Posts Tagged ‘Accessibility’

Toronto Tourism For Families With A Blind Member

by Jeffrey Stark

June 28th, 2016

In my family there are 2 blind members, 1 adult and 1 13year old girl. When the family was planning a trip to Toronto we really didn’t know where to start. A quick google for things that would be. Of interest for Blind Tourists yielded pretty much nothing and a visit to the Toronto Tourist […]

Concrete Steps towards Improving Accessibility & large organizations and service areas – Part 1

by Jeffrey Stark

January 5th, 2012

I often get asked about what organizations should be doing to improve their service and the accessibility of their communications for people with disabilities.  It can often be difficult to figure out what tangible activities should be looked at and where to focus one’s initial energy.  I’ve written this article to try and provide a […]

Live Online Consultation on the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Oct 22 from 7-9pm

by Jeffrey Stark

October 11th, 2009

  I just wanted to extend an invite to anyone who would be interested in participating in an on-line public consultation with Charles Beer October 22, 2009 from 7-9pm EST The provincial government has hired Charles Beer to do an independent review of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The AODA calls for […]

Why Serotek?

by Jeffrey Stark

July 25th, 2009

  The Top Five Reasons Why System Access (SA), System Access Mobile Network (SAM Net) and Serotek are leading the industry in innovation: Community : Serotek unlike many of the AT manufacturers are working to build more than just a basic screen reader (something in my opinion the market is already flooded with); it is […]

Modern Multiple Format Production and the role of Daisy

by Jeffrey Stark

July 10th, 2009

  Who needs alternate formats?   While a bit general in nature, here are some examples: Readers who are blind or have low vision, require one or more of the following formats depending on their needs & the usage of the material, may require: Braille, electronic text, audio or large print   Readers with various […]