Saksham is all set to launch its EVO-E10 and Saktek Online Store this Saturday on 14 December 2019. The EVO-E10 is a daisy player specially designed to be a complete audio substitute for print material. It can be a game-changer for students with visual impairment allowing them to easily record lectures in the classroom or … Continue reading Launch of Saksham’s EVO-E10 and Saktek Online Store!
A comparative analysis of all the apps recently developed for money transaction. Over a decade, we get to see the remarkable progress made, which has increased the worth of a smartphone in manifolds. The best part of these apps is that, every individual regardless of his or her disability can access and perform their mundane … Continue reading Paytm or Google Pay- Which one is more accessible?
Children who are unable to cope with formal education as a result of their low IQ are given vocational training. They receive functional knowledge of Mathematics, Science, and Social Sciences through the vocational training they receive. For instance, they learn maths while they sort shapes, count and string beads to make jewelry. They learn about … Continue reading Vocational Training at Saksham Resource Centre
A device which allows a print disabled person to read digital talking books and audio material, access e-text / computer-generated material, as well as to record information. Saksham has introduced two high-end daisy players which are apt for Indian users. Saksham Evo E5 and Evo E-10 have created a boom in the market. The devices … Continue reading A complete audio substitute for print material- Daisy Player
Recently, an Alberta woman with an obvious physical disability was asked to leave a grocery store and not come back because she could not pack her own groceries quickly enough. According to the report on CBC’s Go Public, the checkout clerk said she was slowing down the line as she struggled to bag her groceries, and the … Continue reading Should I say ‘disabled person’ or ‘person with a disability’?
"Dotbook", the refreshable Braille display that has been developed over several years of effort is finally ready for release. After multiple iterations and incorporation of feedback from hundreds of users, the device has been launched on February 27, 2019. An inter-disciplinary multi-organization young team from AssisTech (IIT Delhi), KritiKal Solutions, Phoenix Medical Systems, and Saksham … Continue reading DotBook- India’s First Braille Laptop
Saksham’s new venture in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment with member organizations of Daisy Forum of India (DFI) and powered by TCS Access Infinity is the SUGAMYA PUSTAKALAYA. Sugamya Pustakalaya an online library, is India 's first and largest collection of accessible books. The Pustakalaya is the aggregator of accessible versions of books available … Continue reading SUGAMYA PUSTAKALYA- A step towards an Accessible Digital India