Unlocking Human Potential: A Call for Action to Improve Access to Quality Assistive Technology for Realising Fundamental Human Rights and Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in a Fully Inclusive Manner
Trip hazards are an accessibility issue. A discussion about how pedestrian ways need to be maintained in their designed form.
This is the onscreen keyboard. you can do everything that you can do on a regular keyboard right on your screen.
The other day I was going to the car and I was going to go on the over walk to get to the other side of Virginia street and I ran into these steps to get to the ramp to go on the over walk. So I had to go all the way around by [...]
Resources for the Session: Connected, Inclusive and Resilient Placeholder for presentation: Stay tuned, this will contain the presentation content and additional resource links. Connected Being connected implies a two-way conversation, a dialog where people hear, speak and listen while thinking… it is the basis of how we make meaning in our lives. Connecting with people, in [...]
Dwell Control is how users of eye- or head-tracking assistive technologies control how they click, drag, and scroll items on the screen. Dwelling is holding the mouse still for a period of time which then triggers and action like a mouse click. The setting is somewhat hidden, but can be accessed by going to: Apple [...]
One of the most common questions we hear is usually "But, how many people have this…?" Many times it comes from people who are being informed about accessibility shortcomings. Yet many people asking the question have a disability and believe they are alone or only a few others share their concerns. So lets use some [...]
Trying to read the text on labels gets harder as we age, its a reality that frustrates many yet many have a -partial solution in their pocket—their smart phone. The best magnifier is just like the best camera, its the one you have with you. iOS 10 has an exceptionally well designed Magnifier that is [...]
Scholarship opportunity for a parent, grandparents or siblings to attend Closing the Gap.
Accessibility isn't about accommodations, its about being able to participate in shaping our society. It's Our Story champions that notion: In using the IOS content to develop media accessibility tutorials and best practices, two critical milestones are met. A people’s history is archived by incorporating 21st Century workforce readiness skills in making the Internet “Accessible to [...]
NATRC and the NNCIL is offers a user group for people learning how to use iOS devices and to share resources on how to better utilize the most accessible mobile device available. See how using an iOS device can change how you things, allowing you to easily participate in a host of daily life activities. Even [...]
There is no doubt that even within the disability field there lacks information and guidance on providing information in a way that is useable by everyone. Here is some decent information on how to actually disseminate things in a universally accessible manner. Note: It is from the UK but it is better than resources that [...]
Connecting AT devices to smart devices is a gateway moment—it opens many more opportunities for use of their AT devices as well as making them easier, cheaper and upgradable.
In a collaboration between the NATRC and the UNR Reynolds School of Journalism the Enabled Nevada website was created to highlight the lives of people that either have or work with disabilities. The goal, seeking to personalize disability rather than present statistics, involved numerous graduate journalism students and used newer media forms such as [...]
AssistiveWare released version 1.1 of their Proloquo4Text AAC app for iOS which adds the first ever bilingual American Spanish voices. The same voice is used in speaking both languages, allowing bilingual users to maintain voice identity. Voice identity is important developmentally for younger users and Proloquo4Text's two child voices (Emilio and Valeria) are particularly welcome. [...]