Visual #11

Accommodations for Blindness

  • Printed materials on computer disk and/or on a web page or in email
  • Describe visual aids
  • Audiotaped, Braille, or electronic notes, handouts, texts
  • Raised-line drawings and tactile models of graphic materials
  • Braille lab signs, equipment labels
  • Auditory lab warning signals
  • Adaptive equipment (e.g., talking thermometers, calculators; tactile timers)
  • Computer with optical character reader, voice output, Braille screen display printer output
  • Increased time on tests