Touch, listen, learn: Computing without Vision *ADULTS 55+ ONLY*
July 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This workshop will look at three of the most popular screen readers, Narrator, NVDA, and Jaws, and how similarly they operate for basic tasks. An emphasis will be focused on Narrator, as it is built into the Windows environment. Participants will learn how to adjust basic settings, as well as being exposed to checking email, navigating websites, and working with Microsoft Word.
This workshop will be held virtually.
Participants must live in NH, be 55 or older, be able to provide a recent eye report, and have a corrected acuity no greater than 20/50.
To apply for a spot in an upcoming Tech Workshop, contact 603-224-4039 or [email protected].*
*Space in these workshops is VERY limited. Someone from Future In Sight will be in contact to complete the paperwork necessary to ensure that you qualify. Please note that you are unable to register for these tech workshops through the same registration system as our other activities (Classy). If interested in applying, please utilize the phone and email listed above.
Presented as a partnership between:
These Tech Workshops are supported with federal funds from the Rehabilitation Service Administration, hosted by Services for the Blind and Vision Impaired, a service of the state’s Department of Education/Vocational Rehabilitation. Future In Sight cooperatively develops and presents these tech workshops with the state’s Older Individuals who are Blind or vision impaired program (OIB). For further information about OIB services, call 1-800-581-6881.