Zombies! (dexterity, hand coordination)

Frotz (downloadable text adventures, typing skills required)

Blind path ( One player draws a path, the other has to follow it)

BlindSide (audio adventure, played with gyroscope, ‘boy’s game’)

Accessible Minesweeper

Type Brailler – learn typing Braille, used w/o VoiceOver (lite version available)

oMoby – take pictures of objects which will be identified over the internet (free)

LookTel recognizer – take picture and record audio description. Audio will be played when camera feature films that object. Has also barcode scanner

Moneytel money reader

Do a search on this site with the word app and pull up hundreds more

The Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education (ED) and the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently released two documents that provide important information regarding the use of emerging technology in educational settings:

  1. On June 29, 2010, ED and DOJ issued a joint Dear Colleague Letter to college and university presidents outlining the legal requirements concerning the use of electronic book readers and other emerging technology in institutions of higher education.
  2. One year later, on May 26, 2011, as a follow-up to this Dear Colleague Letter, ED issued a Frequently Asked Questions document regarding the legal obligations of schools (both elementary/secondary and post-secondary) under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the use of emerging technology.

Together, these two documents provide helpful guidance for schools to consider in ensuring that students with disabilities enjoy equal access to educational benefits and opportunities when information and resources are provided through the use of technology.

Find out more at: Equal Access to Learning (OCR & DOJ)

For less than a cup of coffee, get inspired for the rest of your life with a great read. Watch Youtube video to begin your adventure: Answered Prayer

Do you ever wonder why your prayers are not being answered? Then wonder why others are being answered? This book will give real life examples of why our prayers are hindered and what we must do to unlock prayers powers. You will walk through a fire literally and learn how to come out the other end. Listen to a very powerful story that will change how you view prayer and potentially change your life. Learn what you must do in your own life to enable prayer power.

Order your e-copy today that Voice Over can easily read on iphone or ipad or other itool: How to Get Prayers Answered and/or Why Prayers Do Not Get Answered

or order from Amazon at: Get Prayers Answered for your Kindle

The book is also available from Amazon at: Get Prayers Answered

or enlarged print Answered Prayer

 

Excrept from book:

 

Picture: Fire surrounding and burning everything

 

 

Prayer lesson: Pray and don’t stop praying

Here is how you do it afraid…

 

Our part time neighbors, Donna and Todd, who lived on top of the mountain, were watching the fire through their cameras safely back home in North Bend. I know they started to pray too.  By the time Lynnette had reached me, Curt was racing toward our house to get her so they could pull their horses out of their burning barns. By the time they had driven off, we were surrounded, with 50 foot+ flames all the way up the trees. The fire was still about an acre away as I was still “TELLING” God my prayer and what HE needed to do for ME. “Please stop the fire” Don’t let it come close to me,” “Don’t let it jump the road.” Wow, what an ego centered prayer. But that is what we do—-we pray, me me my me what about what happens to me prayers. As I realized that was NOT the prayer I was supposed to be demanding of God. I stopped talking and started listening. I asked, “God what do you want me to do?” Here is what HE TOLD me. “Get on your shoes! Get out on that tractor and start driving over the fire and put it out! I have prepared you for this.” That is NOT the prayer or answer I wanted to hear.

Prayer Lesson: Stop talking and telling God what to do as your prayers. Ask, “What should I do?”— Then Listen.  How many of us do not have answered prayers because God told us something hard to do and we did not do it. We have to do what we can first THEN God does what we cannot do. We have to do the hard stuff first on our own, our own free will. If we did not listen then, afterward, we say “Why, God, why did you not answer my prayer” It was our own fault the prayer was not answered—we did NOT do what HE told us to first…LISTEN…then do it! God is telling us what to do all the time. If we are talking, we are NOT listening. Get quiet and listen.

 

I can tell you. Go fight the fire was  NOT NOT NOT the prayer answer I wanted to hear, but I said OK. If HE was guiding me, HE would be with me. But I could not tell it……yet….. I was shaking so hard I could barely move. I was so riveted on the flames outside my north front window and so stuck with fear I could barely breathe and God tapped me on the shoulder and said “Turn around”. As I turned around to look through the south facing window it was filled with flames an acre away too, zooming up toward my place faster than my own thoughts. It seemed I was moving in slow motion toward my shoes. That is what HE told me to do. Get ON my shoes. I did it. HE said, walk toward my tractor. My legs were noodles, limp and weak; I thought I would fall down. My breath was rapid, smoke filled my lungs, sweat poured down me; the air was acrid and it hurt. I grabbed my legs and willed them forward. It took everything inside me to will myself forward toward that tractor. The flames, fire and smoke had rapidly moved and closed in that acre and now were yards from the buildings, me, my animals, all that I loved.

 

Are you doing what God told you to do? Here is how you do it

 Watch Video at: Diary of Destruction-Fire 2012

 

 

Using Google products: How to use accessibility features

In this section, we go over the accessibility features of our products for 2 groups of people:

If you notice information that’s missing, have questions or feedback, or want to offer other ideas for ways people with disabilities can use Google products, we want to hear from you.

Information for blind and low-vision users

Note: We’ve created an Administrator Guide to Accessibility that explains best practices for deploying Google Apps to support users’ accessibility needs.

Google+ Hangouts

Keyboard shortcuts are great for people who can’t or don’t want to use a mouse during the video chat. To view the full list of keyboard shortcuts available just type “?” while in a Hangout.

Resources

Android phones—so much more, just go to Google Accessibility

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