Grammar-guided writing for AAC users
"Article describes the use of software called Grammar-Guided Writing (GGW) to guide augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) users through creation of sentences in e-mail construction."
Enabling Resource Selection Based on Written English and Intellectual Competencies
"The problem of accessibility to English texts is significant simply because of the number of people involved. The problems for second language English readers are similar to those for many dyslexic first language readers. We propose a descriptive model that supports adaptability of texts for the benefit of such people based on FRBR and AccessForAll standards."
The Verneri chat – The real time communication service for people with intellectual or developmental disability: From Usability towards user participation
"... commissioned by The Finnish Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities" "The easy-to-use chat is aimed at persons who can read and write but have intellectual and developmental disabilities." Written in Finnish. ( Referring source = http://www.webaim.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=108 ) ( Author = http://fi.linkedin.com/in/soile )
Curb Cut » Icons, Symbols and Cognitive Disabilities
Describes "... project/ideas that are exploring the use of symbols ...".
Accessible Website Content Guidelines for Users with Intellectual Disabilities
"... investigated whether the easy-to-read website was indeed better accessible and usable for the participants with intellectual disabilities ...".
WebAIM: Writing Clearly and Simply
"... the suggestions ..." "... benefit writers of web content ..." and "... serve as general guidelines for writing clear and simple English ...".
Cognitive Web Accessibility: Readability 2007
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