Doing IT Differently (DITD) aims to provide information and assistance to allow everyone the opportunity to take advantage and overcome the barriers of Information Technology (IT) and computers regardless of disability.
DITD provides advice on how to choose a computer, learning how to use a computer, and how to adapt it to suit your needs. It looks at what help and options are available to make computers easier to use, such as voice recognition software or mind-mapping software. It contains real life examples of how people have overcome IT barriers with very simple solutions, to make a real difference to your life at home and work.
You can download your free copy from this address: http://www.radar.org.uk/publications/doing-it-differently-2/
The Doing Life Differently series is a set of publications written by and for people living with disability or health conditions. The self-help booklets explore ways to do everyday things differently and manage specific areas of your life. Each book provides a practical toolkit, packed with advice from people with disability, and including real-world examples. The books can assist with enabling you to take control of different aspects of your life and to live with maximum choice and independence.
"The Doing Life Differently guides are straight talking, informative and written as if it were your mate, someone who cares".
Other titles in the series include - Doing Work Differently and Doing Money Differently, Coming Soon - Doing Careers Differently and Doing Transport Differently.
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