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Are you someone who is blind or has low vision and:

  • You are intimidated, frustrated and / or overwhelmed as you try to learn to use your assistive technology?
  • You are tired of limited or poorly constructed documentation, if you have any documentation at all?
  • You are close to giving up because you feel like you're simply failing to learn your assistive technology, and your patience and confidence are suffering?

Please, don't give up! Allow Mystic Access the opportunity to assist you. Our company strives to support and empower blind and visually impaired users of assistive technology through providing comprehensive, professionally-produced audio tutorials and personalized one-on-one and group training opportunities. We wish to make learning and interacting with your assistive technology an enjoyable and magical experience for you, as demonstrated through our tag line (where the magic is in learning), and our fun, non-technical and informal approach to our subject matter.

Are you ready to:

  • feel less stress and greater confidence as you learn to use your DAISY players, screen readers and other assistive technology?
  • have a productive, rewarding and positive learning experience?
  • have totally blind professionals in your corner who understand your struggles from personal experience, and who are ready to assist you in creating tailored methods to surmount every hurtle?

Contact us to begin increasing your empowerment and confidence today. We would be honored to support you on your journey, and we thank you for visiting us.


Hi Mystic Access, I just purchased your google suite tutorial and am a Humanware dealer and enjoyed your tutorial on the BrailleNote Touch and am wondering when you will be doing an upgrade tutorial on the 2.0 keysoft upgrade that came out on October 31, 2016? Thank you for a very good job on your… Read more “Google Suite of Products Tutorial”

I have purchased this receiver/transmitter with the accompanying tutorial and the device is extremely useful if you have devices that do not have Bluetooth already installed on the device or are not natively Bluetooth capable. What made this a must-buy for me is not having to scan the pamphlet that comes with it, wonder if… Read more “Avantek Bluetooth Transmitter / Receiver”

Sharon Ewing

Hi Kim, I wanted to write to congratulate you on this tutorial. I’m almost through unit 1 asI await my own Touch. This has been so helpful as I prepare for my unit’s arrival. I also really appreciate your practical advice on learning Touch Braille. I think that will be my biggest challenge, but I’m… Read more “BrailleNote Touch Tutorial”

Les K

Hi Kim, I just want to again say thank you for tonight’s tele class.  Despite the sound interferences that occurred during the session, it was a most informative hour-plus.  The time you spent preparing for it was very evident and well worth our time!

Terry S

The second worst tech person in the world is me. However, I did manage to take part in the Sunday afternoon class, and I am so glad that I did. It was really great to have you (Kim) and Lisa giving us instructions and answering questions. You are both just regular people and understand the… Read more “From a Teleclass Participant”

Debra S

The eCandy headphones are one of the best pair of headphones I’ve purchased. they are comfortable, light, and versatile. I really like the fact that I can play music and podcasts from the SD card without dealing with the hassles of multiple devices, streaming, or bluetooth. The ability to use the headset as wired earphones… Read more “Best Pair of Earphones I’ve Ever Purchased”

Rebecca Skipper

Ok, no I haven’t bought the head phones yet, but if the recording samples of music duplicating how they sound are even close, these will be a tremendous asset. I listened to the sample recorded by Mystic Access and found the head phones to be amazing, even given that there might be some differential between… Read more “Sample of the Sentey B-Trek H10 Headphones”

Sharon Ewing

Thank you for your audio tutorial of the BrailleNote Touch.  I found your conversational style and step-by-step instructions very helpful.  I knew some things from my use of the Apex, but many programs were still new to me.

Joy B