Sites which produce guides and tutorials which are highly relevant to Apple users with disabilities.
This page is part of the ATMac links directory.
- Able Gamers- The AbleGamers Foundation is an organization that empowers children, adults and veterans with disabilities through the power of videogames. AbleGamers holds the largest community for gamers with disabilities found anywhere in the world. Their activities include online forums and game reviews.
- Apple OS X 10.7 Lion VoiceOver Getting Started Guide- Guide explains how to use VoiceOver screen reader in OS X 10.7 Lion, including a list of commands.
- Apple OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion VoiceOver Getting Started Guide- Guide explains how to use VoiceOver screen reader in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, including a list of commands.
- Apple OS X 10.9 Mavericks VoiceOver Getting Started Guide- Guide explains how to use VoiceOver screen reader in OS X 10.9 Mavericks, including a list of commands.
- Apple Support: Accessibility- Apple support site for all accessibility features.
- Key Word Signing and Proloquo2Go- Aileen writes about Proloquo2Go and other apps for AAC users, especially those who use sign language as part of their communication. This blog is Australian-based so there is also some information specifically useful to Australian users.
- Peel The Apple- Blog providing written tutorials for Mac OS X VoiceOver users.
- PrAACtical AAC: Supports for Language Learning- This AAC-focussed site includes articles, guides and tutorials and a video of the week section. It's not specifically Apple-focussed but because iPhones and iPads are commonly used for AAC it is often relevant to Apple users.
- Take Control eBooks- Take Control eBooks are high quality guides and manuals about many aspects of iOS and Mac functioning.
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