New Website Advises Organizations On Accessibility For Deaf And Disabled People

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‘Hands On Access’, a specialist consultancy that advises on accessibility issues, has launched a website (http://www.handsonaccess.com) advising organizations on the steps required to make their operation accessible to Deaf and Disabled People.

Hands On Access advises employers and works with them to make their organization accessible to Deaf and Disabled people. Hands On Access takes the complexity out of accessibility matters, by providing simple, effective, solutions, across all aspects of an operation.

Through the website, Hands On Access offers a unique team of qualified specialists, who can advise on accessibility issues in staff training, accessible websites, people management and building access, to name a few. The consultancy works across the UK, offering a tailored approach to meet the individual needs of different businesses and services.

“Hands On Access has launched this website to explain exactly what we can do to benefit different organizations”, explains Director Jonathan Gibbons. “We have a highly qualified team of specialists able to determine areas of concern and implement the specific changes required to make an organization fully accessible to Deaf and Disabled people.”

The team of consultants at Hands On Access includes architects, solicitors, video production crew, website designers, multimedia designers, sign language interpreters and more, offering real expertise, which is passed on direct to the organizations they work with.

For more information, visit http://www.handsonaccess.com

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