Watching TV with visual impaired children


  • Antonio Rodríguez


Visual impairment, digital divide, inclusive design, TV access, facilitator resources, home aids


Unfortunately for visual impaired people, our society is characterised by the exaltation of the image and audiovisual media with a strong visual component. In spite of this there are means already available to make possible a complete access to the visual culture, in particular to mass media. Accessible or universal design allows us sometimes to break the visual sense barriers (for people with impaired vision), and some other times to develop alternative senses (for blind people). Nevertheless, reality does not match the technical and technological possibilities available in present day society..



How to Cite

Rodríguez, A. (2008). Watching TV with visual impaired children. Comunicar, 16(31), 167–171. Retrieved from