Cards that Talk by QRSpeak

Playing cards is either impossible or very challenging for individuals with visual impairments.  QRSpeak created a whole new way of playing cards for these individuals with their Cards that Talk. The Cards that Talk set comes with standard 52 playing cards (plus 2 jokers = 54 cards total).  It is used in collaboration with the […]

VocaTime Atomic Talking Watch

There are so many talking watches available on the market for individuals with visual impairments it can be hard to choose one.  VocaTime offers a large selection of talking watches for both women and men.Instead of covering all of their available watches, I am just going to highlight the VocaTime Atomic Talking Watch with Leather […]

7 Assistive Kitchen Cutting Devices

“For many individuals, time in the kitchen is special.  It gives them a chance to be creative and have a result that is as delicious as it is beautiful.”  Low vision and poor dexterity often make prepping and cooking foods extremely challenging.  Fortunately, there are so many kitchen advancements that allow individuals to continue to […]

Jordy – Low Vision Wearable

We’ve covered so many CCTVs and other assistive technologies to help individuals with visual impairments over the years.  A majority of these video magnifiers are bulky, while others are compact, handheld devices.  Now there is the most portable solution yet: introducing Jordy, the wearable video magnifier! Jordy is a battery-operated, full-color portable system that can be […]

Monday Tech Tip: Tech tip for VoiceOver uses

Belva Smith, Assistive Technology Specialist and Vision and Sensory Team Lead at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us how you can change the names of the apps you hear when using voice over features to whatever you would like to title the app to be when spoken using voice over. Check it out here: