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Free Webinar - Introducing the new OrCam Read 0

Join the FREE webinar to discover the new OrCam Read

In this FREE webinar Lauren from OrCam will be demonstrating the new OrCam Read, the first of it's kind handheld device which can capture a full page of text from any surface and will read it back to you instantly.

 

This device is designed for people with dyslexia, reading difficulties or reading fatigue.

 

Following the demonstration, there will be a chance to ask Lauren any answer about the device and it's capabilities.

 

  • When is the webinar? Thursday 30th April 2020 at 10:00 and will last for 45 minutes
  • Who is it for? Anyone with an interest in revolutionary technology
  • How? Click below to register. It takes less than 20 seconds to register. You will receive an email 5 minutes before the webinar starts. Click on the link and away you go

 

Can't make the webinar? Don't worry, if you register we will send you the recording after so you can watch it at a more convenient time


OrCam Read - Revolutionary Reading

OrCam Read, for people with mild low vision, reading fatigue, reading difficulties including dyslexia, and for anyone who consumes large amounts of text, is a first-ever lightweight, handheld device with a smart camera that seamlessly reads text from any printed surface or digital screen.

 

Independent Working: Using Assistive Technology Software at Home 0

Independent Working: Using Assistive Technology Software at Home

We are delighted to announce that Arran Smith, founder of the Dyslexia Show, will be back for what is likely to be another hugely popular webinar about using assistive technology when working and learning from home.

 

The last webinar with Arran had the maximum 500 people attend and unfortunately some people missed out.

 

We recommend you sign up to this one as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
 

Here’s what will be covered in the webinar:

  • Using Microsoft Teams to host inclusive and accessible meetings
  • Accessibility features in Microsoft Office 365
  • Using speech recognition software to dictate emails
  • How to understand important emails and documents using text to speech software


When? Thursday 16th April at 11:00am
 

There will be a Q&A session with Arran at the end of the webinar.

OrCam Read - Transform the way you read! 0

The most exciting product we've seen for years!

OrCam Read is a personal AI-driven device for people who have mild low vision, reading difficulties, including dyslexia and reading fatigue, and anyone who is consistently exposed to large amounts of text – at work and school, or for leisure.

 

Read Instantly

 

Including: newspapers, books, menus, signs, product labels and screens.

 

 

OrCam Read - Revolutionary Reading

 

OrCam Read, for people with mild low vision, reading fatigue, reading difficulties including dyslexia, and for anyone who consumes large amounts of text, is a first-ever lightweight, handheld device with a smart camera that seamlessly reads text from any printed surface or digital screen.

 

It enables you to enjoy the morning paper, read any book, and even read all that appears on your computer or smartphone screen. Privately read the text that you choose, improve your time studying, work more efficiently!

 

Read without limitations

OrCam Read's intuitive laser guidance options are activated simply by pointing and clicking.

Working from Home Webinar - with link to webinar 0

Working from Home - Accessibility and Assistive Technology

Thank you to everyone who attend today's webinar. We hope you enjoyed it and learned some new things. We had over 500 people attend, which is excellent.

A special thank you to Arran! Arran has a great story to tell and is someone who makes full use of a number of different assistive adjustments. He's such a great inspiration for others with neurodiverse conditions.

In this webinar Arran talked about the following:

  • Using accessibility features in Microsoft Teams
  • How to organise and run accessible online meetings
  • Arran’s own experience going through the Access to Work process and using his adjustments at home
  • How Arran uses assistive technology in his home office

We will be running a number of free webinars with Arran over the next few months and it would be great to get your feedback about subjects you would like Arran to focus on. Get in touch to let us know!

For those who missed the webinar, or want to rewatch it, click on the button below.

Working from Home - Accessibility and Assistive Technology 0

Free Webinar

 

This FREE webinar will be hosted by Arran Smith, founder of the Dyslexia Show and Microsoft accessibility expert.

Arran will talk about the following:

  • Using accessibility features in Microsoft Teams
  • How to organise and run accessible online meetings
  • Arran’s own experience going through the Access to Work process and using his adjustments at home
  • How Arran uses assistive technology in his home office

 The webinar will last for one hour with additional time for a Q&A session with Arran at the end.

 

Wednesday 1st April @ 11:00

 

Sign up now: WORKING FROM HOME WEBINAR

Dyslexia Box Statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19) 0

 

Update: Tuesday 7th April 2020

 

We would like to advise our customers, clients and partners that it is business as usual at Dyslexia Box.

 

Many of our clients work in key sectors (such as health, police, law, government, critical business etc.) and we remain focused on our responsibility to support disabled employees.

 

We have also seen large numbers of people who would normally work in offices move to working from home. We realise that these people will continue to need the services and support which we have been providing and we want to reassure you that we will continue providing the highest level of support.

 

We have invested in our remote training and coaching infrastructure after receiving requests for our services to be delivered this way.

 

The coronavirus will have an impact on all of our lives in the coming months, but we will continue to focus on supporting the people who need us.

 

If you would like to discuss any of this further, please do not hesitate to get in touch: 01223 608 491