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KISA Phones

30 Nov 2014Finally, some very wise people have created a phone for the Visually Impaired and elderly who cannot use the everyday phone.

The everyday phone that is on the market assumes you can use a touch screen.

The KISA phone was developed by Dmitry Levin, Dennis Volodomanov and Leon Kosher.

The phone assumes nothing and is very easy to be set up for the individual user as well as being very affordable to buy.

The phone comes with an emergency button on the back that will contact the Police for you.

This phone may not only help the visually impaired and the elderly, but also people with fine motor skill issues.

To find out more, go to: http://www.probonoaustralia.com.au/news/2014/10/aussie-mobile-blind-people-launched#sthash.T1uL7khO.dpuf or http://www.kisaphone.com.au




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