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By following these instructions you will be able to have Accessibility on your computer for all websites:
  1. Open your Google Chrome Browser.
  2. Click on the three vertical dots "⋮" in the upper right hand corner of Google Chrome.
  3. Select SETTINGS.
  4. Now select ACCESSIBILITY.
    • Live caption.
    • Change preferences.
    • Quick highlight on the focused object.
    • Navigate pages with a text cursor.
    • Add accessibility features.
  5. Click on . . . Add accessibility features - Open Chrome Web Store.
  6. Presently Google Chrome has 40 different Accessibility features to select from.  Below are some of those features . . .
    • Baby Mode
      Baby Mode makes your browser baby friendly by allowing you to work and your baby to stay engaged. Baby Mode works by disabling your keyboard (but not your mouse) and adding sounds; letter pronunciation, animal, drum set, etc, to help your baby learn. You will be able to relax and get work done as your baby types on your keyboard. Baby Mode can also work with cats or any other unwanted distractions you want away from your keyboard.
    • Dark Reader
      Dark mode for every website. Take care of your eyes, use dark theme for night and daily browsing. This eye-care extension enables night mode by creating dark themes for websites on the fly. Bright colors are inverted, making them high contrast and easy to read at night. You can adjust the brightness, contrast, sepia filter, dark mode, font settings and the ignore-list.
    • Dualless
      For those who do not have dual monitors. It splits your browser windows into two with just 2 clicks. The ratio can be adjusted according to your needs. 
    • Font Size
      This is a built-in-feature. Press "Ctrl +" to enlarge your font size; "Ctrl -" to reduce your font size.
    • Google Translate
      Translates text, documents or websites into 133 different languages.
    • Google Dictionary
      View definitions easily as you browse the web.
    • LinDuo
      The best FREE method to learn 1000 English words within a month! No memorization, no textbooks or homework. British scientists have proven that playing a game is the best way to memorize new words! Beautiful illustrations for each word and audio recordings by native speakers makes the whole process unforgettable.
    • OpenDyslexic
      An open sourced font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia. This extension overrides all fonts on web pages with the OpenDyslexic font, and formats pages to be more easily readable.
    • Postlight Reader
      Clears away instantly the clutter from all of your articles. Removes ads and distractions, leaving only text and images for a clean and consistent reading view on every site.
    • Read Aloud
      Supports over 40 languages. Text-to-speech (TTS) technology is used to convert webpage text to audio.  It works on a variety of websites, including news sites, publications, textbooks, school and class websites, and online university course materials. Read Aloud allows you to select from a variety of text-to-speech voices. Some of the cloud-based voices may require additional in-app purchase to enable.
    • Reader Mode
      Read articles on a clean, distraction-free screen.
    • Screen Shader
      Shades Chrome to a soothing orange color to decrease eye-strain, eye fatigue and to appease your brain's day/night cycle.
    • Turn Off the Lights
      The entire page will be fading to dark, so you can watch the videos as if you were in the cinema. Works for YouTube™ and beyond. With a single click on the lamp button, the page will fade dark and automatically focus on the video. By clicking on it again, the page will return to normal.

To the right of the address bar is the Extensions icon where your selected Accessibility features appear. You can now pin (or unpin) any of your Accessibility features. The pinned icons, represent each of your Accessibility features, and will appear to the left of the Extensions Icon. You can turn on or off an Accessibility feature by clicking on that icon.

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Be sure to select only the Accessibility features which apply to you.

As you mature or get older, your abilities may increase or decrease; thus you may find yourself adding to or deleting Accessibility features in your Open Chrome Web Store (be sure to look for new and improved features).

You can now access any website in the world; Google will then translate and read it aloud to you.

Your Accessibility features are now at your command and your computer is not cluttered up with features which are not applicable to you.



Go to SETTINGS then select ACCESSIBILITY. This is were you go for instructions on how to make your Smartphone ADA friendly.

I prefer the iPhone since I can select only those Accessibility features which apply to me and make those Accessibility features appear on any website. Example: Translate and Read Aloud in many different languages.


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