Disabled Regularly Access Visual/Non-Visual Media, Utilize Assistive Tools To Compensate

Persons with visual, hearing, speech and/or cognitive disabilities are active consumers of media, but they also have special needs, frequently utilize assistive tools to compensate, and often have a difficult time with some of the most mainstream media -- especially social media.

Those are among the findings of a landmark …

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