USA: Shoppers Drug Mart to provide auditory labelling free of charge
Shoppers Drug Mart has agreed to provide auditory labelling free of charge at all of its locations in B.C., The Province reported Friday. According to the report, the new labels are encoded with RFID technology that can be read aloud using a device called a ScripTalk Reader, where a robotic voice lists off all the same information that a sighted customer might find on his or her written prescription label. “This is a victory for people with sight loss, and their efforts to live fully independent lives,” Diane Bergeron of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind told The Province. “But it is only the first step toward creating an inclusive system that incorporates the needs of persons with disabilities.
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