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‘What Does Accessibility Mean to Me’

We are proud to celebrate ‘What Does Accessibility Mean to Me’ awareness week

When you hear the word ‘accessibility’, what do you think of? Accessibility means something different to everyone. We all have different experiences, challenges, abilities, and thoughts regarding the world of inclusion, whether at home or in
the workplace.

We are proud to celebrate ‘What Does Accessibility Mean to Me’ awareness week, where we come together and recognise the differences within our communities to support a diverse range of people. Together we can make a difference.

October 18 – 22 2021 marks the first ‘What Does Accessibility Mean to Me awareness week. A key date in our calendar to get everyone talking and learning about accessibility, diversity, and inclusion.

1 in every 5 people has a disability that may impact an individual’s access to information,services, experiences, and opportunities. Everyone deserves the freedom to live a barrier-
free life. By joining Recite Me, we have created an inclusive digital world to enable our staff,customers, and website users to customise their online experience in a way that works best
for them.

When visiting our website, people can use our accessibility and language support tools to create a unique and customisable user experience. Support options include text to speech functionality, fully customisable styling features, reading aids, and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 35 texts to speech voices and many other features. Together we can give everyone a voice to express their understanding and thoughts on what accessibility means to them. This starts by creating awareness on an individual or organisational level, helping to bring the workplace together, empower individuals, and improve inclusion. Join the journey to an accessible world.

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