Here are the best Apple assistive technology and accessibility links for the week of 26 April 2015. Everything from around the web that’s relevant to disabled, aged, and chronically ill Apple users.
Secret Force Click shortcuts: Thirteen Taptic tricks for your new MacBook!
How to adjust Force Click firmness on OS X
How to assign Force Click on OS X
‘Knock’ Aims to Let You Unlock Your Mac With Your Apple Watch
Matias Ergo Pro: Even adjustable keyboards aren’t one-size-fits-all
Evaluating iPad technology for enhancing communication skills of children with autism spectrum disorders
Autism awareness, iPad, and changing lives
Review: Is the added protection of the LifeProof Nüüd for iPhone 6 worth the trade-offs?
A Walk-Through And Demonstration Of Voice Dream Writer For iOS
Hands on: Phorm takes the awkwardness out of thumb-typing on an iPad mini
AbiTalk Lisp Therapy App – Review
Implementation of Proloquo2Go for Students with AAC Needs – Slideshow
It Hurts! Pain management apps for children
Quote of the Week
The late Stella Young said, “I dance as a political statement, because disabled bodies are inherently political, but I mostly dance for all the same reasons anyone else does: because it heals my spirit and fills me with joy.”
Do you dance?
Apple Watch / Smart Watches
Support for Apple Watch and new female US English voice in Proloquo4Text 2.1 – AAC on the Apple Watch, wow!
The Apple Watch Can Be A Sixth Sense
Accessible Apple: Apple Watch Try-Ons, The Complete Guide
Apple Watch Accessibility Features: VoiceOver, Mono Audio, Grayscale, Taptic Engine and More
Yahoo outs plans for Apple Watch support, ReSound debuts Watch app for hearing aids
How the Apple Watch heart rate sensor works, according to Apple
HomeKit / Smart Home / Internet Of Things
6 Smart LED bulbs tested – we name the best and brightest for lighting your connected home
This smart knob upgrades your stove with automatic temperature controls
IBM’s new Watson Health Cloud will draw data from Apple’s HealthKit and ResearchKit
Accessible Apple: An interview with Laura Legendary about the intersection of fashion and accessibility
Did you see anything else online that I missed? Leave a comment or drop me a line!