Inclusion starts right at the door steps! Being an equal opportunity employer ourselves and with approx. 65% of our staff comprising of persons with different types of impairments, procuring any… Read More »What Equal Opportunity Employers should look for in a Biometric Time & Attendance System?
Category: Assistive Technology
A world beyond the Keyboard! Until I met Alex, I couldn’t imagine using a computer without a keyboard. Alex has a love for numbers and finding answers through data. We… Read More »Using Dragon Naturally Speaking to access a website
BarrierBreak is glad to announce the launch of 6 by 6 – A toolkit of solutions assisting blind and visually impaired people to live independently! 6 by 6 app comprises of a 3 in 1… Read More »Launch of 6 by 6 – A toolkit of solutions for the blind and visually impaired people
For people with low-vision issues, magnifier tools are often essential in order for them to see clearly and better. For the computer, there are various options already built into the… Read More »Building a better magnifier with the power of the web
A question that I have always asked myself in working on inclusion of people with disabilities has been, “Am I walking the talk?”. One small area to focus on is… Read More »Braille Visiting Card – Simple start to inclusion!
Every person has the right to live independently and people with disabilities are no different. Today they come across various barriers that hinder their education, employment and even in their… Read More »Setting up an Assistive Technology Resource Center
Can a person with no hands or with no hand movement work on a computer? How can a person with spinal cord injuries, stroke patients, or people having bad motor skills,… Read More »Glassouse – Mouse Alternative that can be controlled with your head and mouth
I don’t know about you, but if I have to get work done, I prefer using the keyboard & keyboard shortcuts rather than the mouse. I find it most effective… Read More »Keyboard at every desk! Adaption to the Rescue!?