Making Access Happen
Takes more than good intentions
From Policy to Practice
From Research to Procurement
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Accessible Technology and Accessible Content, together they start the journey towards inclusion
Without awareness and information accessibility may never be achieved
Creating Accessible Digital content requires an understanding of techniques. Recognizing that the users of your content are all different is an important first step
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Director and former CEO of Mada the Qatar Assistive Technology Center.
Mike has been the field of Assistive Technology for over 25 years and his experience revolves around a vast array of accommodations for persons with disabilities and their family/support members
Nabil brings a record of accomplishment and experience in IICT accessibility and Assistive Technology solutions in the Middle East and North Africa. with over 22 years of research experience
Clay’s 40-year career in special education has included: work as a paraprofessional and teacher for students with emotional and behavioral disorders in the United States; doctoral studies at the University of Virginia; a 1997 Fulbright Scholar Award in Norway; Support for state initiatives in the preparation and retention of special education personnel and leading the M.Ed in Special Education at Qatar University.
Steve works to develop Open Access Technology as the effective application of open development techniques to Assistive Technology and accessibility. He seeks to apply the benefits open source development techniques to enable everyone with an interest to collaborate on creating new and useful inclusive technologies.
Having worked in the disability employment sector for nearly 30 years, Howard has an in-depth knowledge of the Assistive Technology market. As a consultant he is passionate about providing the right tools for those in work who struggle with their condition. Howard assesses and delivers solutions for Visual & Hearing Impairment, Dyslexia and Mobility.