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Cognitive Disability can be a difficult condition to understand, particularly for those providing organisational support. And that’s why Media Access Australia created the Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide, and produced a short video to promote the guide, to provide guidance on how best to address accessibility-related issues for people with cognitive disability.
Cognitive disability can be a difficult condition to understand. This is particularly the case for organisations wanting to be able to find out how to better address the communication needs of their managers, staff and consumers with a cognitive disability, in a media context.
That’s why Media Access Australia has created a practical resource for organisational support: the Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide, which is free to download from the Media Access Australia website.