For the visual learners in life
Here are a couple of videos to get you thinking about how you view accessibility and what you might do about changing your own attitude and how the business serves its disabled clients.
You might want to do this learning by yourself or with colleagues.
Learning sometimes makes us confront things in ourself we don't like or mistakes we have been making, but it is the only way to become a butterfly.
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” Maya Angelou.
The social model of disability
If you have done the Hāpai Access Card induction training you will have viewed a video already on the social model of disability. This three minute video is from a different perspective and will deepen your understanding of the what it means to disabled people.
"Come that glorious day (when all barriers are removed) we would'nt be disabled people"
Laurence Clark, Comedian & Writer.
The visual experience of your business
This two minute video helps highlight the impact on some customers of having to live in a world where you need to rely on visual information.
How visually accessible is your business ?
It is not just blind low vision customers
Brain Fog, Visual Processing Disorder, Learning Difficulties ....I forgot my glasses!