How to get documents translated into audio

You’ve been asked for an audio version of your magazine or letter. You know it’s important for accessibility, but what does ‘an audio version’ mean? And how can you arrange to get one? Let A2i help you with your audio needs Documents translated into an audio format are useful for people who are print-disabled – for example, people with sight loss, dyslexia or people with learning difficulties. Providing an audio

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The Postal Museum, London

The Postal Museum, London – transforming their visitor experience Customer: The Postal Museum, London  Services provided by A2i: Braille, large print, tactile maps, large print maps Hannah Smith, Community Learning Officer, at The Postal Museum, comments: “A2i gave us useful advice and were helpful in producing large print and braille guides specifically tailored to both our visitors and our unique site. Production and delivery were quick and efficient too.” About

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Girlguiding UK

Girlguiding UK

Customer: Girlguiding UK Services provided by A2i: Production of full colour large print (Graphic Design Adaptation) Pat Wheatley, administrative assistant at Girlguiding UK wrote: “Thank you for the excellent work on our Guide G file for visually-impaired young members. I know this resource will go a long way to support girls and the leaders and will be very much appreciated.” Girlguiding UK   Girlguiding UK is the largest youth organisation for girls

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Getting accessible customer-service right first time

Recent research into how sensory-impaired people access disability benefits highlights problems in the PIP benefits application process. These problems are unnecessary, and hinder people from accessing the benefits they both rely on, and are entitled to. Ensuring people can access their disability benefits is of utmost priority, and these issues need to be addressed. But we think that the report’s recommendations are applicable to many client-facing services. In this post, we

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