Accessibility Tools For People With Vision Loss

Picture of typing on a computer with Braille WriterIt's easy to take eyesight and hearing for granted. Sixty-one million Americans live with a disability like vision loss, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, there are many accessibility tools for people with vision loss, including text to speech, braille, large-print, and alt text.

Rachel Carver is the first blind person to receive public relations accreditation. Carver has been in public relations (PR) for over ten years.

"As PR professionals, we often strive to have our messaging and materials reach as many people as possible," said Carver, a senior specialist in public relations at Outlook Business Solutions, which provides businesses with marketing services for professionals who are blind or are visually impaired.

Please contact SDCB to learn more about our visual rehabilitation programs and services.

"How to Provide a More Accessible Experience in PR"

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