Accessibility Touches the Hearts of Millions this Valentine’s Day
Feel-good, light music plays throughout the video
Text on the screen appears:
“This Valentine’s Day, help make millions of people feel independent, informed and valued without saying a word.”
A heart frame appears.
“Textbooks & Learning Materials in Alternate Formats”
Below the text: A young student who is blind is seated at his desk and has a white cane. He is smiling and “Independent” appears to his left in text, representing how he’s feeling. Two small hearts appear to his right.
“Accessible Healthcare Information” appears inside the heart frame.
Below the text: A senior with low vision is seated on a rocking chair, reading a large print healthcare insurance document. “Informed” appears to his left in text, representing how he’s feeling. Two small hearts appear to his right.
“Accessible Customer Statements & Documents” appears inside the heart frame.
Below the text: A banking customer who is blind with a white cane is meeting with her financial advisor at a table. The financial advisor has a speech bubble: “For your monthly bank statements, you have options: braille, large print, audio…” “Valued” appears to the customer’s left in text, representing how she’s feeling. Two small hearts appear to her right.
“When you support accessible communications in education, healthcare, financial services & telecommunications, you reach the millions of people who are blind or have low vision.”
Below the text: A graphic with a heart made up of quotes and words that T-Base collected from consumers who are blind or low vision when asked how accessibility makes them feel. Inside the heart, for example, it says “Engaged”, “Simply free”, “Appreciated”, “Valued”.
The circular T-Base logo appears with “firstname.lastname@example.org” underneath it followed by two small hearts.