smartphones offer new tools to accompany the disability, especially in business.
1. GET ANSWERS ON LIFE WITH work DISABILITY AND WORK
Published by the Fnath Association (rough life) with the financial support of Agefiph, Disability and Work answers to the questions more concrete than the people in situation of disability may arise in the course of their professional life (human rights, aids, contacts, procedures). It is also a mine of information for HR managers, occupational physicians or the professionals of the insertion.
be Free, available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
2. MOVE THROUGH BLINDSQUARE
Blindsquare is an application dedicated to the blind, based on geolocation. Once located, the user receives via a speech synthesis of the information about what surrounds it. It can also get information on a contact (address, phone number), open a news feed Twitter, dial a phone number, go to a specific point, use a GPS navigator.
Exists in a French version. Available on the Apple App Store for 39,99 euros.
3. LEARN ALL ABOUT THE STANDARDS Of ACCESS, WITH LEGISMART ACCESSIBILITY for DISABLED
What are the current standards for the accessibility of public places for people with disabilities? Legi Smart Accessibility with Disabilities references all of the regulations regarding access to buildings, new and old.
Available on the Apple App Store for 9.99 euros.
4. BE MY EYES, ” BE MY EYES “
Dedicated to the blind or visually impaired, Be My Eyes allows the user to enter into a relationship with volunteers and to seek help via the camera function of the smartphone. The community identifies more than 80,000 volunteers and 6,000 visually impaired people.
Exists in a French version. Free, available on the Apple Store with Apple.
5. FIND THE RIGHT SIGN ON ELIX
Elix is a dictionary of French sign language (LSF), identifying 12 000 signs and 10 000 definitions. It follows to enter a word to get the written definition, the definition in LSF and finally, thanks to a video demonstration, how to say it in French sign language.
be Free, available on the Apple App Store and on Google Play Store.
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