Interview with a deaf and blind web user about web access
11th Jan 2007
Paul Crichton talks to Liz Ball about how she gets on accessing the web.
A lot of deafblind people use the internet for shopping - it's much easier than going into a store when you can't find your way, can't see the products and can't communicate with people there. If it wasn't for online shopping, I'd starve!
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