In the world of Accessibility, more specifically the world of WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) and AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) , there are now clear and straightforward techniques to ensure content is accessible for those with impairments.
This brings us to the topic of today’s blog post. Here at Organize That, we find the area of Digital Accessibility for people with cognitive and physical impairments, as well as ADHD very interesting, and there is a huge opportunity for more work, research and conversation in this area. We work with and support many individuals with ADHD and recognize that a large percentage of those affected by ADHD have a co-occurring condition. These frequently include learning disabilities and difficulties with reading or processing information.
Organize That has made it a mission to meet all web compliance standards that will allow any and all individuals – despite any type of barrier, disability or cognitive challenge – to access all information on our website. As a professional organizer, our team here at Organize That strives to support those with chronic disorganization, moving support services, organizational training and support and many more. Whether our clients have conditions or disabilities that prevent them from accessing information online or not, we are committed to ensuring that everyone can access our website at any time, without any barriers.
The Organize That website provides a distraction-free environment, an overall site design that is clear and straightforward for search functions that is user-friendly and easy to navigate, and options to select ADHD-friendly options on the site, along with the opportunity to select a seizure-safe profile, blind-users options, cognitive disability profile options, and many more – all to assist with focusing, provide minimal distractions, full usability experience and narrative options, if needed.
Let’s get started on helping you organize your life and your living space today!