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How to Use VoiceOver For Beginners

"Thanks for this. Of course, the increasing popularity of iPhone raises questions, like how accessible is it for people with disabilities? Through school and beyond, as a totally blind student, I... read more
- MosesJohn
, Dec 26, 2019

Student Christmas Gifts

"Make your own holiday-themed tic-tac-toe board. Materials: Small cloth draw string bag (jewelry bag) 5 tiny wooden ornaments (2D balls) 5 tiny wooden Christmas trees (2D) Washi tape or... read more
- Diane Brauner
, Dec 17, 2019
"Dollar Tree has whack-a-pack balloons 4/$1. They look like KoolAid packs that inflate; when hit with the fist, things inside pop out. Strings are included and kids like to decorate their canes by... read more
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, Dec 17, 2019
"I create an accessible activity book to do over break. This takes time, but is inexpensive or free. I like to think that my kids are doing something other than playing video game sor sitting around... read more
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, Dec 17, 2019

Code Jumper: Accessible Programming

"APH Update: "Code jumper will be available for sale in January! As part of the Code Jumper package, APH has developed 19 lessons for teachers to use in their classroom planning. Each lesson includes... read more
- Diane Brauner
, Dec 06, 2019

Seeing AI iOS App: Recognizing People, Objects and Scenes

"Seeing AI is now available in Dutch, French, German, Japanese and Spanish! Details about Seeing AI updates here! "
- Diane Brauner
, Dec 05, 2019

Coding Concepts #3: Snowy Day

"Unfortunately, I have not been able to find recut tactile arrows. I drew a template, traced the template on to foam sheets and cut them out. I found that sticky-backed foam sheets lose their... read more
- Diane Brauner
, Dec 03, 2019
"Did you create these arrows or did you find them someplace premade? Thank you, Christine. "
- Diane Brauner
, Dec 03, 2019

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