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Client Case Study
DC SAFE inclusive website


DC SAFE began its mission against Domestic Violence in 1997 and in 2006 became an independent non-profit organization and is now proud to be a leader in providing support for empowerment for thousands of survivors each year.

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Our Brief

With the intersections that exist between disability and domestic violence, DC SAFE is aware of the importance of making online content accessible. To be able to provide ease of access to all vital support information DC Safe needed to offer an accessible experience.

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Our Solution

To reinforce DC SAFE's commitment to enabling all visitors to access their website barrier-free they now provide Recite Me accessibility and language support software.

Recite Me Accessibility and language support provide DC Safe website visits with a range of tools including screen reading functionality, multiple styling options, reading aids, and a live translation feature that offers over 100 languages including 35 text to speech.

Client Testimonial

"It is incredibly important that DC SAFEs information get to the people that need it, Recite Me helps this happen. Survivors need access to accurate and timely information, without it decision-making can be hampered or dramatically limited and subsequently restrict full participation in the services available in their community. Recite Me helps us to meet this head-on, to ensure that individuals with disability and language access needs have options. "

Jennifer Wesberry, Director of Operations, DC SAFE