Thursday, March 17, 2011


Welcome to Accessibility in Canada. It doesn't mean that if you don't live in Canada you can't read this blog! lol It just means that most of the things I am going to talk about are in Canada but some of them aren't. The reason why I am writing this blog is because I really believe that in Canada when you turn 18, it's like you stop existing. Because I had so many different things in school that not available to me after school ended.  It's really disappointing because it's like they're taking your independance away. I use something called Word Q. It's a program that predicts what word you want to say.  So if you wanted to write "Hi my name is Tooner..." (This is my pen name for this blog) You would type "H" and it would give you option 1-5 (Hi, Hill, Hand, Hint, Hall) and you would pick the word that you wanted, in this case #1.  That way if it's a long word you don't have to type out the whole thing.  If you are interested in this program please message me back on this post and I will give you more information.  See you later guys! Looking forward to talking to you all!!!

1 comment:

Adelaide Dupont said...

Hi Tooner.

It's great to meet you and read your blog.

Word prediction is very cool!

I'll pass the blog on to people who want and need to know about it.