Layla: 4 Year Old Learning VoiceOver and Braille Video

Video of a blind preschooler and her first three accessible apps.

This summary video follows a four year old student as she is learning to use an iPad, VoiceOver gestures and a refreshable braille display.  This 9 minute video begins in September with Layla being introduced to an iPad using VoiceOver gestures and ends in January with Layla reading and writing braille using an iPad paired with a refreshable braille display.  For information about the three apps Layla uses in this video, go to “Layla’s Three Preschool Apps Video” post.


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Introducing iPad VoiceOver Accessibility to young children with visual impairments

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Cartoon caterpillar on a half eaten leaf reading a book.

Butterflies part 1: Caterpillars

Monarch multiline braille display

Graphing with the Monarch and Desmos

Cartoon lion sitting beside wrapped gifts, holding balloons and wearing a pointy hat.

Inference activities part 2: Pictures and alt text image descriptions