GUIDE is unique among assistive technology software in that it requires very little training while still providing access to a full range of computer tasks. This product is also an innovative solution for those who have little or no previous experience with computers. This was confirmed when GUIDE received the Simply the Best Award from the Royal National Institute for the Blind in the UK.
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Westerly, R.I. (PRWEB) July 10, 2007
Electronic Vision Access Solutions (EVAS) announces its distribution and support of GUIDE throughout the United States. Building on its foresight that the independence and quality of life of people with disabilities can be enhanced by Computer-Based Assistive Technology, EVAS launched its U.S. distribution of GUIDE. GUIDE software is an award winning computer access solution for people with low vision or who are blind. EVAS has formed an alliance with Software Express of the UK to provide national distribution and support of this innovative yet straightforward Assistive Technology.
Adrian Sach, Director of Software Express said "We look forward to working with EVAS to support them as they offer and support GUIDE software throughout the United States. We are pleased to work with a company that has long demonstrated its commitment to serving people with disabilities."
Visit http://www.lowvisioncomputers.com/ to learn more about GUIDE or request a Trial Version.
Jerry Swerdlick, CEO of EVAS said, "GUIDE is unique among assistive technology software in that it requires very little training while still providing access to a full range of computer tasks. This product is also an innovative solution for those who have little or no previous experience with computers. This was confirmed when GUIDE received the Simply the Best Award from the Royal National Institute for the Blind in the UK."
GUIDE is an ideal solution for the blind or visually impaired, older adults and those that have difficulty working in Windows, or those users who:
- Have little or no experience with computer technology
- Have little or no technical ability
- Lack the motivation or capability to acquire or retain detailed technical knowledge
- Have tried other assistive technology but are unable to learn or use them effectively
- Want an easy to use set of applications with Large Print/Speech Access outside of Windows
Using GUIDE's well-designed programs, and built-in large print and speech access, documents can be created, e-mails can be sent/received, printed material can be scanned and read, the web can be surfed and much more.
The look and operation of GUIDE can be fully adjusted to suit individual needs. Among other things, users can change the screen background color, text color, and font and select a male or female voice. Magnification and voices can also be independently controlled and menus customized to suit user preferences. Additional interactive features include news reader, internet radio and pod casts, audio and graphic file capabilities, calendar, address book, dictionary/thesaurus and calculator.
"With the simple to use GUIDE software, it will be easier than ever for people who are visually impaired and have no computer technology experience to communicate effectively and gain independence and a better quality of life" said Jerry Swerdlick, EVAS' CEO.
EVAS also announced today availability of its new Value Series Systems. These disability specific systems are fully integrated with application software, peripherals and assistive technology, installed and configured. GUIDE Value Series Systems are based on Dell™ Optiplex™ Computers with 19" Flat Panel Monitors, large print keyboards and all-in-one printers. The systems are covered by Dell's Three Year Warranty and protected by AVG Anti-Malware. Value Series Systems: Quality, Performance, and Prompt Delivery, at an Excellent Price, all in a total solution that runs right out of the box.
"Computer-based assistive technology can go a long way to meet the reading, writing, communication and information needs of people with disabilities", said Jerry Swerdlick EVAS' CEO.
Learn more about EVAS' Computer Access Solutions for people who are visually, physically, hearing or learning disabled at http://www.evas.com/.
EVAS, serving people with disabilities since 1979, has teamed with Dell™ to create Computer-Based Assistive Technology Solutions specifically designed for people who are visually, physically, hearing or learning disabled. These Plug & Play Systems run right out of the box with Application Software, Peripherals and Assistive Technology installed and configured. EVAS' Assistive Technology Solutions are tools that can be used to gain independence - an independence, which can open the doors to further education or employment opportunities and a better quality of life.