Podcast: Play in new window | Download Panel: Brian Norton, Josh Anderson, Belva Smith, Tracy Castillo. ATFAQ139 Q1. Websites to teach typing to persons who are blind, Q2. GPS apps to help family know where you are, Q3. Screen reader accessible PDF editor, Q4. Communication with my older parents who feel isolated, Q5. Choosing between […]
Learning to type can be a difficult enough challenge to begin with. But for a person with a disability — whether a learning disability, attention issues or fine motor problems — typing can become a seemingly impossible task. By just taking a few minutes a day, you can improve your touch typing skills with Typesy […]
For individuals who spend a lot of time on a computer, it is important to maintain an ergonomic posture. Awkward typing postures can result in ulnar deviation and pronation, or the horizontal and vertical bending of the wrists. The stressed compression of the nerves in the wrists contribute to developing disorders like carpal tunnel syndrome. A great way […]
For some individuals with physical or developmental disabilities, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, autism and more, using the standard QWERTY keyboard is not an option. The orbiTouch Keyless Keyboard is a revolutionary solution that removes the barrier posed by the traditional keyboard/mouse combination. The orbiTouch is an ergonomic alternative to the QWERTY keyboard. It is a […]
In its simplest form, writing is recording and it comes from the human desire to communicate. Furthermore, the best writing goes deeper and transforms an idea from the writer’s mind into words. However, for some individuals, there is a wall between the idea and conveying it into words; this barrier is often built by grammar and spelling difficulties and as […]
Brian Norton shows us a neat, more efficient way to fill certain things out on the computer. Check it out!