Category Archives: Technology

Walking to School in West Kennebubnk

As a vision rehabilitation therapist, my usual goal in writing for LowVisionTech.com is to write about accessibility in the blindness, or low vision space. In this post I want to talk about accessibility in the mobility space. Five months ago, … Continue reading

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NE/AER Presentation: Alexa the VRT

For those who attended the 2021 Northeast AER professional conference, here are the links to handouts for the presentation, Alexa the VRT: Alexa the VRT Presentation Outline Radio Reading Services on the Amazon Echo Podcasts Related to Vision Loss on … Continue reading

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Tech Gratitude

This morning, I sat down to my home computer, and had a real moment of gratitude. The desktop opened on my Mac, on a 22 inch monitor, the screen was magnified using the the accessibility settings that are built into … Continue reading

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Day 31: 31 Days of Braille

Yee Hah!! This completes 31 Days of Braille! Here are all the posts for the month in one convenient place! I appreciated the contact from other folks relating to braille, and hope that by talking about it more, sharing ideas … Continue reading

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Day 25: 31 Days of Braille

Braille With the iPad Wheneve I hear someone talk about braille being less relevant today, or that new technology will be the demise of braille, I think about how well many braille displays work with an iPad or iPhone, Android … Continue reading

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Day 24: 31 Days of Braille

Braille Music Notation Musical notation is rendered in braille code, in the same manner that it is rendered in print, for musicians who access it visually. Braille musical notation can be printed on paper, or read on an electronic refreshable … Continue reading

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Day 23: 31 Days of Braille

How to Learn Braille If you have a school age child, braille can be taught in school with a Teacher for the Visually Impaired (TVI) coordinated through the school. As an adult learner you may have several options. One of … Continue reading

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Day 22: 31 Days of Braille

NBP “Touch of Genius” Competition The National Braille Pres (NBP) Touch of Genius Prize has been extended this year to January 31, 2018. Each year $20,000 dollars is awarded for a braille or tactile-related innovation. The competition is not limited … Continue reading

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Day 21: 31 Days of Braille

Braille: Improving Career Options Kenra Farrow, Research and Training Associate at The National Research & Training Center on Blindness & Low Vision, sent the following link and reported this was one of her favorite articles on learning braille at a later … Continue reading

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Day 20: 31 Days of Braille

Learning Braille Later Neva Fairchild, National Independent Living Associate for the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB), documents her journey with braille, which started later in life. As a student with low vision, it is clear, in retrospect to see … Continue reading

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