Since its release over a year ago, the hype of the Apple Watch has simmered down. If you aren’t too familiar with the wearable device, check out my blog on its accessibility features as well as different apps available for the visually impaired. Now that it’s been out for a while, more and more apps and features are […]
Children and adults with autism, as well as those with other developmental or neurological disorders, are often hyperactive, easily distracted and lack concentration. To help alleviate some of these symptoms, many may go through intense behavioral and/or occupational therapy, and are often put on a myriad of medications. However, some of these treatments prove unsuccessful, as they may overlook the potential catalyst: […]
For this week’s Tech Tip, Anna Leung introduces us to the handy KNFB Reader, which is available for purchase now on the App Store. For more information on this app, please visit www.knfbreader.com.
Birthdays. Holidays. Graduations. Weddings. Our lives consist of a series of memories, several that we wish to cherish and remember forever. As we grow older, we may forget these wonderful moments, which is why we often capture them in photographs. But how could individuals with visual impairments experience the pleasure of “viewing” a precious memory? Touchable […]
Jim Fortman from Vision Aid Systems introduces us to the new E-bot Advanced video magnifier by HIMS. For more information on the E-bot and E-bot ADV visit the HIMS website.
Wade Wingler, the director of assistive technology at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us a standing workstation/paperless office. Check it out!