Have you been thinking about buying your first iPhone, but you are not sure if it’s really right for you?
Do you have an iPhone but struggle to do anything with it?
This September, we will be hosting a three-session, small group, hands-on workshop, designed to help people who are visually impaired or blind to evaluate whether an iPhone is the correct device for them and the basics for getting the most out of it. The sessions will take place on Mondays, September 12, 19, and 26, from 10 AM – 1 PM at IN-SIGHT.
Mary Abby Jusayan will lead the participants through all of the basics of the iPhone including what it is, how much it costs, the basic tasks that you can accomplish with it, and the accessibility options that make it easier for people with vision issues to use it.
Participants must commit to attending all three sessions. This is a donor-funded event and lunch will be provided. Participants do not need to currently own an iPhone to participate. Vouchers for people using the RIde program to access this series are available thanks to a gift in memory of J. John Pimentel.
To register, complete the form below. Mary Abby will contact you with further information.