So someone you care for has a new In Your Pocket. Great News! But you are probably now wondering “how do I support them to use In Your Pocket?”. First off, let’s set the stage…. In Your Pocket isn’t just a standard phone for the blind – a smartphone with
Keeping up to date can be tough. Tougher also if your eyesight is starting to fail. And Isolation just makes things worse. The RealSAM In Your Pocket team appreciates this. In fact creating a newspaper reader was the “version 1” of In Your Pocket. We now have over 100 Newspapers
One thing that Lockdowns and Isolation do is give us plenty of time on our hands. Perhaps family can’t come to visit, but you can sit down and enjoy a good magazine with In Your Pocket. We have over 50 magazines that are updated regularly and included as part of
Social Isolation is tough. And even tougher for the visually impaired community. Not only does it make it much harder to shop, but the majority of social contact is now happening over an online video conferencing system called Zoom. And In Your Pocket doesn’t run Zoom………or does it? The In
For people with sight loss, purchasing a mobile phone is more than just getting a device that can help them to stay in contact with friends and family. Whilst it is essential that phones for the partially sighted can easily make phone calls and text other people, the vast majority
Cooking can be an amazing experience or a chore, depending on the mind set you bring to it on any given day. And of course for people living with sight loss, there is a variety of other challenges. But In Your Pocket is here to help you in the Kitchen!