Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Gayle and I with my Navage device

It is not one of my favorite activities whenever I need to learn a new device and then there is no manual in a format that I can read.

As a blind person, I still need to face the challenges of having to ask someone to help me navigate or read a manual whenever said manual is not in an electronic format; text, RTF, or Word.

This was the case when I bought a nasal cleaning device in 2015 and I had to ask my sister-in-law, Gayle, to help and as always she came quickly to my rescue.

Patient as always she took the time to read the manual and then to show me how to use the device.  Once I had been shown how to use it the rest was easy but I so hope that with time more manufacturers will realize that the technological landscape is changing and that they, too, need to change.

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