This blog post will be a series of recommended tips and tricks on how to incorporate free and paid for apps into instruction. The focus of part 3 is to introduce apps regarding money concepts, budgeting and banking into your daily life or O&M instruction.
The focus of part 2 is to introduce orientation related apps into O&M instruction.
Part 1 is an introduction on a variety of recommended ways on how to stay charged on the go and additional tools that can help you be mobile.
Cane and Compass was established in April 2015. Learn how it got started, how it has evolved, and what is planned for the future.
Alexa is very talented! I want you to discover some of the ways that you can use Amazon’s Echo Show with Alexa during O&M Instruction to teach a variety of skills.
This is a project to create a handy set of signage that you can carry around with you to different instruction sites.
A detailed easy to follow guide for dictation on iOS.
This could be a supplement to a basic cane lesson for younger kids with low vision who enjoy books.
Learn about GoGoGrandparent: A company that serves as a connection between individuals who would like to utilize ride sharing services but do not have the technology to do so themselves.
Let’s get technical! How much technology do you incorporate into you lessons? Have you heard of the O6? Do your clients/students struggle with learning to use gestures on a IOS device due to low spatial intelligence or poor kinesthetic abilities?