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British Dyslexia Association Dyslexia Style Guide
This Guide is in three parts:
1. Dyslexia FriendlyText. 2. Accessible Formats. 3. Website design.
styleguide  dyslexia  cognitive  learningdifficulties  disability  a11y  accessibility 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Adult and Youth Literacy
This fact sheet presents the latest UIS literacy data available as of September 2014.
literacy  statistics  stats  a11y  accessibility  disability  learningdifficulties 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye condition that affects a tiny part of the retina at the back of your eye, which is called the macula. AMD causes problems with your central vision, but does not lead to total loss of sight and is not painful.
disability  vision  a11y  accessibility  agerelatedmaculardegeneration  age  maculardegeneration  amd 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Glaucoma is the name given to a group of eye conditions which cause optic nerve damage and can affect your vision. Glaucoma damages the optic nerve at the point where it leaves your eye.
disability  vision  a11y  accessibility  glaucoma 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Understanding eye conditions related to diabetes
The most serious complication of diabetes for your eye is the development of diabetic retinopathy. Diabetes affects the tiny blood vessels of your eye and if they become blocked or leak then the retina, and possibly your vision, will be affected.
diabetes  eyecondition  diabeticretinopathy  disability  vision  a11y  accessibility 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Nonsyndromic deafness
Nonsyndromic deafness is hearing loss that is not associated with other signs and symptoms.
deafness  a11y  accessibility  profounddeafness  disability  auditory 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Describing Deafness
There are various different ways to describe types of hearing loss. This section explains what we mean by the different terms we use.
a11y  accessibility  deafness  disability  auditory  terminology  terms 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Types of Motor Disabilities
The key principle of web accessibility for users with motor disabilities is:
Operable: because not everyone can use a mouse, click on small links, or operate dynamic elements effectively
motor  disability  movement  a11y  accesssibility 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Auditory Disabilities
In some ways, the content of this section is more than you need to know in order to make web content accessible to people who are deaf or hard of hearing, but it is included here in the hope that with increased understanding comes increased appreciation to such individuals, and an increased commitment to providing content that is accessible to them.
auditory  hearing  a11y  accessibility  disability 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Cognitive Disabilities
There are too many types of cognitive disabilities to list here, but we will cover some of the major categories.
disability  cognitive  a11y  accessibility 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Corrective Lenses Statistics
Source: National Eye Institute, Glasses Crafter
Research Date: October 9th, 2014
accessibility  a11y  disability  vision  correctivelenses  glasses 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects muscle control and movement. It is usually caused by an injury to the brain before, during or after birth.
cp  cerebralpalsy  disability  a11y  accessibility 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Photosensitive Epilepsy
The aim of this information is to tell you what photosensitive epilepsy is, who it affects and what might trigger a seizure if you have photosensitive epilepsy. There are also suggestions for reducing the risk of having a seizure.
epilepsy  disability  impairment  accessibility  a11y  seizures 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Disability facts and figures
A summary of the main statistics on disability in Great Britain.
UK  statistics  stats  a11y  accessibility  disability 
january 2015 by laurakalbag

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