Welcome back to our fourth episode of our podcast, which is hosted by Disability Horizon’s Martyn Sibley. In this episode, we look at the power of assistive technology at work. Martyn speaks with Chris Cusack, who in the past has been provided assistive technology through Access to Work. Watch below about what types of technology has aided Chris throughout his career.
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Take a look at our previous episodes, where we have spoken with Nicola James from Lexxic on her e-learning modules for line managers to help support neurodiversity in the workplace, Emma Voggelmann from Muscular Dystrophy UK Trailblazers, who helps young disabled people into employment, and with our own Senior Trainers Mark Woodward and Gill Hudson on getting a million more people into employment.
Dragon Naturally Speaking
Dragon software is one of the most popular speech recognition software on the market. It enables the person to transfer their spoken words into digital text, which is ideal for individuals with dyslexia, dyspraxia and low mobility in their fingers/hands.
At iansyst, we are assistive technology specialists who are able to provide the recommendations to find what piece of software or equipment is right for you. If you wish to see our full range of assistive technology, visit our sister website, www.dyslexic.com or get in touch with a member of staff on 01223 420 101