Technology for People with Disabilities

Technology and disability is largely a match made in heaven. The two complement each other, and many of us with disabilities are experts in both the thinking that is required to develop technology and in being fantastic at actually utilizing technology.

I myself would be lost without technology.

My signing has never been fluent and I rely heavily on my hearing aids. My iPhone is a life-line, connected with my apple watch and the apps. Added to that, the phone – previously completely inaccessible – is now available to me by dint of a bluetooth-enabled connector directly to my hearing aids.

I love technology.

I mean, big time, big love! LOVE!! Here are some posts that I’ve written about it,  as well as resources. Please click “load more” to access more posts.

the ultimate guide to the best deaf apps: image description: smiling asian woman says hi into phone she is holding up
This is a post about the best deaf apps in 2018. That is, the most useful, popular and widely-used apps by d/Deaf people. This post is US-focused, and covers only iPhone apps. Best Communication Apps Glide:  for texting and talking. P3 Mobile: for texting, talking and relay services. Includes ASL and clear-speech relays. Google Voice:
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