[Jobs] Washington seminar/resolution idea
jeremy.richards7 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 11 00:08:13 UTC 2018
They are all the same thing--different names. Try using AIRA during a professional exam and you'll quickly find out.
By the way, BeMyEyes is the worst of these services because one has no idea what is at the other end of the phone call.
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Subject: Re: [Jobs] Washington seminar/resolution idea
Facetime and Skype video do allow people to see you, but I am not sure that they are not allowed to fill out job applications. Those of us who are applying for jobs are required to complete each job application on our own. Services like Aira or Be My Eyes can be used to read the questions on a paper job application.
On Aug 10, 2018 5:18 PM, Jeremy Richards via Jobs <jobs at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> By the way, a variant of AIRA has long existed, its called Facetime and Skype video.
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> I totally agree with you Julie. All accounts. I graduated from the training center and there is no way a sighted person can replace travel skills or cooking skills. Besides we have be my eyes for finding out what color pile or socks go into when we’re doing laundry. And I mean this for totally blind and partials. We shouldn’t be replacing solid skills that work when technology doesn’t because when technology doesn’t work like it’s a lot more complicated. If you had the skill like braille you wouldn’t have to worry about your phone die because you have the real grocery list with you.
> Ericka Short
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