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Accessible learning: What we offer schools

School in general can be challenging for many students, and when they can’t access the information they need in their format of choice, it becomes an even greater challenge.

Fortunately many educational institutions realize this, and at T-Base, we’re proud to produce and deliver accessible learning materials to hundreds of K-12 and post-secondary educational institutions in both Canada and the United States, printing thousands of pages for students to read every year.

Jeff Jullion - Oct 19, 2015

What is your pricing & turnaround time to obtain accessible textbooks for low vision and blind students?

This is a hot topic that gets asked time and time again by our customers, but it’s an appropriate question when ensuring your blind and low vision students receive their accessible education in a timely fashion as their sighted peers. 

The truth is…

We strive to have a student’s learning material delivered to them a week prior to the teaching of the subject matter. However, the turnaround time and cost depends on the size, complexity of the text, and number of output pages needed to produce the text. 

Why is this so?

Jeff Jullion - Aug 19, 2015

To have a patient’s bill transcribed in braille, what is the turnaround time?

The questions came pouring in at the 2015 ADA Symposium we attended in Atlanta, Georgia this past May. As a part of our Ask T-Base program, accessibility questions in the United States healthcare industry are commonly brought to our attention. Here’s our answer relating to accessible healthcare documents from our Senior Account Manager, Jeff Jullion, who handles the accessibility needs of our healthcare customers:
 
Jeff Jullion - Jul 03, 2015

What accessibility standards affect the telecommunication industry?

In addition to over-arching legislation and standards, such as the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), WCAG 2.0 AA and Section 508, there are other telecommunication regulations that require accessibility of information and communication to customers. 

Jeff Jullion - Apr 23, 2015
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