Wednesday, August 7th, 2024  1 PM ET

Assistive technology for vision plays a crucial role in enabling people with visual impairments to access information, communicate effectively, and live more independently.

Some of the most common assistive technologies for the blind and visually impaired include screen readers that convert text to audio, screen magnification software, digital talking books, and braille displays.

These technologies help create a more inclusive environment and provide educational and employment opportunities for individuals with low vision.

Learn more about assistive technology for vision in this online event and how these technologies work with your content so you can ensure it is accessible for individuals, employees, and customers utilizing this technology to access your digital content.

Key takeaways

  • What assistive technology is available for visual impairments and disabilities?
  • How does this technology work when accessing your digital content?
  • How do you test your digital content to ensure it works properly with this assistive technology?
  • What visual assistive technology should you offer employees?

Agenda

Building and Remediating Accessible Websites Companies

Various forms of assistive technology for vision are available. We will discuss the technology based on companies that produce or provide this technology, such as the following:

 

We will dive deep into vendors that provide assistive technology for vision, highlighting specific companies and discussing key vendor differences. 

Agenda - Wednesday, August 7th, 2024

    • 1:00 PM ETAssistive Technology: Vision Discussion
    • 1:30 PM ETVendor Breakouts and Expo

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If you have questions please contact Lori Litz at Lori@Accessibility.com