“I thought I was too old to learn Braille, but I really enjoyed the challenge and now I can find any CD I want in my jazz collection.”
What is the aim of the training
Through direct programs (face-to-face or correspondence), Braille Services aim to facilitate the learning of braill
Here at Vision Australia, we understand that every individual is unique, so we have created a cost effective services to provide accessible materials to students who experience print disability. Our services convert text into an alternate format that is easier to navigate and tailored to each individual’s preferences.
Vision Australia's Print Accessibility service offers:
Many organisations now include braille on their business cards to show they are conscious of the need to be inclusive of people who are blind or have low vision. This service is used regularly, particularly by all levels of government and by organisations dealing with people with disabilities.
We can work with you to produce accessible alternate formats for any information you need to communicate. We provide high quality materials on time and at a reasonable cost and by working with us you can reach more people and enhance your corporate social responsibility program.
A print disability is a difficulty or inability to read printed material due to a perceptual, physical or visual disability.
The reasons for print disability vary but may include:
In all areas of life, Australians make important decisions based on the information available to them. However many Australians will face challenges with inaccessible print information. In order for your business to reach the widest audience your communication strategy needs to be inclusive and accessible.
Vision Australia can help you develop a communication strategy that integrates accessibility to deliver a superior result on campaigns and projects.