Alternate Formats

Alternative Accessibility Formats

Alternative formats include but are not limited to large print, Braille, recorded audio, closed captioning, and electronic formats. If a person cannot read, hear, or access your information in an existing format, you may have to produce an “alternative format”. The key is to know how and when to have alternative formats created. Furthermore, we can show you how to build accessibility into your materials and information on a regular basis so that alternatives are needed less often?

Like everything else you do to improve accessibility for people with disabilities, the benefits are usually enjoyed by people with all abilities.

People Access will help you develop a strategy and a process for identifying content that must be accessible and creating alternative formats.