T-Base reached out to consumers across North America who are blind, deaf-blind or partially sighted to hear about their experience obtaining accessible communications via call center, in person or online.
For the month of May, which also marked the fifth anniversary of Global Accessibility Awareness (GAAD), we’ve got to witness efforts over North America for greater access for persons with disabilities and a more inclusive online experience. Here’s a recap of what has been trending in the accessibility domain.
#Access4All: Campaign to Promote Universal Accessibility in Canada
Today marks the fifth anniversary of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). The purpose of this day is to spark dialogue about digital accessibility, to encourage people to think and learn about the ways people who are blind or have low vision use the web, software, mobile apps and other digital tools.
We believe that everyone should be able to live up to their full potential, which is why at T-Base Communications we’re friends and supporters of the Rick Hansen Foundation.
The T-Base-hosted webinar "Effective AODA Compliant Communications" with guest speaker Sarah White, Director of Accessibility Education and Consulting for People Access, a Division of Excellence Canada, is packed with expert advice for complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).