Making the Internet accessible for people with cognitive and communication Impairments
"This paper provides an overview of the work of the European Union (EU) World Wide Augmentative and Alternative Communication (WWAAC) project, which aims to make the electronic highway more accessible to people with cognitive and communication impairments, in particular those persons using symbols instead of text to communicate."
Web Usability - An Accessibility Frontier: Cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties
"The aim of this paper is to offer some ideas on how websites might more effectively meet the needs of people with cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties."
WebAIM: Cognitive Disabilities Part 1 - We Still Know Too Little, and We Do Even Less
Includes "Recommendations for Making Web Content Accessible to People with Cognitive Disabilities" and references.
Cognitive Web Accessibility: Guidelines 2004
Published in 2004, these resources are original studies and Web articles.
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