Electronic Arts (EA), a global leader in digital interactive entertainment, has partnered with Neil Squire, the Canadian leader in assistive technology, and their Makers Making Change initiative, to host Powered to Game, an accessible gaming tournament for gamers with disabilities, on November 27th at EA Vancouver.
Yesterday our Tech for Good™ team was at TELUS Garden in Vancouver for an accessibility workshop followed by a series of one-on-one accessibility consultations. Attendees learned all about the accessibility features of iPhones and Samsung mobile phones. Interested in joining us at our next workshop or learning about Tech for Good™? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, […]
Good nutrition is a significant but often overlooked aspect of health, and studies(new window) have shown that healthy eating has a significant impact on an individuals physical and mental well-being. In fact, the study linked above asserts that “…nutrition services and programmes for children and adults can act as entry points to address and, in some cases, avoid or mitigate disability”.
For over a decade, remote access software has allowed individuals in the business or IT environment to remotely access and interact with computers that are located off-site. This technological advancement has allowed IT professionals to troubleshoot and control computer systems that are located thousands of miles from their physical location.