Cognitive Web Accessibility: Web Sites Designed for People with Intellectual Disabilities

These Web sites, sorted by country, intend to be accessible to people with intellectual disabilities. (View a larger list for people with cognitive disabilities.)


These Web sites of organizations that serve people with intellectual disabilities comprise the vast majority found that include cognitive-accessibility features. They make an apparent effort to be accessible to their constituencies. Most are in England. Note: In The United Kingdom, "intellectual disabilities" are also referred to as "Learning Disabilities" or "Learning Difficulties".

Common accessibility features of these sites include a default-large text size; text-size enlargers; plain language; text-to-speech; contextually-relevant images; and graphics or icons paired with text.

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