Screenreader.net provides computer and phone reading software and an extensive tailor made technology training service that is affordable and based around the real needs and experiences of blind people. Their mission is to improve the lives of blind and partially-sighted people by providing software for computers and phones, extensive training and a range of gadgets and living aids.

Computer and phone software:

Software developed by people with little or no vision includes:

  • Thunder – a free talking screenreader software for personal home use
  • GeorgiePhone – a family of apps (downloadable programmes for a phone) for blind and low vision people which can be purchased on the Google Play Store. Each app is individual so you only need to buy the app that will enhance your life.

Aids and equipment to purchase:

They sell a range of economically priced aids including:

  • Smartphones
  • Text to speech and screenreaders
  • Reading software
  • Magnifying glasses
  • Braille printers
  • Braille displays

Training and support:

Training topics are vast (manuals provided in clear print, audio and braille) and include:

  • Mobile phone software
  • Apple and Mac computer software
  • Braille devices, technology and software
  • CCTVs and magnifiers
  • Internet and web browsers
  • Email
  • Outlook
  • Microsoft suits
  • Microsoft Windows7, Vista, XP and Office2010, 2007 and 2003
  • Tablets (ipad etc)
  • Screenreaders like Jaws and Thunder
  • Scanning software
  • Voice recorders
  • Audio players

 

Please click here for more information about Screenreader.net or contact them using the information below:

Screenreader.net

7 The Rookery

Orton Wistow

Peterborough

Cambridgeshire

PE2 6YT

 

01733 234441

ask@screenreader.net