Tag Archives: accessibility

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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iOS 13–You Can Wait

While we await the Shelly Brisbin’s update to her accessibility bible, iOS Access for All iOS 13 Edition due out in mid-November, many of the beta testers for iOS 13 are suggesting a wait and see approach. If you are … Continue reading

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Website Accessibility and Lawsuits

We’re all entitled to a rant once in awhile, right? One of mine starts with this report from Marketplace Money on June 16, 2019. Here’s the audio of Businesses Face Lawsuits Over Website Accessibility and the link to the Businesses … Continue reading

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Low Cost Accessible Computing

A newly referred client said to me recently, “I had to give up using the computer, because the print was too small to read any more.”  She is not my first client to say this. Vision loss for computer users … Continue reading

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How Do I Read That?

Steve Kelley, CVRT a vision rehab therapist at the Iris Network recently presented How Do I Read That, at the Northeast Chapter of the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (NEAER) professional conference, in Newport, … Continue reading

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