Resources For The Blind
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7-128 Software - Computer Games for Everyone
Welcome to 7128.com, where you can get games that are entertaining, easy to understand, and reasonably priced.
By making our games accessible to gamers with special needs as well as those less challenged we make them easier to use for all.
PCS Games Home Page
We make audio amusements that tickle your ears! A daunting compendium of most Windows games for the blind.
RS Games home page -
Welcome to RS Games making games and software for you, owned by Ryan Smith.
I am a developer, making free accessible software, products and games. Be
sure to check out the latest news right here.
Accessible math puzzles on a range of topics.
Welcome to All inPlay. Accessible Online Games. -
All inPlay is a place where blind and sighted folks from all over the
world can come together to play accessible online multiplayer games.
Card games from BlindAdrenaline!
Blind Adrenaline Simulations
Games by one of us, for all of us.
This page is devoted to games specifically designed for vision-impaired and blind players.
All games from Spoonbill Software are absolutely free of charge.
AudioGames, your resource for audiogames, games for the blind, games
for the visually impaired! -
AudioGames.net is a site dedicated to audio games
(games based on sound) and blind-accessible games. Originally
this site started out as a database of audio games only, but
due to the massive response of the blind community, we've
broadened the scope of the website.
My Blind Spot
The Clear View to Diversity
My Blind Spot was founded by Albert J. Rizzi in 2009. Through its programs and the information provided on its website, the organization seeks to:
- Preserve and expand the rights and supports ensured to the blind and visually impaired, including the print disabled, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Ensure a high level of services to ensure that the blind and visually impaired can learn the skills they need in order to be independent.
- Promote the development and dissemination of adaptive technologies that will allow the print disabled full access to information, communication, and participation.
- Dispel misinformation and negative stereotypes and promote positive images of the blind and visually impaired.
- Convey a message of empowerment and self-efficacy to the blind and visually impaired.
- Welcome to I Can Work This Thing - Lots of folks who are blind throughout the years have had in their possession something that they could not work. Then they found a manual in a form that they could read, or had someone read the manual to them and somehow learned to work that thing. Maybe that thing was a piece of amateur radio equipment, a radio scanner, a cell phone, or digital recorder and the list goes on.
As they learned how to work that thing, they made notes and developed quick guides or cheat sheets to make it easier for them to work that thing. More and
more folks are sending us these cheat sheets or quick guides; information on how to start using that particular thing.
- The Blind Handy Man Files Page
Some of the files on this page may contain Copyright information and Remain the Ownership of the Copyright Owner, and that these files
have been sent in by blind Handy Man List Members and compiled for their use.
This web site has been designed for the blind using screen reader technology, as a result some of the pages might not format correctly for a sited person
A warm welcome from all of us at VIP Conduit. -
You may wonder how we got our name. The acronym VIP has the
traditional meaning "very important person", but in some
circles it also stands for "visually impaired person". We
believe that all of our visitors and guest are VIP's in the
traditional sense but VIP also describes the group we serve.
Access Technology Institute -
& IT Information Center
Fred's Head Database: American Printing House for the Blind
- The Fred's Head Database is a source of tips and
techniques for and by blind or visually
American Council of the Blind
- The American Council of the Blind is the nation's leading
membership organization of blind and visually impaired people. It was
founded in 1961 and incorporated in the District of Columbia.
- National Federation
of the Blind
- The real problem of blindness is not
the loss of eyesight. The real problem
is the misunderstanding and lack of
information that exist. If a blind person
has proper training and opportunity,
blindness can be reduced to a physical
Community Association of the
- The purpose of this organization is to create a stable and rich
environment which will help to meet, foster and enhance the vocational,
recreational, social, and personal needs of each blind and visually
impaired person in their community.
Ron Marriage's Blind Related Links
Blindness Resource Center Index
- text version
Top Ten Links
Yahoo! Directory - Retinitis Pigmentosa
Welcome To The Accessible Devices Home Page
The Accessible Devices event came into existence in June of 2002.
When we realized that while the sighted community had easy access
to virtually any product not all of them were accessible to us.
When individual members of the Blind community found a product that was
accessible, there was no means of sharing that information with others. The Accessible Devices event was an attempt to fill that need.
Welcomes You to BlindLeader Services Web Page -
BlindLeader amateur radio, hams, Resources along with
ADA and Blindness Information
International Association of Assistance Dog Partners
A non-profit, cross-disability organization representing people
partnered with guide, hearing and service dogs.
National Association of Guide Dog Users -
- A Proud Division of the National Federation of the Blind
Do you have questions about your legal rights as a service dog user?
Do you need an advocate to work with you regarding an access denial?
You can now call the NAGDU Education and Advocacy Hotline!
Toll-Free 1-888-NAGDU-411 (1-888-624-3841).
Or call 1- 813-658-5749.
the Lilac Blind Foundation
- Since 1971, the Lilac Blind Foundation, a 501c3
nonprofit organization, has been helping blind and partially sighted
people take back control of their lives.
- the Audio Description Project -
The mission of the American Council of the Blind's Audio Description Project (ADP) is to boost levels of description activity and disseminate information on that work throughout the nation, sponsoring a broad range of activities designed to build awareness of audio description among the general public as well as its principal users, people who are blind or have low vision.
RP and General Blindness Mailing Lists
Yahoo! Group "Retinitis Pigmentosa"
Woodworking for the blind
This website is composed and edited entirely by blind woodworkers who are members of Woodworking for the Blind and participate in a Yahoo Groups forum answering each other's woodworking questions and exchanging information about tools, techniques and projects. The website will archive important how-to-do-it information and resources for blind and low-vision woodworkers.
The Blind Woodworker
This is a place where blind & sighted woodworkers can share with each other techniques and abilities that lead to safe & successful woodworking.
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