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, […]

Envision AI

The Envision AI app by Envision Technologies enables people with visual impairments to live more independently by making tasks like shopping, transportation, reading, recognizing friends or belongings more accessible. This feature rich app offers many tools including: Read Text Instantly – for short text like street signs and food lables Read Handwritten Text – still […]

Monday Tech Tip: C-Pen Reader

Tiffany Sunday from Scanning Pens, Inc. shows us the C-Pen Reader, which is a portable device for students who have reading difficulties. The device can scan text and read it aloud to a student so they can work independently. The pen has a built in dictionary and a scanner that allows a user to capture […]

Consumer Highlight: Geoffrey Avery

I traveled to Fort Wayne, Indiana to meet Geoffrey Avery at Post Masters. Post Masters is a print and mail service provider that manages printing, mail, and fulfillment services for companies. My visit with Geoffrey was to learn about the assistive technology evaluation and training he had received at Easterseals Crossroads, which has enable him […]