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Our ICT is accessible and usable by disabled people and we also make adjustments for individuals.

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This guide will provide you with some in-depth questions that you could use if you are looking to focus at specific areas within our Accessibility Maturity Model

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Accessibility describes the degree to which a product, device, or service is available to as many people as possible; encompassing people with a broad range of abilities and impairments.  This guide reviews the major accessibility standards so that readers can decide which are relevant to their organisation’s needs. 

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Accessibility describes the degree to which a product, device, or service is available to as many people as possible; encompassing people with a broad range of abilities and impairments.This document provides a brief overview of information technology Accessibility Standards so that readers can decide which are relevant to their organisation’s needs. 

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A guide to the different options available for accessibility testing and whether automated tools are as accurate as manual testing.

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This Technology Taskfroce guide sets out the basic requirements of accessibilty training for anyone working in an IT role.

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A series of short videos from Barclays and Microsoft about making services accessible to customers and clients.

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We will establish our performance baseline using the Business Disability Forum's Accessibility Maturity Model. We will work to practical, easy to communicate accessibility requirements based on existing formal standards and will consistently go beyond minimum compliance to bring greater benefits to our business. 

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We will routinely consult with disabled employees, customers and experts to ensure that we understand the impact of our technology on: talent management, employee productivity and our diverse customer base. 

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We will continuously improve our accessibility: we will document what works and share our learning with the Technology Taskforce.

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We will give our relevant ICT people the ‘disability know-how’ needed to deliver effective business processes and reasonable adjustments for disabled colleagues and customers.

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We will appoint an executive level ICT Access Champion who will report to the board, raise awareness of the benefits of this agenda and ensure that we achieve continuous improvement in this area. 

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We will ensure that employees understand how technology can liberate the contribution of everyone, including disabled people, as colleagues and as customers. 

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We will promote a development lifecycle for our ICT solutions that is based on inclusive design from definition to delivery, to minimise the cost and reputation risk triggered by retrofitting products and systems. 

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We will allow reasonable personalisation of technology by our employees and customers in order to meet their own accessibility requirements. Technologies that individuals interact with include display, keyboard and mouse, phones and self service facilities. 

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We will require, help and encourage our ICT supply partners to develop and deliver accessible products and services. We will formally consider accessibility in all our procurement decisions. We will purchase solutions which are as accessible as possible. 

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We will embed and promote a reasonable adjustment process that provides speedy and usable ICT solutions for disabled colleagues and customers. 

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Many people with disabilities or impairments benefit from the use of assistive technology (AT) in the workplace. This Technology Taskforce looks at the different types of AT and helps you to make a choice you have different options of similar software. 

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This document will help a manager make an evidence-based decision about whether or not a workplace adjustment is ‘reasonable’. 

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Neil Milliken shares how Atos have been using the Technology Taskforce’s Accessibility Maturity Model (AMM) on a global level. 

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Barclays are the first bank to offer live British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter
services in over 1,400 branches nationwide.

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