Tag Archives: Accessibility

Is the Dumb Phone the Smart Choice? — Low Vision Tech

The Low Vision Tech website shares recent information regarding phone choices for individual with low vision. I greatly appreciate Steven Kelley’s shared information from hispresentation at a recent AER conference and his detailed information and resources an experienced point of view. Check out … Continue reading

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EyeMine Is A Free Software That Lets People Play Minecraft With Their Eyes — Assistive Technology Blog

EyeMine software offer individuals with mobility impairment access to Minecraft hands free. Read Venkat’s review on this new access method for playing Minecraft! There are many young people and children who love to play Minecraft. However, some, because of their … Continue reading

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Quha Zona Gyroscopic Mouse — Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads

The Quha Zono Gyroscope Mouse This gyroscope mouse has a variety of ways it can be mounted or accessed (headband, eyeglass clip, eye wear, on a cap among others. A variety of access methods are also options available to include … Continue reading

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AM315 Sidekick – iPad and iPhone mouse adapter — Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads

The Sidekick mouse adapter for the iPad is proposed to be available from Able Net this fall 2019. Check out more as shared by Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads. 315-02-15-19 Sidekick – iPad and iPhone mouse adapter Hey there! … Continue reading

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Echo Show Accessibility Features — Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads

I received an Amazon Echo Show as a gift for Christmas and I love it! I set it up in my kitchen so recipes, news, music, and so much more are easily accessible. If you’re unfamiliar with the Echo Show, … Continue reading

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OrCam MyEye 2.0 – “A Game Changer”

A recent AT assessment with a client with low vision explored both computer based and handheld magnification tools as well as text to speech tools that would help her access print required of her online classes. Reading hard copy print (textbooks) is also … Continue reading

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Typing on the iPad Pro 12.9 with SuperKeys App – Access for Individuals with Mobility Impairment 

The iPad Pro’s large 12.9″ now provides additional accessibility for individuals with motor and visual impairments previously a struggle for those who may have difficulty with multiple finger touch or using assistive touch features. A recent client, presenting speech, motor … Continue reading

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