The Accessible Information Standard: update

By Katy Brickley|September 18, 2017|Accessibility, Audio, blog, Braille, E-text, Easy Read, Large Print|0 comments

How A2i can help you comply with the Accessible Information Standard The UK government’s Accessible Information Standard came into force from the 1st August 2016. You may already know that the Standard requires publicly funded health and social care organisations to ensure patients, service-users, their parents and carers can get information in an accessible format – such as Braille, Large Print, Audio, Easy Read or via Email. The Standard also

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How do you vote if you have sight loss?

By Katy Brickley|May 26, 2017|blog, Braille|0 comments

Unless you are blind, partially sighted, or know someone who is, it’s possible you’ve never wondered how blind people vote. But of course, just like sighted voters, blind and visually impaired people have a right to vote independently, and in secret. For a process so entrenched in the written medium, we find out how polling stations can achieve this. It’s the duty of local authorities to ensure that polling stations are

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