Two men smile and hold iPhones.

Technology programs

Our device training programs include introductions to new, accessible technology options like smartphone apps and the latest devices for people with varying degrees of sight loss. There are opportunities for learning, sharing and problem-solving in groups and one-on-one.

Photo of a Victor Stream displaying a reader’s bookshelf, next to DAISY books on CD.

Technology Workshop: Let's read with CELA - Newmarket

The CELA library provides a huge collection of audio books from every genre, and all you need to do is register to access them for free! Come learn about CELA Library Services and how to access accessible books from your smartphone. Get back into reading your favourite books and exploring new stories with CELA!
An over the shoulder shot of a man holding his iPhone using voiceover.

Technology Workshop: Introduction to iPhone & iPad Accessibility - Toronto

Grab your Apple device and come join us for this introductory session where we will explore the basics from turning on your device to identifying which accessibility features are best suited for you. This is part one of a four-part series of group sessions that will help guide participants through the basics of using an iPhone and iPad (as well as understanding and using the built-in accessibility features). Each session includes 90 minutes of structured lecture delivery of material, followed by 60 minutes of individualized support. Wednesday, September 11, 18, October 2, 9.
A hand holding an Android smartphone against a black background.

Technology Workshop: Introduction to Android Accessibility - Toronto

Join us for this introductory session where we will explore the basics from turning on a device to identifying which accessibility features are best suited for you. After this session, you will be able to hold your device correctly and identify important access points, identify the main accessibility, explain how the build-in accessibility features make Android devices easier to use. This is a four-part series of group sessions that will help guide participants through the basics of using Android devices, as well as understanding and using the built-in accessibility features. It is recommended that participants take all sessions, but participants can choose the sessions best suited for their needs. Thursday, September 12, 26, October 3, 10.
An over the shoulder shot of a woman tapping on an iPad.

One-on-One Tech Support - Toronto

Join us for one-on-one training sessions for a variety of popular, accessible technology options including smartphones, tablets, smart home devices and so much more. By appointment only, every Thursday. Ask questions and learn more about your technology in a dedicated time slot - just you and your instructor.
An over the shoulder shot of a woman tapping on an iPad.

One-on-One Tech Support - Mississauga

Join us for one-on-one training sessions for a variety of popular, accessible technology options including smartphones, tablets, smart home devices and so much more. By appointment only. Ask questions and learn more about your technology in a dedicated time slot - just you and your instructor.
An over the shoulder shot of a woman tapping on an iPad.

One-on-One Tech Support - Newmarket

Join us for one-on-one training sessions for a variety of popular, accessible technology options including smartphones, tablets, smart home devices and so much more. By appointment only. Ask questions and learn more about your technology in a dedicated time slot - just you and your instructor.
NuEyes e2 headset.

Technology workshop: NuEyes e2 demo - Toronto

Introducing NuEyes e2 - a wireless, voice activated, visual prosthetic with smartglasses. Join us for a demo day at the Hub to learn more.
a man and woman sit at a computer.

Access to PC technology - Whitby

This two-part series (offered at the Whitby Public Library) will teach participants about the accessibility features for PC computers. The group meets Tuesday, October 8 & 15. 
A close up shot of two iPhones.

Device training

Our device training programs include introductions to new, accessible technology options like smartphone apps and the latest devices for people with varying degrees of sight loss. There are opportunities for learning, sharing and problem-solving in groups and one-on-one.