‘Essential Accessibility’ Website Rethinks The Web For People With Disabilities

For many people with disabilities, accessibility doesn’t necessarily equal accommodation. When it comes to using the internet, for instance, computers aren’t usually tailored for people with certain disabilities, like severe visual impairment or upper-body paralysis. But the website Essential Accessibility, a resource that allows people with disabilities (PWD) to use the web with ease so that they can go about their daily lives and focus on more important things, is hoping to change all that.

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http://www.aoda.ca/essential-accessibility-website-rethinks-the-web-for-people-with-disabilities/