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Employees, Current and Future Customers
Do your employees have to watch mandatory training videos? Are they also accessible to your deaf and hard of hearing employees in sign language? Do your deaf customers have access to your business literature? Is it in their native language of sign language?
When video content is accessible to your consumers, it translates into greater customer loyalty.
Staff, Students, Families, and Community.
Do your deaf and hard of hearing students have access to videos in their native language?
Video content is becoming more essential to education. It is important that deaf students are able to access the same content as their peers.
When your staff have access to training in sign language, implementation of policies and procedures is more consistent.
Staff, Patients, Families, First Responders / Public Safety and Community.
Are your deaf and hard of hearing patients able to access your videos in their language? Are your legal documents accessible in sign language? Is public health information accessible in sign language?
When your patients have access to medical information in sign language, the safety of the public is increased.
Citizens, Government Employees, First Responders, Campaign Staff
Do your deaf and hard of hearing citizens have access to critical information everyone needs to know? Are your legal documents accessible in sign language? Do your deaf and hard of hearing employees have access to manuals and training materials in sign language?
When your citizens have access to communication from government entities in sign language, they are more likely to feel educated, safer, and engaged with the community.
In today′s world, the importance of accessibility cannot be underestimated.
The Access Simplified Team includes over 30 years in leadership, interpretation, translation and education, 40 years in technology and advocacy, and several lifetimes of experience in accessibility.
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