The new Inclusive Communication Toolkit provides guidance on how to ensure that disAbled customers and colleagues are included in communications. The Toolkit, courtesy of the Business Disability Forum, includes practical resources which offer tips and advice on making information more inclusive and accessible, in your day-to-day work.
The Toolkit covers a range of topics, including:
- How to make sure your communications are accessible to everyone
- How to make sure your information is easy to understand
- How to make sure your information is available in different formats
- How to make sure your information is accessible online
The Toolkit also includes a range of practical resources, which you can use in your day-to-day work. This section also provides more detailed advice for communication professionals on how to create and communicate an inclusion communication strategy throughout their organization.
The best practice section includes blogs, videos, and examples from organizations that use clear and easily accessible communications.
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Diane Lightfoot, CEO, Business Disability Forum (Chair)
Jacob Spargo-Mabbs, Technical Writer and Content Creator, Business Disability Forum
Liam Pooley, Advice Service Manager, Business Disability Forum
Sarah Bartlett, Writer, Business Disability Forum
Hector Minto, Senior Accessibility Evangelist, Microsoft
Tracey Lenthall, HR Director for Deals, PwC
Catherine Grinyer, Big Voice Communications
Got More Resources for Inclusive Communications
- Get the Inclusive Communications Toolkit
- National Center on Disability and Journalism’s (NCDJ) disability language style guide
- Writing for Accessibility by MailChimp
- respectability webinars for more on inclusive communications
- Short video - 5 tips for inclusive communication