Information Alternatives: A Guide to Providing Accessible Information
A reference guide for finding out how you can make your information and services accessible for disabled people. The guide sets out to answer questions about what alternative formats are, how to produce accessible information, and strategies an organisation can use to promote accessible information provision.
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Onetoone communication 07
Design for access 9
Accessibility Knowledgebase 9
Accessibility Policy Practice 07
Accessibility Resources 59
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