Tutorial: Tech Tools to Make Your Life More Accessible

Community Living Campaign
Tuesday, 5/14/2024
11:00 - 12:00

Community Living Campaign’s Inclusion and Access Program lead Jennifer Walsh shares how to use smartphones and gadgets in unique ways to accomplish daily tasks and help make life easier & more accessible. Discover how technology is more than different kinds of computers.

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Jennifer Walsh is Community Living Campaign’s Inclusion and Access Program Lead, which provides on-going accessibility and technology training. She provides resources and solutions ranging from adaptive equipment (pointers and trackballs for those with hand mobility challenges, large type keyboards, etc.) to training on programs and apps that make navigating a device easier for persons with disabilities.

The Community Living Campaign (CLC) brings greater joy, health, and connectedness to seniors and people with disabilities in San Francisco through community-building, empowerment, and advocacy.

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This event is part of SF Tech Week.


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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

Attending Programs

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