Re: {Disarmed} Re: FW: September 16 Webinar: Building Accessibility to Address Cognitive Impairments

Good luck with it all.  Thinking of you.

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On 15 Sep 2015, at 17:58, Steve Lee <<>> wrote:

I hope it goes well and you get a good turnout
I have been tweeting about it as myself and AAATE_net

Steve Lee

On 9 September 2015 at 14:00, Rochford, John <<>> wrote:
Hi Lisa and Rich,

I am so glad that you both are presenting this webinar to the International Association of Accessibility Professionals. Thank you!


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[IAAP International Association of Accessibility Professionals]

IAAP September Webinar:
Building Accessibility to Address Cognitive Impairments

IAAP’s upcoming webinar on Wednesday, September 16 will provide you with more information on the work of the Cognitive and Learning Accessibility Task Force to date, how they are looking to align the work with ongoing W3C efforts and the business opportunities that will arise from addressing this broader set of users. Read on to learn more about our upcoming September webinar and secure your registration<>.

Building Accessibility to Address Cognitive Impairments

Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Eastern (UTC – 4 hours)
Speakers: Lisa Seeman, Facilitator for WCAG's Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force, WAI/W3C and Co-Founder of Athena ICT; Rich Schwerdtfeger, CTO, Accessibility, IBM Software
Target Audience: Accessibility Professionals, Policymakers
Fees:  Member*: $59; Non-Member: $119
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Overview: Cognitive and learning disabilities are among the least understood by the accessibility professional community but may in fact represent the greatest opportunities for businesses when you consider the growing aging market worldwide. The Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force’s aim is to improve web accessibility for people with cognitive and learning disabilities. Its work includes:

  *   Creating a roadmap exploring how to make web content more accessible and usable by different people and groups of people with cognitive and learning disabilities;
  *   The review and development of techniques and identifying how they can be improved;
  *   The development of engineering approaches and authoring strategies; and
  *   Identifying W3C efforts needed to fill gaps from content, browser support and authoring practices, as well as education and outreach.
The goal is to help authors make their content usable by as many people as possible, such as people with learning disabilities, memory impairments (as with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s) and language disabilities.

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  *   “This was a great value for the price.”
  *   “This speaker always gives excellent presentations - this was no exception! Great webinar!”
  *   "All the webinars have been good. This one was very well done."
  *   "Thank you for putting this webinar on IAAP!"
  *   "Very informative session."

Webinar Format
The webinars will be hosted in the Adobe Connect webinar platform, which is accessible with a variety of browsers. Captioning will be provided. For additional details about Adobe Connect accessibility, go to this Adobe Connect Accessibility Features page<>.

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