Following on from Julian’s blog yesterday, I thought I’d comment on how it costs more for some disabled people to access services that are now only accessible over the internet.
Now, let’s look at a section of Assistive Technology for ease of argument – Communication devices (AAC). Using a computer tablet with software to select words and phrases to communicate with.
As with many arguments, there are always at least 2 camps. Those for the prices being high and those against.
You’ll either love it or hate it. However, the interface works really well with 4 switches.
It’s a game that at first looks like a sudoku puzzle, however, it isn’t. You slide tiles either left, right, up or down and if any adjacent cells have the same number in them, then they merge. If none are merged, then you’re fed a ‘2’ in a cell.
Remember back in the day when a password was something memorable – yes, possibly cryptic, but memorable. Life was so straight forward back then.