What is accessibility?
Accessibility is the term used to describe whether a website can be used by people of all abilities / disabilities on a range of differing digital devices.
The way a person perceives information is affected by their ability / disability along with how they navigate between website pages. A website can only be classed as accessible if all people, including the elderly and disabled, can use it.
The BBC provide a comprehensive guide covering how to get the most of the accessibility features and assistive technologies available for your computer, operating system and web browser. The following topics are covered:
- I can’t see very well
- I am blind
- I can’t hear very well
- I find words difficult
- I find a keyboard or mouse hard to use
For further information please visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/
Accounts and Independent Examination Package
New legislation means that Charities with income not exceeding £1M generally do not require an audit. We provide high quality accounts for presentation to funders, etc., with a full Independent Examination.
How we can help
If your charity is in London or the surrounding areas we can help you. Contact us at Edward Amber to find out more.