We are taking the day off to spend with family and friends. Enjoy Labor Day!
Every Friday, we focus on people who are living wonderful lives with visual impairments. Here are three stories for you today.
Yesterday we talked about clocks for people with visual impairments. Today we're going to talk about watches. There are talking watches and braille watches, and watches for low-vision clients, with high contrast numbers.
I hope you enjoy this series on watches and clocks!
This month we are focusing on education, and today we are going to talk about clocks. You have to wake up on time to get to school, right? And while you are there, you want to know how much longer you have to stay. So let's talk about some ways people with visual impairments use clocks.
I went to the website for Learning, Sight and Sound, abbreviated LS&S. I have ordered from them before and they were very helpful and timely. I found a few products that might be useful.
I'm the owner of Family First Braille, the author of this blog, and the editor of Family First Braille Magazine.