Thinking Resources and Equipments

Internet Safety Guide for Kids:

As a resource, the internet is a wonderful place for children to learn, explore ideas, and express themselves creatively. The internet is also key in a child’s social development, helping to strengthen communication skills, for example when playing games or chatting with friends. However, parents should be aware that all

Disability Liaison Officer:

All Civil Service Departments/Offices are required to have a Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) whose role is to: Act as the point of contact for Civil Servants with disabilities, their managers and Personnel Units Assist and support Civil Servants with disabilities, in confidence, and their line managers by providing necessary information,

Chime Shop:

Chime Shop is a resource where you can buy various hearing related products for at home, work or college. Chime Shop

Sight and Sound Technology:

Sight and Sound Technology is the UK and Ireland’s leading supplier and Master Distributor of hardware and software to the blind, visually impaired and those with learning and reading difficulties. Working in unison with private individuals, charitable organisations, educational establishments and commercial enterprises, we help our users fully realise their

Visual Impairment/ Blind Assistive Technologies:

Visual Impairment/ Blind Assistive Technologies Choosing the right kind of assistive technology can transform the abilities of visually impaired people to perform everyday computing tasks like: reading documents producing letters and reports sending and receiving emails browsing the web communicating through social media working with spreadsheets and data entry Becoming

NCBI Types of Assistive Technology:

If you have little or no vision, you may find it difficult or impossible to do things that so many people now take for granted. These include using the internet, booking flights, reading printed items such as books, magazines, newspapers or even mail that comes through the door. Technology can

Fighting Blindness Technology Exchange Club:

The Exchange Club is an informal gathering of people living with varying degrees of sight loss who wish to improve their daily lives through assistive technology. Members share their experience of how they found solutions to problems accessing technology, and ask for support with any technological difficulties that may arise.