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Canadian Census Forms Are fully Accessible

[29/03/2006] Census Day is May 16, 2006, and for the first time, the entire country will be able to take part by using an accessible online form. Canadian Census Forms Are fully Accessible - Read more

Deaf Tennis Champion Helps Launch New Website in Leeds

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[09/08/2004] A brand new charity website designed to support sensory impaired people in Leeds went live a few days ago – with the official ‘switch-on’ performed by Catherine Graham, the British deaf singles and doubles tennis champion and a Leeds Metropolitan University student and Carnegie Scholar.Deaf Tennis Champion Helps Launch New Website in Leeds - Read more

Care and Nursing Home Databases

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[01/05/2004] Trying to find a the right care or nursing home is difficult, but many online databases offer advice and information on homes in your region. Care and Nursing Home Databases - Read more

Sports and Fitness for People with a Disability

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[01/04/2004] The sun is shining, summer is near – and you are fed up with the couple of extra pounds acquired over the winter? There is no better time to start, and REHACARE.de lists some associations and clubs in which you can even have fun while getting into shape. Sports and Fitness for People with a Disability - Read more

Accessibility online – more than just ‘click here for text-only’

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[01/01/2004] Slowly, web designers are striving to make their site accessible for everyone. But not each website really delivers what the label ‘accessible’ promises, as many of the pages still present barriers for some people with disabilities. But sticking to some basic rules should help making more parts of the web available for people with handicaps.Accessibility online – more than just ‘click here for text-only’ - Read more

Accessible Websites – Barrier-Free Surfing

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[01/01/2004] Especially for people with disabilities, the internet could offer easier access to information, facilitate shopping and could be the much proclaimed window to the world. But no: Many websites are not accessible for people with handicaps – although they are even more interested in the internet than the average citizen.Accessible Websites – Barrier-Free Surfing - Read more

Augmentative and Alternative Communication - Societies and Organisations

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[01/12/2003] Advice, Information and Support: Many societies and organisations cater for the special needs of people with speech disabilities.Augmentative and Alternative Communication - Societies and Organisations - Read more

 
 

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