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Podcast related to TalkBack tutorial

Posted on 12-08-2017Tags: Podcast and Online training

In this podcast episode, we suggest guiding you through the TalkBack Learning Tutorial, which is the best screen reader to use with Android devices.

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Podcast introducing Android

Posted on 04-08-2017Tags: Podcast and Online training

This week we continue our podcast talking about mobile devices with a short history of Android and the development of accessibility on this operating system.

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Podcast introducing iOS

Posted on 28-07-2017Tags: Podcast and Online training

Learn more about using mobile technologies tailored to your needs. This week, we begin an informative series of podcast on iOS and Android. We will begin with a history of developments made by Apple in terms of mobile technology and accessibility in the past years. We will also discuss about tasks that can be performed using an accessible Smartphone.

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Podcast about Windows Narrator Scan mode

Posted on 21-07-2017Tags: Podcast and Online training

Second podcast about Narrator, learn more about the new Narrator Scan mode that will help you reading Web pages and complex documents.

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Get more information about ADP (Ontario) and RAMQ (Quebec) Programs

Canadialog is pleased to offer its products and services to visually-impaired people that are eligible for ADP (Ontario) and RAMQ (Quebec) programs.

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ADP – Assistive Devices Program

The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care runs the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) to help people who have long-term physical disabilities get needed equipment and supplies. In most cases ADP pays 75 per cent of an approved price.

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RAMQ – Visual Devices Program

The Visual Devices Program is intended for persons covered under the Health Insurance Plan with a visual impairment such that they are permanently unable to read, write, move around in an unfamiliar environment, or carry out activities in keeping with their lifestyle or social roles.

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