- Neva Fairchild, National Aging and Low Vision Specialist, American Foundation of the Blind
- Paul Parravano, Co-Director of Government and Community Relations, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Charlie Warren, Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Carroll Center for the Blind
Neva, Paul, and Charlie chat with WayAround co-founder Darwin Belt and C.O.O. Jessica Hipp about how the technology is being used in museums, universities, and other public settings.
How Can You Help Expand Accessibility for the 21st Century?
WayAround relies on our community of users, teachers, and distributors to promote this technology in public spaces and with manufacturers. We are working with museums, universities, schools for the blind, manufacturers, micro markets, and other public spaces—many of these connections were initiated by a WayAround user.
If you would like to introduce us to a facility that would benefit from WayAround, please email us at connect@WayAround.com.
Keep reading for other ways you can help!
Rate us on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store
Please give us a 5-star rating and leave a comment with your feedback. If you aren’t satisfied enough with WayAround to give us a top rating, send us an email at connect@WayAround.com to let us know how we can improve.
Start Conversations on Social Media and Forums
Share ideas for using WayAround on forums like AppleVis. Post on social media about WayAround. Here’s where you can find us on social media:
Share with Local Vision Loss Organizations
If you are a member of a local chapter of a blindness or vision loss organization, or if you’re affiliated with a business or organization that works with people who are blind, tell them about WayAround. If you are a VRT, COMS, AT specialist, or any other type of teacher—we’d love to support you in recommending WayAround to your students and/or clients.
Tag your things. Business and organizations often want to know about our users. The more people who use WayAround, the easier it will be to get WayAround into public spaces. If you need help getting started, get in touch. We love hearing from our users.
View Previous Webinars
If you missed a previous webinar in our TagEverything Series, you can view it by following the link below:
- April 28: Combining Assistive Technologies for Maximum Impact with J.J. Meddaugh of A.T. Guys
- May 5: There’s a WayTag for That with Andrew Hesser of Bryan’s Quest and Tina and Tony Sohl
- May 12: All About the WayLink with Ryan Fleury of Canadian Assistive Technology and Melissa Wagner
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