Category: Orientation and Mobility Training Program

Teaching And Learning The Sendero Gps

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Teaching and Learning the Sendero GPS is an orientation and mobility training program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or their teachers. This software suite provides training on use of the Sendero GPS voice output mobility program from Sendero Group. This training program uses plain English to help assistive technology trainers and mobility instructors who need to train their students, parents who want to teach their children, and individuals who want to teach themselves. Topics covered include automatically announcing the name of the current street and closest intersection, nearby points of interest, and the nearest address; creating and following vehicle and pedestrian routes and announcing that the destination is on the right or left side of the street; searching for points of interest among 50 categories, such as restaurants, food stores, bus and train stations and ATMs; and exploring the local neighborhood or any neighborhood in countries where maps are available. The program is available in either print, braille, or DAISY format.


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De Witt & Associates, Inc.
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Phone: 877-447-6500
Fax: 201-447-1187
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Blind & Low Vision, Communication, Computers