Posts Tagged ‘accessibility’

Japan Access and Assistive Technology (Part 1)

Last month we (Jackie O’Sullivan and Jos Franciscus) both visited Japan on our own respective family holidays and took special note of the access and the AT available and that you might need. We both come from a wheelchair user perspective, however have investigated accessibility for people of different abilities too, we hope you enjoy […]

Support for Disabled Parents to Be

A Bar Ilan University study determined that children of parents with a disability tend to be more empathetic than children with non-disabled parents. Even with that wonderful quality instilled in their children, it can be difficult for those with disabilities to know if starting a family is the right choice. If you and your partner […]

Access All Areas

By Brooke Franklin Automatic doors, no longer only seen in shopping malls and fancy buildings. The technology has dropped in price considerably over the last few years and we’re starting to see them in more and more residential properties, especially where the primary user cannot easily open or close the door. This can be for […]

Apple iOS 7- Should I upgrade?

In September Apple released the latest update of its iOS 7 software for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. This update came with a lot of press because the appearance of the iDevice changed which some people liked and others didn’t. If you’re feeling reluctant to update your iDevice we have come up with a list […]