Edward is legally blind and wants to know if an iPad would be useful to him, especially with the keyboard. Leo says that an iPad has great accessibility features with voice dictation and screen reading. But the keyboard is digital and that could be a challenge for typing. But Apple has created a ton of features, and Edward can always connect a hardware keyboard to it via Bluetooth. But try turning on voiceover and rely on Siri to dictate within any text field. It's pretty good.
Naomi wants to know if it's worth paying a service to get her voiceover work. Leo says no, he recommends avoiding people who promise to get you work if you pay them. The exception would be taking a voiceover class. Voices.com is a great place to get started, as is VoiceBunny.com, voice123.com. You signup, upload a sample and then wait for an opportunity. It's those first few gigs that will be the hardest to get. But once you get them under your belt, you get more jobs. Leo also recommends being versatile with voices and put them on your reel.
Kenneth called in to say that he prefers Android's Talkback for accessibility over Apple's VoiceOver. All phones these days come with the software required for blind users, though.