devices that teaches six different age-appropriate subjects. The app teaches subjects that align with US common core standards. Subjects include sight words, addition, subtraction, spelling, and writing […]