The Accessible Information Standard (AIS) was introduced by the UK government in 2016 to ensure people with disability or sensory loss are provided with information in a format they can understand.
Supporting your organisation to offer equitable access is a big part of what we do. Whether it is British Sign Language for those who are hard of hearing, or the creation of an audio book for a person with a visual impairment, we offer a one stop solution to ensure you meet the communication and support needs of disabled people.
We are able to offer a complete range of non-spoken communication services for people who have a hearing impairment:
Braille documentation can offer a person with visual impairment, independence and access to essential information.
Word360 can convert your documents into Braille text in line with the Equality Act (2010) and the Disability Discrimination Act (2005) These are often abbreviated to EA and DDA.
We work with experienced Braille readers to convert and proofread your documents ensuring they meet ISO:9001 Quality assurance standards.
Under the Accessible Information Standard, organisations are required to offer documents that are easier to understand for people with learning disabilities.
Creating Easy Read documents is a specialist service whereby information can be re-created using pictures and easy words. Word360 have a specialist team that create such documents for organisations including the NHS.
When we create Easy Read documents, we will ensure that: