“Accessibility Smyles continues to serve up timely information about the latest and best technology for individuals with unique needs. Always pleased to receive these helpful resources with related links. I share them with parents, educators and others who serve the many with reading and learning challenges. (Thank you, Myles!)” – Jean
“I’ve known Myles for many years, he’s my go-to expert for all this Accessibility, so much so that he’s our resident expert at Anderton Tiger Radio. Whenever we feature this topic he’s always there with excellent advice and guidance, in fact you can listen to him again here from our January radio show https://www.buzzsprout.com/695014/2586430-myles-pilling-talks-about-technologies-for-send-that-have-caught-his-eye-at-bett-2020 Highly recommended, Myles is most definitely one of the top 5 experts in his field in the UK” – Russell Prue, Anderson Tiger
“After one of your recent training sessions, I visited your Techsavvy session and discovered the virtual tour guides. A a result my husband and I enjoyed a splendid trip to Edinburgh. A city I have avoided for a number of years due to its challenges for a wheelchair user due to its very steep streets and cobbles. I think the sessions you have posted are really good and I hoped you would be happy if I suggested these to clients, I am assisting in my volunteering journey. I am also liaising with a local charity who are trying to encourage their older members and I think they too could benefit from your regular hints and tips so would like to suggest they pass on the Techsavvy links. You really are an inspiration.” –
South West Scotland Coordinator , AbilityNet
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Myles, This looks like a great list! Always pleased to see a go-to resource list for special needs! Thank you for your good efforts to create same and keep us all informed with your good blog. FYI—Very soon, we will publish the Windows 10 version of the Reading Focus Cards app for unfocused, overwhelmed and otherwise challenged readers. Hope to help even more individuals who struggle to read on a daily basis (persons w/ ADHD, dyslexia, autism, low vision, brain injury, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and more). Will make a note to let you know about this customizable reading app that can even work with the Kindle PC app as well as online courses for ALL kinds of readers. Happy Reading!
Joan M. Brennan Brennan Innovators, LLC Solutions for Struggling Readers “Creator of the Reading Focus Card” (Made in the USA) Phone: 314-892-3897 (office) Website: http://www.FocusandRead.com Blog: Help for Struggling Readers
Look forward to it! Do let me know when you have that ready, I will promote you on courses I do