Apple Accessibility 101
Have you wondered about the built-in settings in your Apple devices, and how they can help the people you work with? This two-part workshop will provide an overview of iPad and iPhone accessibility settings and their potential suitability for people OTs may work with, including people with literacy, cognitive, vision and physical impairments. The workshop will be applied, relating the information to typical user scenarios. Live and video demonstrations will help you understand how the settings are used, and you will be guided through basic setup and customisation options. You will have the opportunity to practise along with your own device. Resources will be provided for further information and detail.
- iOS basics
- Magnification and screen reading
- Text to speech
- Customising the home screen and control centre
- Display and text settings
- Guided Access
- Settings to support people with motor impairments, including
- Assistive Touch
- Touch Accommodations
- Voice Control
- Switch Control and Head Pointer
About the Presenter : Bronwyn Simpson is an Occupational Therapist with 15 years experience in rehabilitation and assistive technology, with a particular expertise in electronic assistive technology. She teaches occupational therapy students these topics at the University of Sydney, where she is Associate Lecturer. She is also a researcher in the areas of well-being and disability, disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction and peer support.
The Certificate of Completion for this webinar, which you can use for CPD hours, will be emailed to you at the end of the month.
On purchasing this on demand session, a link to the recording will be made available along with any webinar resources which will be valid for one month.
Please note that the price to purchase access to this recording is for one person only. If you wish for multiple people to access the recording, please purchase access for each person.