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ATFAQ136 – Q1. Glassouse experiences, Q2. One-handed keyboard or One-handed typing, Q3. Smartwatch for executive functioning, Q4. Buy, Sell and Exchange AT sites, Q5. Chrome Apps for executive functioning, Q6. Wildcard: Screen Time

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Panel: Brian Norton, Josh Anderson, Belva Smith, Tracy Castillo. Q1. Glassouse experiences, Q2. One-handed keyboard or One-handed typing, Q3. Smartwatch for executive functioning, Q4. Buy, Sell and Exchange AT sites, Q5. Chrome Apps for executive functioning, Q6. Wildcard: Screen Time —————— transcript starts here ———————– Brian Norton: Welcome […]

Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2 from VTech

I covered three smartwatches for children last Wednesday.  If you’re not looking for one with GPS-tracking capability, check out VTech’s Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2. The Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2 allows children to take pictures, videos, play games, and more.  This durable smartwatch features a new sleek and stylish design in a variety of colors such as: Black […]

3 GPS Smartwatches for Children

Smartwatches are an ideal solution if you’re not ready to give your child a smartphone, but want to stay connected with them.  There are so many smartwatches designed specifically for children that feature GPS tracking and so much more.  Keep on reading to learn which wearable may work best for you and your child’s needs. […]

Tinitell Wristphone for Children

In today’s highly-connected world, several parents provide their children with expensive smartphones so they, too, can become connected.  However, some parents are reluctant to give their children these smartphones.  Now there is a wearable, durable and affordable mobile phone for children: Tinitell. In sum, the Tinitell is the smallest mobile phone in the world designed especially for […]

5 Apple Watch Apps for Visually Impaired

It’s almost been one year since Apple announced its first ever wearable, the Apple Watch.  Since its official release back in April, several individuals have experienced the convenience of the wearable.  How might those with visual impairments reap the benefits of the watch too?  AppleVis has provided a great directory of Apple Watch apps that are partially […]

The Dot: Smartwatch that displays text in Braille

By now, I’m certain a majority of you have heard of many smart devices available on the market, especially Apple’s flagship wearable, the Apple Watch.  While this smartwatch offers several accessibility features (e.g. VoiceOver), it doesn’t offer the same tactile benefits as Braille. A Korean startup company has thus developed The Dot, a smartwatch featuring active Braille technology. The Dot is a wearable […]