Alternative formats open up a world of possibilities for people who can't access standard text. Learn about who can benefit from alternatives to printed materials. Not only is it the right thing to do, providing alternative formats for people with disabilities is a civil rights issue. You'll learn about large print, high contrast, Braille, audio formats and digital content alternatives to standard printed material.
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