Goa workshop helps blind learn the use of computers
Bengaluru-based organisation Enable India is helping visually impaired people learn the use of the computers.
It has started a 10-day workshop at Sanjay Centre for Special Education at Porvorim with the National Association of Blind, Goa.
The workshop is special and works well for the visually impaired participants to visualise how things like drop-down on a computer look because it is being taught by a blind trainer.
The workshop aims to help the blind understand their true abilities and become computer trainers for the blind in future.
The participants have also come from other states like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh.
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