Kevin would like to be able to access information on the Richmond Football Club and horse racing via the Internet and have it spoken to him. Currently, Kevin relies on others to help him set up a computer and find what he is looking for. Kevin would like a system that will allow him to do these tasks independently without the need to rely on others.
Kevin’s team worked with him closely to create big desktop icons linking to sites and searches of his favourite subjects. They also created a large, easy-to-use button that Kevin can operate. The sites Kevin wishes to access are then automatically put into a custom text-to-speech program to allow Kevin to access the content independently.
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