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Glowing Inspirations - A Search Engine for the Blind

Glowing Inspirations - A Search Engine for the Blind

Glowing Inspirations at http://www.glowinginspirations.com is a search engine for blind folks or anyone interested to find blindness-related info. Feel free to check it out or if you'd like to add your own link, simply go to http://glowinginspirations.com/Links/check_link.php
05/17/2017
eBook: Coping with Vision Loss (from the perspective of a caregiver)

eBook: Coping with Vision Loss (from the perspective of a caregiver)

Coping with Vision Loss (from the perspective of a caregiver) is a rich compilation of technology and insights to help someone who is coping with vision loss or their caregiver. The insights are the byproduct of many years serving as my Mom's caregiver after she lost her sight. I believe…
05/12/2016
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Now Free-of-charge - Verbal View Tutorials

Now Free-of-charge - Verbal View Tutorials

APH produced a number of comprehensive software tutorials under the Verbal View name, which have now all been discontinued. Four of these tutorials covered the Microsoft Office® suite of products, and while they focused on Office 2007, the information is for the most part still accurate. There is certainly no…
04/07/2016
WonderBaby.org - one of the best resource sites for parents of blind/VI children

WonderBaby.org - one of the best resource sites for parents of blind/VI children

WonderBaby.org, a project funded by Perkins School for the Blind, is dedicated to helping parents of young children with visual impairments as well as children with multiple disabilities. Here you'll find a database of articles written by parents who want to share with others what they've learned about playing with…
02/19/2016
Resource Guides for the Blind and Visually Impaired in the United States.

Resource Guides for the Blind and Visually Impaired in the United States.

I have my own company called Insightful Publications. It is an independent company meaning that I am doing it on my own. Creating state resource handbooks specifically designed for use by the blind and visually impaired in the United States except for the following District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, US…
11/11/2015
Tom Lorimer's White Stick Website

Tom Lorimer's White Stick Website

Tom Lorimer's White Stick Website has been set up to assist the Visually Impaired computer user to locate information and services relating to blindness. The proverbial whitestick or cane used by so many blind and partially sighted people offers assistance to whoever uses it. The tool may give a visually…
10/26/2015
Using YouTube with a screen reader

Using YouTube with a screen reader

To learn more about using YouTube with a screen-reader and discover which keyboard shortcuts are available for the site, go to https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/189278?hl=en Please note that the experience of using YouTube may not be the same with all screen readers due to inconsistency of support of technology by the various screen…
10/17/2015
Hadley School for the Blind - iFocus Instructional Videos - YouTube

Hadley School for the Blind - iFocus Instructional Videos - YouTube

Hadley School for the Blind has produced a collection of instructional YouTube videos. The iFocus series currently has 45 videos with invaluable information and tips on using the vision accessibility features in iOS
10/15/2015
Helpful Resource - Guide - Switching from JAWS to NVDA

Helpful Resource - Guide - Switching from JAWS to NVDA

The purpose of this guide is to assist users of JAWS (Job Access With Speech), a commercial screen reader by Freedom Scientific to switch to the open source screen reader NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) with ease. It assumes prior knowledge of JAWS and that you are proficient in it's use.…
10/11/2015
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