Staff and Volunteers Participate in iPhone Accessibility Workshop

On Monday 16th January Mohammed Atif, the Technology for Life Coordinator at RNIB, came to the Bradbury Activity Centre to deliver an introduction to iPhones and iPhone accessibility features to a group of our staff and volunteers. The session covered creating accessibility shortcuts, text size, zoom, voice over, dictation and much more.
By upskilling staff and volunteers with equipment we hope to be able to pass these skills on to clients and incorporate them into our office environments.
Thank you Mohammad for coming and sharing your knowledge!
Six of the workshop participants sitting behind desks, smiling at the camera.

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