Research carried out for rnib scotland into the accessibility of health information for blind and partially sighted people accessible formats refers to the different ways that information is published so that it is accessible to blind and partially sighted people eg braille and audio health information. Rnib works to increase access to information for blind and partially sighted people this ranges from campaigning for more audio description on television cinemas and at sports venues to getting books bills and other written material available in accessible formats such as braille large print or audio. Guidelines for making your conference presentation accessible to blind and partially sighted people benefits presentations that are accessible to disabled people are inclusive to many more audiences as well including people who are not fluent in the language and people with different learning styles introduction. This new extension inverts browser colours to make webpages less glaringly bright and also benefits partially sighted users by increasing contrast free programme helps make web pages more accessible for blind and partially sighted people rnib see differently
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