Topic: assistive technology
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EY and Texthelp explore how to approach disability inclusion and create lasting impact.
Technology has changed how we learn and work. In both education and the workplace, inclusive technology is helping people to realize their true potential.
The need to prioritize digital accessibility is more important than ever. Before the pandemic, digital accessibility was not a key focus for many businesses or school districts. However, with much of the population now working and learning remotely, digital accessibility is a must-have. Individuals with disabilities must be supported at work and in the classroom.
Find the right assistive technology tools for concentration, expression and alternative formats
Discover how Highland schools are using literacy software Read&Write to help all their students achieve.
As the SNP pledge to provide a computer device for every school child, what can Local Authorities and Schools learn from the 72,000+ devices already distributed across Scotland.
70% of users with digital access needs will leave an inaccessible website, taking their spending power to an accessible alternative. The cost of this equates to an estimated £17.1 billion: also known as the click-away pound. Read on to learn how you can tap into this market.
On 20 October, join us for our first ever virtual conference, the Festival of Inclusive Education. Hear from Texthelp's Patrick McGrath on why we're celebrating inclusive education and what his must see sessions are.