Digital Accessibility

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Fiction or Fact: Digital Accessibility

  In the digital world, accessibility is not merely a buzzword but a cornerstone of inclusive design. Unfortunately, several Fictions surrounding digital accessibility persist, impeding progress towards a more equitable online landscape. Let’s delve into these Fictions and explore practical solutions to address them.  An Add On? It’s not! Accessibility should not be an afterthought; […]

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What are the tools used by people with Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a neurodevelopmental condition affecting language processing which often poses unique challenges for individuals when it comes to reading.  Ever wondered about the techniques and strategies that people with dyslexia use to navigate the written world.  Understanding Dyslexia is not a reflection of intelligence; rather, it’s a specific learning difference that impacts the way

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How the Vision Impaired Read

People with vision impairments face unique challenges when it comes to accessing information. However, the resilience and adaptability of individuals with visual impairments shine through as they employ various strategies to read and comprehend documents. In this blog post, we’ll explore the journey of a vision-impaired person as they navigate the intricacies of reading, demonstrating

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Understanding Disability

Understanding disability requires the acknowledgement that everyone is different.  We may look like our brothers, sisters or other family members.  We will have similar characteristics, strengths, and weaknesses to others. However, there are no two people that are the same.  Identical twins may have the same genetic makeup however, environmental differences as they grow make

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What tools does a Hearing Impaired Person use?

Living in a world that heavily relies on auditory communication can present unique challenges for those with hearing impairments. However, advancements in technology and various strategies have empowered individuals with hearing loss to access information in ways that were once unimaginable.   Sign Langauge, Lip reading  Sign language and lip reading are invaluable tools for

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How does a vision Impaired Person access information?

Digital accessibility plays a crucial role in improving workplace health and safety. By ensuring that digital tools, platforms, and information are accessible to all employees, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, organisations can create a safer and more inclusive work environment. Braille, Screen Readers  Individuals with vision impairment often rely on screen readers, software that

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