When you hear the word ‘accessibility’, what do you think of? A wheelchair user unable to access shops or office buildings? Someone who can’t use a computer? Someone without internet access? Someone with a disability that prevents them from accessing online content?
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.
Together, we can make a difference. By recognising differences in what accessibility means to a diverse range of people, we can all do more to help. Recite Me is proud to provide resources and information so that everyone can share their experiences and learn more about the importance of accessibility and inclusion.