Delivering inclusion: Mainstreaming sign language

Now’s the time for an inclusion revolution. CV19 means we’re all suffering from reduced ‘mobility’ – we can’t travel freely. So we’re reliant on digital platforms to support us to complete tasks online in a manner that meets our need. In other words – digital inclusion by another name. 

 

It’s Signly’s hope that this new, shared understanding of what it means to be accessible, inclusive means organisations will rapidly adapt to make their systems, content and processes, truly useable. 

 

For Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users, that means improving Equality of Life to then better Quality of Life – enabling access to online information in BSL.  

 

Listen to the story of how Lloyds Bank made its website one of the world’s most deaf friendly in just four months here

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