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Black Leather Organizer Wallet

The Black Leather Organizer Wallet is a money organizer designed for use by for individuals who are blind or who have low vision or who have have cognitive disabilities. The wallet features three coin compartments, three paper money compartments, 10 credit card slots, a zippered pocket, an ID window, and a checkbook pocket. It has Velcro closures. COLOR: Black.

Brown Leather Organizer

The Brown Leather Organizer, model 432472 , is a wallet designed with many compartments for use by individuals with visual disabilities. This leather wallet is Velcro-fastened and suitable for both men and women. Inside are 3 coin compartments, four paper money compartments with pull tabs, and a suede zippered compartment. The opposite side features 10 credit card slots and a large card/checkbook pocket underneath. DIMENSIONS: 8 x 4 inches when closed.

Money Organizer Wallet

This Money Organizer Wallet is designed especially for the visually impaired to be used as a money organizer. It has four separate compartments for one, five, ten, and twenty dollar bills, as well as three separate change purses. It also has multiple slots for credit cards and an extra compartment for a slate, checkbook, signature guide, or charge slips.

Talking Coin Counter.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Talking coin counter to allow a blind person to independently count and sort a large volume of mixed coins. Brandt Model 963 Microsortt coin counter was interfaced with a Digital Pathways SLC-II Microcomputer and a software program developed by the Office Information Systems, Inc. of Minneapolis. Can be connected to printer for hard copy record. SKILLS REQUIRED: Electronics. AUTHOR: TITLE: Talking Coin Counter REF: Article: Minnesota State Services for

Wallet Modification

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted wallet modification for individuals with a variety of physical disabilities including but not limited to: inability to use one hand; sight/depth perception disabilities; limited dexterity; spasms and tremors; or mobility disabilities. The concept was to create a wallet that can be easily manipulated with only one hand, has no small parts, is accessible to an individual sitting who is sitting down, and is designed to be secu

Parent Category: Blind and Low Vision General

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