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Computing for Silver Surfers and Users with Physical Impairments
Contributed by: S A J Shirazi, at 5/13/2005 11:28:00 AM.

How accessible are computers and the Internet to the old people and those who are physically impaired (like blind and low vision computer users)? Two of my friends are exploring different possibilities: Tatiana Andronach from Canada (a tech writer who is still not a blogger) is researching how computer can be useful to older people and Dr. Sumera from Pakistan is looking for possible solution for the blinds and people with low vision.

The two researchers are looking for help. We all can share our observations and thoughts here – some inspiring and or unique ways we know or can think of for silver surfers and or blinds. Suggestions, recommendations, location of knowledge resources on the Web and information about helpful software are welcome.
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