The sensory aspects of the courses would be beneficial to any child; the information that is shared is priceless.
— Jean, WA
Seminars@Hadley are generously supported by the Friends of Hadley.
Technology can make running a business more efficient, yet mainstream accounting software was not accessible for those using assistive technologies. Intuit’s QuickBooks, the most widely used software for small business accounting, is now finally usable with a wide assortment of assistive technologies. Would you like to learn more about the story behind this breakthrough?
Join Seminars@Hadley as Albert Rizzi, founder and CEO of My Blind Spot, and Lori Samuels of Intuit, relate the story of how these two organizations worked closely together to make QuickBooks accessible.
Larry Muffett, a member of Hadley’s Seminars team, will moderate this 60-minute seminar. A question and answer session will be included as part of the seminar.
This seminar is an audio presentation. Space in this seminar is limited. Please only register if you know you are available to attend so that others are not closed out. To register for the seminar, select the "Registration" link below.
Please read the technology requirements carefully prior to the seminar.
If you are already registered, we encourage you to verify that you are able to access the room at least 24 hours prior to the start of the event to allow time for troubleshooting. If you require technical assistance, please contact The Hadley School for the Blind helpdesk at email@example.com or by calling 847-446-8111 ext. 6690.