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Accessibility Resource


Does anyone know of a recommended resource for teaching keyboard accessibility using commands/strokes for disabled/dyslexic I.T students in line with the Senda Act? This would be taylored for students unable to use a mouse. Also info on how to set up the monitor for disabled students would also be helpful.
Nicola Moore

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  1. Various resources
    Have a look at TADS (Tech-Disability Access database)
    You can search for specific products etc based on type of disablity. There is also a learning resource archive.
    Inclusive technology has information about products and also white papers etc.
    REM the educational IT supplier has a whole section dedicated to special needs with articles FAQs etc

    Hope this helps.


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