Take the assistive technology survey 2016

The UK Government is currently conducting the 2016 assistive technology survey. The survey is open until the end of June and is looking at what assistive technology people use to access the Gov.UK website.

Gov.UK is the main source of information about government services and useful information about issues such as benefits, registering to vote and information on parenting and childcare.

Assistive technology software allows access to computers, tablets and smartphones for people who cannot otherwise read and navigate the information on-screen. The survey is seeking to find out what devices you have, what assistive technology you use, and the type of web browser you go online with.

With many government services moving online, it’s really important that we take this opportunity to tell them about the types of equipment deafblind people use
to access vital services.

You can complete the survey by clicking here:

Author: Steven Morris

Policy and Campaigns Officer at Sense

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