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Category: Assistive Technology

12 October, 2016 Shilpi Kapoor

Is Braille the only accessible format?

Access to information is one of the key barriers faced by people with disabilities! Accessible format or alternate format is a broad term to ensure that the information, book, file, video, audio or any content that you provide is accessible to people with disabilities also. In simple terms, it means providing information access in the…

20 July, 2016 Ramya Venkitesh

Retinitis Pigmentosa and Assistive Technology Solutions

What is Retinitis Pigmentosa? According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) is a group of genetic disorders that affect the retina’s ability to respond to light. RP often runs in the family and the degree of vision varies from person to person. A person with RP experiences a decrease in the night…

5 April, 2016 Shilpi Kapoor

Braille Labels as Adaption – 14 ways in the Workplace

So many organizations have started focusing on hiring people with visual impairment. Though not every person with visual impairment can read braille, that doesn’t mean we should ignore it! Often adaption is small things that make it possible for a person to do something independently and braille labels are one such simple tool to explore!…