Being able to access your finances and purchase goods and services when we want to is a basic right. This means that when it comes to banking, and paying for goods or services online, it is imperative that the service is accessible and inclusive for all.
A comprehensive new booklet aims to demystify Cognitive Disability by providing a practical resource for organisational support. The author of the guide, Dr Scott Hollier, is Media Access Australia’s Director of Digital Accessibility, and also wrote the ground-breaking Service Provider’s Accessibility Guide last year. He shares his thoughts on the condition and the new guide in an insightful podcast.
Since 2011, almost 300 people have graduated from Australia’s only university-accredited online accessibility course for web specialists and project managers, the Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility. Senior course lecturer Dr Scott Hollier is committed to training up as many as he can, to help build a more inclusive, more accessible web for people of all abilities.