Disability Rights Nebraska Breakdown Online Inaccessibility Barriers
Disability Rights Nebraska is supporting those who face challenges online by providing Recite Me assistive technology to the 22.2% of Nebraskans with a disability, enabling access to information barrier-free.
Disability Rights Nebraska is a private, non-profit organisation that is designated to provide protection and advocacy services to the 1.9 million people of Nebraska. Protecting, supporting and promoting the rights of people with disabilities.
To fulfill their commitment to Nebraskans, Disability Rights Nebraska ensures those with a disability live free from harm and exercise the same rights, opportunities and choices available to all citizens.
By using Recite Me assistive technology, Disability Rights Nebraska has improved the quality of their communications online for those who are visually impaired, neurodiverse, or those who speak English as a second language.
Eric Evans, the CEO of Disability Rights Nebraska, commented, “Disability Rights Nebraska is excited about the significant step we have taken toward cultivating a more accessible and inclusive online presence. Our website’s recent addition of the Recite Me toolbar provides each website visitor the ability to access our resources and materials in a way that best fits their individual needs and preferences.
“We are confident that the toolbar will maximize the reach and value of our online content, especially for those who will benefit most from it.”
The assistive toolbar on Disability Rights Nebraska website offers users features such as translating content into different languages, read aloud and styling assistance. This includes adjustments to color, font type and size.