becoming accessible

SUBTITLES & CAPTIONING

Caption your videos, performances and meetings! StageText frequently run online training in how to subtitle your videos and performances. This is useful to all, not only those in theatre & media industries.

Click here to read more about the training.

CREATING EASY-READ MATERIALS

This guide by Change is the best I have found so far about how to make text in your websites, leaflets, marketing, articles etc. accessible in a detailed and explanatory guide to create ‘Easy Read’ materials.

Click here to view the PDF online.

MAKE SURE YOUR ONLINE MEETINGS ARE ACCESSIBLE

Little Cog have put together this fantastic resource explaining how you can make working in the pandemic age more accessible by tweaking and considering various elements of your meetings, whether they are on Zoom, MS Teams or one of the other ones I haven’t really heard of…

Definitely give it a read and share. Click here to go to Little Cog’s page in a new window and read the guidance.

OFFER EMPLOYEES AN ‘ACCESS RIDER’

Unlimited have a fantastic ‘Access Rider’ resource that should really be offered to all employees alongside Equal Opportunities forms. This is especially true during this particularly wide-spread period of working from home.

Download their guidance document as well as a template here: https://weareunlimited.org.uk/creating-your-own-access-rider/

ACCESS TO WORK

Visit Disability Arts Online to stay up to date with opportunities and goings on generally, as well as to find out how you can support your employees through the Access To Work programme within the arts/cultural sector.

Click here to read their advice on Access To Work

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