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JAWS & Window Eyes Screen Reader Program Review
Screen Reader programs open access for the blind to the computer and the Internet. How does a screen reader program help a blind person use a computer and the Internet? Is learning to use a screen reader program difficult? Is the software easy to load? What are the disadvantages of the technology?
JAWS Certification Program
How much do you know about JAWS? Take the certification and find out. Here’s some information about the exam from Freedom Scientific.
Low Vision Cooking Aides Review
Cooking as a visually impaired person takes some rearranging of the kitchen and buying some helpful low-vision cooking products. Read a review article about some of the products I use at home in my kitchen.
LS&S Sport Talking Watch Review
Learning sight and Sound offers a great talking watch for a reasonable price. I purchased the watch – here’s the review of the product.
Lucentis Approved for Treatment of DME
Lucentis injections approved by FDA for the treatment of Diabetic Macular Edema (DME). Find out more…
Macular Damaged Vision Improved with Stem Cells
The use of stem cells offers a new form of treatment for Macular Degeneration. Learn more about macular degeneration and results of the use of stem cell therapy for improving vision damaged by macular degeneration.
Magenta Gets Glasses Blues Clues Child Book Review
Experiencing an eye exam and getting glasses is scary for children. Do you know how the child’s book, “Magenta Gets Glasses” paralleling an episode with the same title from the Blue’s Clues children show makes the experience easier? Also, included is information for viewing a helpful YouTube video.
Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind Review
Did you know the visually impaired have a magazine written especially for them? The Magazine for the Blind is an up-to-date, informative and fun to read magazine. Find out more!
Music for the Blind Website Review
Bill Brown has developed his process of learning to play a musical instrument by ear for the visually impaired/blind community. Learn about the Music for the blind Website. You could learn to play the piano, guitar or several other instruments free of charge or at a very low cost.
National Library Services BARD Program Review
Do you know what the National Library Services BARD program offers the visually impaired and physically handicapped? Do you know what the letters B. A. R. D. represent in relation to people with visual and physical disabilities? Can a child join the BARD program? Is BARD a program you would enjoy?
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