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Thursday, September 29, 2016


On the iPhone, in the "Health Data" app that comes already installed on the phone, go to the first item - named "All", there are some unexpected trackers that may be useful. Inhaler Usage Number of Times Fallen When you tap "Add Data", it defaults to the current day and time but you have the option to change it. This data may be useful to share with your doctor when you have your next appointment.

Thursday, September 8, 2016


YourTube is an accessible YouTube player which now uses HTML 5 instead of Flash. You can search for and watch videos in an accessible format from your computer or phone:

Thursday, September 1, 2016

NLS Reference Guides

The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped makes Reference Guides available online. Included are lists of organizations that produce calendars in braille, print/braille, large print, or audio, lists of accessible software applications (apps) for smartphones and other mobile devices, which can be used by those who are visually impaired to read books, newspapers, magazines, and other print material, and many other useful lists.