List of accessibility keywords
How do you know what your customers with a disability are sharing with your company’s feedback forms and surveys? Is there an option for them to self-declare they have a disability? Probably not. The following list of keywords has been compiled from various sources and will help you data mine your customer feedback to find the voice of your disabled customers.
Sarah Margolis-Greenbaum and I will be talking about what we learned via this list at our upcoming Trickle-Down Accessibility talk at CSUN 2018.
Contribute to this list via the a11y-data-keywords project on GitHub.
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Web4All 2017 kicks off with several talks about the Gig Economy, Remote employment, and the current employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Australia and around the world. Continue Reading Notes from Web4All 2017 Day 1
Web4All 2017 Day 1 Notes
The Australian Human Rights Commission has begun a study on employment discrimination for the older workers and those with a disability.
While about a quarter of the population is older, they make up just 16 per cent of the workforce. Australians with a disability make up 15 per cent of the working age population, but only 10 per cent of them have jobs.
The inquiry will seek to identify the barriers that prevent people from working, and in consultation with employers, affected individuals and other stakeholders establish strategies to overcome these barriers.
Willing to Work
The Australian government has historically had a higher unemployment rate for PWD than other countries.
Web Accessibility National Transition Strategy was influenced by the work done in European countries. Unfortunately, the tools were not accessible when it launched. So people with disabilities had trouble accessing the participation forms.
Web Accessibility National Transition Strategy PDF version
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