My biggest pet peeve is that people that want services don't know about them. So I am writing this blog so that people can know about services and I will be advertising my volunteer business on here. This is going to city schools and talking about what it's like to be in a wheelchair.
Click on the link below and find out what someone is doing to make communication apps accessible to everyone. Developing a web-based free speech app that can be used on any device not just ipods.
This article makes me so mad because this is so bad. There should be handicap parking stalls available whether you need them for having cancer and needing to park close to the entrance or having a wheelchair all sorts of people have them for all sorts of different things. And it shouldn't matter if people use them or not they should still be there.
I found this really cool word prediction program that you can access for free on the internet. If you would like to buy it, it only costs 20 dollars. It's not as good as the word prediciton software that I talked about in my first post, but it's good enough, and it's nice and cheap. Here is the link: