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Useful key commands for Dolphin GuideConnect

Useful key commands on GuideConnect.

This tutorial gives you a list of useful key commands to use with Dolphin GuideConnect. The relevant key command is given first and is followed by a brief description of what it does.

Speech and Magnification.

Control key: Pauses GuideConnect speech.

Control key and main keyboard zero key: Toggles GuideConnect’s voice on and off.

Control key and F11 key: switches to next preferred voice.

F9 key: Decreases the speed of GuideConnect’s voice by 1 level.

F10 key: Increases the speed of GuideConnect’s voice by 1 level.

F11 key: Decreases magnification by 1 level.

F12 key: Increases magnification by 1 level.

Note that, the magnification level of each screen can be adjusted separately using the F11 and F12 keys.

Other Function Keys.

F1 key: Opens the help page for the area of GuideConnect that you are using.

F2 key: Opens the actions menu for the area of GuideConnect that you are using.

F3 key: Opens the Help and Information menu. In this menu you can find the time and date along with a calendar preview of the current day, battery percentage (if you are using a laptop or tablet), internet connection, notification centre and the ability to switch between your preferred voices.

F4 key: Repeats the speech of the item that GuideConnect is focused on.

F5 key: Starts GuideConnect reading from the current position when in letters, documents, emails and on web pages.

Control and F5 key: Starts GuideConnect reading from the current position in proof read mode when in letters and documents. Reading in proof read mode will announce punctuation.

F6 key: Starts voice dictation. Note that, if you are using a desktop computer or tv pod, you will need an external microphone or microphone headset to be able to use voice dictation with this shortcut key.

F7 key: Decreases the computer volume by 10 percent.

F8 key: Increases the computer volume by 10 percent.

General key commands.

Control key, Shift key and letter C key: Turns on GuideConnect from the Windows desktop. This is particularly useful if you have turned off GuideConnect to allow a sighted family member or friend to use your computer and you need to turn GuideConnect back on without restarting the computer.

Enter key: Activates/opens an item. For example, if you’re on a link in an email and you press the Enter key, the link will be opened or if you’re on the GuideConnect main menu and are on a menu option, the menu option will be opened.

Up and Down arrow keys: Move you up and down the menu options, files, emails etc. They also move you up or down one line when in emails, documents, letters and on web pages.

Escape key pressed quickly: Takes you back one step.

Escape key held down: Returns you directly to the GuideConnect main menu. Note that, if you are listening to a radio station, podcast or audiobook, you will need to stop it and press Escape once to close the play screen before this shortcut will work.

This document was written by James Goldsworthy of Alternate Visions Coaching. James is an accredited Dolphin GuideConnect trainer and Certified Software Specialist. He lost his sight in 2005 and has worked with the visually impaired since 2006. He started his training and coaching business Alternate Visions Coaching in January 2014.

Copyright 2020. All rights reserved.

How to create email folders with Dolphin GuideConnect

How to create email folders with GuideConnect.

This tutorial shows you how to create email folders with GuideConnect. To create email folders, follow the steps below.

Important note: If you are using a Dolphin remote to control GuideConnect, replace any instances of F2 key with Actions Button, any instances of Enter Key with Ok Button, any instances of Escape Key with Back Button and any instances of F6 key with Microphone button.

Step 1: Go to the, Email option on the GuideConnect main menu and press Enter to open it.

Step 2: Use the down arrow key to find the, Folders option and press Enter on it. A list of your email folders will be displayed to you.

Step 3: Press the F2 key to open the actions menu. There will be an Add New Folder option, press enter on that option.

Step 4: An empty text box will be displayed on the screen and GuideConnect will ask you to give the folder a name. Simply type or dictate the name that you wish to give the new folder and then press Enter. GuideConnect will tell you that the folder was created successfully and will say Okay. Simply press Enter to clear that announcement. Your new folder is now created and you can use the up and down arrows to find it.

Step 5: Repeat steps 1 to 4 to create other new email folders.

Step 6: When you have finished creating new email folders, simply use the Escape key to get back to the GuideConnect main menu.

This document was written by James Goldsworthy of Alternate Visions Coaching. James is an accredited Dolphin GuideConnect trainer and Certified Software Specialist. He lost his sight in 2005 and has worked with the visually impaired since 2006. He started his training and coaching business Alternate Visions Coaching in January 2014.

Copyright 2021. All rights reserved.

Using function keys on Dolphin GuideConnect

Using Function keys on GuideConnect.

This short tutorial gives you a list of the function keys followed by a description of the actions they perform on GuideConnect.

Note: If you are using a laptop, you may find that you need to hold down the Fn key in conjunction with pressing keys listed below. Whether you need to do so depends on the model of your laptop.

F1: Opens the help page for the area of GuideConnect you are using.

F2: Opens the actions menu for the area of GuideConnect you are using.

F3: Opens the help & information menu. In this area you can access help pages, access GuideConnect tutorial videos, get the time and date, preview the days calendar events, view your internet connection, view the battery percentage of your device (if you are using a laptop or tablet), view notifications and switch between your preferred voices .

F4: Repeats the speech of the item that GuideConnect is focused on.

F5: Starts GuideConnect’s “Read from here” function.

F6: Activates the microphone for voice dictation. Note that if you wish to use the voice dictation function on a desktop computer, you will need to connect an external microphone.

F7: Reduces system volume by 10%.

F8: Increases system volume by 10%.

F9: Decreases speech rate by one level.

F10: Increases speech rate by one level.

F11: Decreases magnification by one level.

F12: Increases magnification by one level.

HOT TIP: It is possible to set the magnification level for each screen separately with GuideConnect. For example, you could have your Calendar screen set to magnification level 3, your email screen set to magnification level 5 and your address book screen set to magnification level 2. You can use these function keys to adjust those magnification levels accordingly. In addition, if you set the magnification level whilst you are on the main menu, it will be applied to all screens throughout GuideConnect. The only exception to this is websites. Websites vary hugely, so GuideConnect will always reset to its default Magnification size when you exit a web page. You can of course use these function key shortcuts to adjust magnification when you open a new web page.

This document was written by James Goldsworthy of Alternate Visions Coaching. James is an accredited Dolphin GuideConnect trainer and Certified Software Specialist. He lost his sight in 2005 and has worked with the visually impaired since 2006. He started his training and coaching business Alternate Visions Coaching in January 2014.

Copyright 2020. All rights reserved.

Hints & tips for using websites with Dolphin GuideConnect tutorial

Hints & tips for using websites with GuideConnect.

This tutorial gives you hints and tips to help you use websites more effectively with GuideConnect.

Inaccessible websites.

The average website these days is pretty accessible and generally website accessibility is improving all the time. There are always exceptions however and to be honest, as a GuideConnect user, there’s not really anything you can do to fix it. Similarly, if a website is not accessible in the first place, Dolphin cannot do anything to fix it either. The best most advanced screenreader in the world will not be able to use a website if the website itself is poorly labelled, if the buttons and tick boxes on the site do not work, if interactive scroll areas do not work with screen reading software etc. Screen reading software can only operate effectively in website environments which enable them to do so. Although it won’t happen all the time, you should be prepared that as a user of assistive screen reading technology you will at some point come across websites which you will simply not be able to use properly.

Navigation.

There are an awful lot of shortcut keys available on GuideConnect to help you navigate around websites. It is unlikely that you will use all of them all of the time however. Here, I suggest the shortcut keys that you will get the most benefit from using straight away. Once you have mastered using these, you may find that you wish to start using some of the others available to you. A complete list of the shortcut keys for use on websites can be found in the, Using the internet with GuideConnect tutorial.

The skip to main content link.

Most web pages, although not all, have a “skip to main content” link near the top of the web page. This link is particularly useful as it means by pressing the Enter key when you are on it, the focus of GuideConnect will be moved down to the main content of the page. This could be an article that you wish to read, details of an item you are thinking about purchasing or just the welcome text on the home page of the website for example. Websites which have this, “skip to main content” link generally have it at the top of each page of the website, so it’s a useful way of jumping to the bits you’re interested in rather than having to navigate through a swathe of clutter populating the first quarter of a page.

Jumping to the top or bottom of a web page.

It is often beneficial to be able to jump straight to the top or bottom of a web page rather than spending ages navigating up and down it with arrow keys or shortcut keys. You can easily do this by using the following hotkeys.

– To jump to the top of a web page on a computer with a full sized keyboard, hold down the left Control key and press and release the Home key. The focus of GuideConnect will jump to the top of the page and GuideConnect will announce, “top of web page”. You can check this by pressing the up arrow key once and GuideConnect will repeat the announcement.

– To jump to the top of a web page on a laptop computer without a number pad on the keyboard, hold down the left Control key, the Fn key and press and release the Left Arrow key. The focus of GuideConnect will jump to the top of the page and GuideConnect will announce, “top of web page”. You can check this by pressing the up arrow key once and GuideConnect will repeat the announcement.

– To jump to the bottom of a web page on a computer with a full sized keyboard, hold down the left Control key and press and release the End key. The focus of GuideConnect will jump to the bottom of the page and GuideConnect will announce, “bottom of web page”. You can check this by pressing the down arrow key once and GuideConnect will repeat the announcement.

– To jump to the bottom of a web page on a laptop computer without a number pad on the keyboard, hold down the left Control key, the Fn key and press and release the Right Arrow key. The focus of GuideConnect will jump to the bottom of the page and GuideConnect will announce, “bottom of web page”. You can check this by pressing the down arrow key once and GuideConnect will repeat the announcement.

Headings.

Headings are an important part of websites and are a useful way by which those of us using screen reading software can navigate web pages. For all intents and purposes, a heading is the title of a section of a web page. This could be a main heading such as the title of an article, a subheading denoting a sub category or a list of search results on Google or on a shopping web page. Headings are divided into levels each specified with a number. For example, heading level 1, heading level 2, heading level 3 and so on. There are several ways by which we can navigate headings with GuideConnect.

1: Each time you press the letter H key when on a web page, the focus of GuideConnect will move to the next heading on that page regardless of heading level. You can move to the previous heading regardless of heading level by holding down the Shift key and pressing the letter H key.

2: Press the F2 key on the keyboard or the A button on the Dolphin remote to open the actions menu. Then, use the down arrow key to move down the actions menu to find the Headings option, then press the Enter key on the keyboard or the Okay button on the Dolphin remote. A list of all of the headings on the web page will be displayed. You can then use the up and down arrow keys to move through the list to find a heading. Once you’ve found the heading you want, press the Enter key on the keyboard or the Okay button on the Dolphin remote and the focus of GuideConnect will jump to that heading on the web page.

3: Press numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 on the keyboard to jump to the next heading of that heading level on the web page. To move to the previous heading of that heading level on the web page, hold down the Shift key and press and release number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 on the keyboard. Not all websites are split into headings in the same way but as a general rule of thumb, heading level 1 will be the main subject of the web page, heading level 2 will be the titles of sub categories within the main subject, heading level 3 will be search results or individual items within a list of reference. Heading levels 4, 5 and 6 are usually sub sections of sub categories, footer headings of the web page or similar. It is for that reason that heading levels 1, 2 and 3 are the most immediately useful.

An excellent example of using headings effectively is when you have done a web search and the Google search results page is displayed. Rather than using the down arrow key to move down the page item by item until you eventually get to the search results, if you press the number 1 key a few times until you hear GuideConnect announce, “search results”, you will have jumped passed all of the clutter near the top of the page and the focus of GuideConnect will be exactly where you need it to be to successfully navigate through the search results.

Then, if you press the number 3 key, you will start moving through the search results. Each time you press the number 3 key, the GuideConnect focus will jump to the next search result. If you wish to jump backwards through the search results, hold down the Shift key and press and release the number 3 key. Each time you do so you will be jumped to the previous search result. When you have found the search result you want, press the Enter key and GuideConnect will load the web page you selected.

Links.

Links are an important part of websites and are a useful way by which those of us using screen reading software can navigate web pages. For all intents and purposes, a link is an electronic pathway to opening a different page on the current website or to take you to an article, item or piece of information on another website. There are two ways by which we can navigate links with GuideConnect.

1: Each time you press the letter K key when on a web page, the focus of GuideConnect will move to the next link on that page. You can move to the previous link by holding down the Shift key and pressing the letter K key.

2: Press the F2 key on the keyboard or the A button on the Dolphin remote to open the actions menu. Then, use the down arrow key to move down the actions menu to find the Links option, then press the Enter key on the keyboard or the Okay button on the Dolphin remote. A list of all of the links on the web page will be displayed. You can then use the up and down arrow keys to move through the list to find a link. Once you’ve found the link you want, press the Enter key on the keyboard or the Okay button on the Dolphin remote and the link will be activated and the page associated with that link will be loaded.

The read from here & pause speech keys.

When you are on a web page and you have navigated to a heading or part of the page you wish to read from, you can press the F5 key on a keyboard or the speaker button on the Dolphin remote and GuideConnect will read from the current position. It will continue reading until you press the left Control key on a keyboard or the speaker key again on a Dolphin remote to pause the speech. To get it started again or to pause it, simply repeat these steps. This is an incredibly useful function and allows you to read entire articles or parts of a web page with complete control over when the reading starts and stops.

Filling in edit areas & completing forms.

Edit Areas.

Edit areas are an integral part of most websites. They can take the form of boxes to type user names and passwords into, comment boxes for writing reviews or commenting on social media posts, performing searches within websites and more.

Using edit areas on web pages with GuideConnect is very straight forward. When you move onto an edit area, GuideConnect will announce, “edit area. Select to enter text”. Once you have heard this, do the following.

1: Press the Enter key and GuideConnect will announce, “interactive mode”. This means that the focus of GuideConnect is within the edit area and you are now able to type inside it.

2: Type the desired information, then press the Escape key. GuideConnect will announce, “navigation mode”. This means that the focus of GuideConnect is now outside of the edit area and you are able to use your normal navigation keys to move around the web page, for example, to move down to the next edit area in a form or to move down to the search button.

Other items.

You will often find that an online form consists of several edit areas as well as selection lists, check boxes and buttons. Here is a breakdown of what they are and how to use them with GuideConnect.

Selection lists: Depending on the web page you are on, selection lists can be referred to as selection list, selection menu, pop up menu or scroll area. This is due to how the web page has been created rather than how GuideConnect sees the information. For all intents and purposes, they all perform the same function. Most commonly they give you the ability to select a number such as your day of birth, shoe size etc. They are also used for selecting month of birth, blouse/shirt sizes etc. They are even sometimes used to enable you to choose colours or quantities but as with most things to do with the internet, this will vary depending on the web page you are using. To use a selection list, do the following.

1: When the focus of GuideConnect is on a selection list, press the Enter key and GuideConnect will announce, “interactive mode”. This means that the focus of GuideConnect is within the selection list.

2: Use the up and down arrow keys to move within the list to find the option you want. For example, if I were looking for my day of birth, I would use the arrow keys to find the number 10.

3: Press the Escape key. GuideConnect will announce, “navigation mode”. This means that the focus of GuideConnect is now outside of the selection list and you are able to use your normal navigation keys to move around the web page, for example, to move down to the next item in a form or to move down to the Place Order button.

Check boxes: Check boxes are simply boxes which you can choose to put a tick in. If you wish to put a tick in an empty check box, simply press the Enter key on it and GuideConnect will announce, “checked check box”. If the check box already has a tick in it and you wish to remove it, press the Enter key on it and GuideConnect will announce, “unchecked check box”.

Buttons: There are a couple of different button types on web pages. These are standard buttons, which GuideConnect announces as, “button” and radio buttons, which GuideConnect announces as, “radio button”.

– Standard buttons are used for items such as Search, Submit, Login, Sign in, Place order etc.

– Radio buttons are most commonly used when you are required to make a selection out of a list of options. These could be Yes or No options or selecting a rating from 1 to 5 etc. They can also be used for selecting the same sorts of options that selection lists are used for such as, selecting a colour or size.

Regardless of the button type, the way by which we use them with GuideConnect is the same. To activate a button, simply press the Enter key whilst the focus of GuideConnect is on it.

General advice.
We all hear horror stories about the dangers of using websites for shopping, internet scams and so on. Here is some general advice to help you stay safe and minimise the risks.

1: If in doubt, don’t do it. If you are on a website and you are unsure about what you are doing, feel that there might be some sort of scam in play or fear that a link has taken you to a dodgy webpage, do not remain on the webpage. Simply hold down the Escape key on the keyboard to return to the GuideConnect main menu.

2: When on a web page, listen to the information that GuideConnect is giving you and if needs be, slow down. It is better to be slower and accurate than wizzing through things and not really understanding what you are doing. Become accurate first and your speed will naturally improve as a result.

3: Do not be afraid to explore the web page before you start pressing Enter on things. The most common statement I hear from people I work with is that when they go onto websites, they just end up going round and round in circles. This is because in general, they are not really listening to the information GuideConnect is giving them and more often than not, they are simply not exploring the web page to find out what is actually on it. As discussed in this tutorial and in the Using the internet with GuideConnect tutorial, there are many hot keys to help you navigate around web pages more easily. Don’t be afraid to use them.

4: If you are particularly trigger happy with your Enter key, find yourself pressing it automatically and getting yourself in a bit of a pickle when on web pages, here’s a handy little exercise that can help you get out of that habit. Each time you move onto an item such as a link, stop and count to 3 in your head. This will stop you from hitting that Enter key and will give you time to digest the information that GuideConnect has announced for that item. You will then be better informed as to what to do next.

This document was written by James Goldsworthy of Alternate Visions Coaching. James is an accredited Dolphin GuideConnect trainer and Certified Software Specialist. He lost his sight in 2005 and has worked with the visually impaired since 2006. He started his training and coaching business Alternate Visions Coaching in January 2014.

Copyright 2021. All rights reserved.

Using the internet with Dolphin GuideConnect tutorial

Using the internet with GuideConnect.

There are many key commands built into GuideConnect to make navigating around and reading websites easier. This tutorial gives you a list of GuideConnect internet key commands as well as giving you a brief explanation of what they do.

F2: Opens the website actions menu.

Down arrow: Moves to the next line/item on the web page.

Up arrow: Moves to the previous line/item on the web page.

B: Moves you to the next button.

Shift and B: Moves you to the previous button.

C: Moves you to the next list box.

Shift and C: Moves you to the previous list box.

D: Moves you to the next item of a different type.

Shift and D: Moves you to the previous item of a different type.

E: Moves you to the next edit box.

Shift and E: Moves you to the previous edit box.

F: Moves you to the next form.

Shift and F: Moves you to the previous form.

G: Moves you to the next graphic.

Shift and G: Moves you to the previous graphic.

H: Moves you to the next heading.

Shift and H: Moves you to the previous heading.

K: Moves you to the next link.

Shift and K: Moves you to the previous link.

P: Moves you to the next paragraph.

Shift and P: Moves you to the previous paragraph.

R: Moves you to the next option button (sometimes referred to as a radio button).

Shift and R: Moves you to the previous option button (sometimes referred to as a radio button).

T: Moves you to the next table.

Shift and T: Moves you to the previous table.

V: Moves you to the next visited link.

Shift and V: Moves you to the previous visited link.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6: Jumps to the next heading of that heading level.

Shift and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6: Jumps to the previous heading of that heading level.

Escape: Closes the web page and takes you back to the Websites menu.

Tab: Jumps to the next object on the web page.

Shift and Tab: Jumps to the previous object on the web page.

Back space: Takes you back to the previous page you visited.

Shift and back space: Takes you forward to the next page in a series of pages you have visited.

Control and I: Shows or hides images on a web page.

Control and T: switches between GuideConnect colours and original web page colours.

Control and P: Prints the web page in the colours displayed on screen.

Home: Jumps to the beginning of the line you are currently on.

End: Jumps to the end of the line you are currently on.

Control and Home: Jumps to the top of the current web page.

Control and End: Jumps to the bottom of the current web page.

Control: Pauses GuideConnect reading out the web page.

F5: Starts GuideConnect reading the web page from the current position.

To do a search or complete a form: Find the text box area either by using the shortcut keys previously mentioned or using the arrow keys to find it. Once you’ve found it, GuideConnect will announce, “Edit area. Select to enter text”. Then, press and release the Enter key. The focus of GuideConnect will move inside the text box so you can type and GuideConnect will announce, “Interactive mode”. Now you can type the information required, this could be your name, a password or search words for example. Once you have finished typing, press the Escape key. The focus of GuideConnect will then move out of the text box and GuideConnect will announce, “navigation mode”. You can then use the down arrow key or letter B shortcut key to navigate to the search, submit, go, login, sign in button etc.

To add a web page to your FAVOURITES LIST: Make sure you are on the page of the website you want to add then press the F2 key to bring up the actions menu. Use the down arrow key to find the “Add page to favourites” option and press ENTER. GuideConnect will then tell you that the web page has been successfully added to your list of favourites. Simply press the Enter key to confirm.

To delete a web page from your FAVOURITES LIST: Go to the FAVOURITES menu option in the Websites area on the GuideConnect main menu. Then, use the up or down arrow keys to find the favourite you wish to delete from the list. Once you’ve found it, press the F2 key to open the actions list. Use the down arrow key to find the “Delete” option then press the Enter key. The favourite will then be deleted.

This document was written by James Goldsworthy of Alternate Visions Coaching. James is an accredited Dolphin GuideConnect trainer and Certified Software Specialist. He lost his sight in 2005 and has worked with the visually impaired since 2006. He started his training and coaching business Alternate Visions Coaching in January 2014.

Copyright 2020. All rights reserved.

Change in business hours announcement

Just a quick announcement regarding business hours.

Due to current circumstances, AVC is going down to a four day working week.

Starting from Monday 6th July 2020, our business hours will be 9am until 5pm Tuesday to Friday.

Given the current situation with COVID-19, this change will be in place for the foreseeable future. AVC services will remain the same, simply running on a four day week.

Thank you for your understanding.

My interview about my journey through sight loss with the guys from Virosis Clothing

Something a bit different for you today.

 

A couple of good friends of mine, Graham D and CJ, have recently started a pod cast called the Virosis Clothing pod cast. Virosis Clothing is a new alternative T-shirt enterprise created by Graham D, whose ethos and branding are all about facing adversity, overcoming challenges and emerging relentless through whatever life throws at you. The pod cast is an extension of those concepts, has focus around music, movies, gaming and relaxed humour. The guys play new songs from up and coming alternative/metal/hardcore bands from all around the world and often include interviews with those bands. The show often has some sort of slightly off the wall segment such as a death match between sci fi heroes and villains, which are always good fun. The whole pod cast has a really chilled vibe and is always fun to listen to. The T-shirt designs are really cool too and tie in superbly to the “Emerge Relentless” theme.

 

One of the features the guys have included on the show is interviews with people who have real life stories of facing adversity, overcoming the odds, persisting against where others have given up etc. I was thrilled when the guys asked me to be their first interview to tell the story of my sight loss, how I handled it, how I adapted to living with no sight and ultimately, where I am today in terms of having overcome the loss of my sight. It was a really great interview and we had a lot of fun doing it. We ended up with so much that they decided to split it across the first three episodes of the pod cast. The guys have given me exclusive permission to share the interview in isolation in its entirety here. So, without further ado, here it is: JG Virosis pod cast interview, facing adversity 2019.mp3

 

If you would like to check out the pod cast, simply search for Virosis Clothing in your chosen pod cast app.

 

You can follow Virosis Clothing on Facebook at 

https://p.facebook.com/VirosisClothing/

Kids audio book news and audio sample

I’m thrilled to announce that my book for kids age 7+, The Adventures of Larry the Stick Insect: Larry the Dancing King,, currently available on Amazon Kindle, is now also available as an audio book on Audible, Amazon and iTunes.

 

As you know, I am blind and work with visually impaired adults and children as an assistive technology trainer/enablement coach. In the interest of making the book as accessible as possible I published it on Amazon Kindle so it can be read by visually impaired and sighted people alike on any device with the Kindle app installed on it. Having it produced as an audio book is an extension of this that makes it even more accessible to everybody..

 

So what’s the book about? It’s about a young stick insect, his friends and his adventures as he attends his school’s end of year dance. Larry loves Miranda who is a beautiful Ladybird, but as with any good story there’s a bad guy. That bad guy is Marv, a Praying Mantis who along with his sidekicks Vic and Kane bullies Larry and his friends and acts like he owns the school. In Larry the Dancing King Larry is confronted by Marv in front of his entire school, but Larry has a secret which he reveals to the astonishment of everybody present. The book is funny and paints a vivid picture of the action whilst having a good moral at its core. It’s been well received by children and adults alike.

 

Here’s an audio sample of the book: Larrythedancingking-retailaudiosample.mp3

 

You can get the book from the following:

 

Amazon, Kindle ebook & audio book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F22RRCR/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_c_Gx6nBbZN4VW3J

 

Audible, audio book: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Children/The-Adventures-of-Larry-the-Stick-Insect-Audiobook/B07F24BXL7

 

iTunes, audio book: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/audiobook/adventures-larry-stick-insect-larry-dancing-king-unabridged/id1406387658

 

You can follow Larry on Facebook on: http://www.facebook.com/Adventuresoflarryofficial

 

You can also follow Larry on his very own Twitter page on: @larrythestick1

 

You can follow me on my Facebook author page on: https://www.facebook.com/jamesgoldsworthyauthor/

 

You can also follow me on Twitter on: @authorjgolds

 

RNIB Tech Talk radio interview now available to listen to

A couple of months ago I posted that Steve Bennett from Dolphin Computer Access and I were interviewed on RNIB’s Tech Talk radio show. On the show Steve and I talk about some of Dolphin’s products, specifically SuperNova, Guide, EasyReader app for iOS and Android and the new Reader Pod. The show is now available to listen to at the following link:

 

https://audioboom.com/posts/6856628-dolphin-computer-access-emails