Consumer Highlight: Anne Palmer

Anne Palmer works the front desk at The League in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The league is a not-for-profit agency that offers services to assist people who have disabilities in living independently in their home and community. They have many services such as orientation and mobility (O&M) training, independent living skills training, information & referral services, […]

Echo Show Accessibility Features

I received an Amazon Echo Show as a gift for Christmas and I love it!  I set it up in my kitchen so recipes, news, music, and so much more are easily accessible.  If you’re unfamiliar with the Echo Show, it is an Amazon Echo device optimized “for visuals and room-filling sound.”  The device is jam-packed […]

Zoomax Acesight – Wearable AR Glasses for Visual Impairments

Zoomax offers a myriad of products for individuals with visual impairments.  The company offers a full line of low vision products including handheld, portable, and desktop video magnifiers.  They now even offer their first wearable: introducing Zoomax Acesight. Acesight is a pair of electronic glasses that “enable people with severe low vision to regain their visual […]

Monday Tech Tip: EZ-Access Suitcase Lightweight Ramp

Justin Amber, Equipment Loan Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us the EZ-Access Suitcase Singlefold Graphite Fiber Ramp for individuals who need a ramp that is easy to take on the go to have a portable ramp. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about EZ Access Lightweight Ramps.

seeBOOST – Electronic Glasses for Central Vision Loss

“Advanced age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of irreversible blindness and visual impairment in the world.”  seeBOOST is a new category of corrective eyeglasses that integrates cameras and a microdisplay with a prescription lens. In other words, seeBOOST is an electronic pair of prescription glasses for individuals coping with central vision loss.  It targets […]