Our Services

iSightRehab provides remote training services in assistive technology for individuals who are blind or visually impaired, which encompass training in screen magnification and screen reader usage, along with support for devices on both Apple and Android platforms. Our services cater to a diverse audience, including students, adults, and seniors, who are keen on adapting to the continually evolving world of visual impairment technology.

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Screen Magnifier

A screen magnifier is a software or hardware tool that enlarges on-screen content, such as text, images, and graphics, to enhance visibility for individuals with visual impairments. It helps users by making digital content more accessible and legible, allowing them to navigate and interact with technology more effectively.

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Screen Reader

A screen reader is assistive technology that converts on-screen text and content into synthesized speech or Braille, enabling visually impaired individuals to access and interact with digital devices, websites, and applications. It reads aloud or translates visual information into tactile formats, providing auditory or tactile cues for navigating the digital world independently.

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Device Support

Device support for the visually impaired involves providing technical assistance and accessibility features on various electronic devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and wearables. These services aim to make these devices more user-friendly by implementing features like screen readers, magnification tools, voice commands, and gesture controls, enabling visually impaired individuals to use and benefit from modern technology.


Support for visually impaired students includes tailored educational accommodations such as Braille materials, screen readers, large-print textbooks, and assistive technology, ensuring equal access to curriculum and resources. Additionally, it involves specialized instruction and accessibility training to promote independence and success in the classroom and beyond.



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Support for visually impaired adults often includes vocational training, job placement assistance, and the provision of assistive technology to promote employment opportunities and career development. Additionally, it may involve orientation and mobility training, daily living skills instruction, and counseling to enhance independent living and social integration in adulthood.

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iSight Connections is a Foundation of iSightRehab. The Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing care and resources for individuals living with vision loss. iSight Connections is dedicated to helping you or your loved ones thrive independently and enjoy life in beautiful Colorado. 

Please visit isightconnections.org



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