7 Educational Apps for Toddlers

It is never too early to begin learning!  MyFirstApp Ltd. is a team of 3 developers passionate about creating wonderful educational games for the youngest of learners.  The team is comprised of a computer engineer, a graphic designer and an educational psychologist.  They offer different series of apps varying on age from 1.5+ through 4.5+.  I figured […]

Tap : Wearable Bluetooth Keyboard

It seems as though a new app or device is launched onto the market every single day.  As a writer, I love getting the word out there about these potentially life-altering apps and products.  The Tap is yet another assistive technology with this potential.  It is a wearable keyboard that provides a fast, accurate and […]

4 Fun Fairlady Media Apps for Pre-K

It is often so hard if not impossible to get tots to sit still and pay attention.  However, it is essential to start educating their minds as soon as possible.  Today’s technology makes the learning process a little easier even for the smallest of learners.  Developers at Fairlady Media have made it even easier with their series of educational […]

4 Accessible Apps for Hard of Hearing

There are countless ways to interpret the term communication.  In general, it is the means of connection between other people and environments.  It is so essential and common, yet so often taken for granted.  Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing understand this all too well, as they have to find alternative means to communicate with others around them. […]

Boomer: Wireless Foot Mouse

I am often writing about different accessible and ergonomic computer mice for individuals of all abilities.  However, I’ve yet to write about one you can operate using your feet–introducing Boomer: The Foot Mouse! The foot device was invented by Becky Logue, a former dental hygienist.  She invented her first model back in 2006 (called “the Dental […]

Dvorak keyboard layout on Mac

Some individuals using Mac computers often have trouble with the standard QWERTY keyboard layout.  An accessible alternative built-in to your Mac is the Dvorak layout, which puts the most frequently used keys right under your fingers, so you type with less finger movements needed. So would the Dvorak keyboard layout benefit you? First, according to ATMac, if […]