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Accessibility statement generator

Accessibility statement generator

The is an accessibility statement generator designed to provide clear and concise access information for events held within the University or elsewhere. Just fill in the information you have, hit generate and then copy the text produced (which you can edit in place) to wherever you need it. Having clear information is very important for an event to be as accessible as possible - if you don't know you can get into an event then you may just not bother trying, no event is truely accessible without the information to say that it is!

There are two versions that you can click through to use, we encourage you to use the standard version (the one displayed by default) but if you want to use a shorter version just click through, you can ignore the other comments and contact details boxes, though we do encourage you to have some contact details in case of questions somewhere on you material. If you'd like to use this generator on your own site then you are very welcome to, various versions are available on github.

Even these questions are not necassarilly complete in terms of providing comprehensive access information (for instance if a venue has ramps which are the two narrow ramps these are suitable only for manual wheelchairs not powerchairs and many wheelchair users prefer to avoid them regardless. Please think about other details you might want to add in the further comments section.

Comments and Bugs

If you have any comments, suggestions or bugs please email the Computing Officer(s). We would particularly be interested in knowing any ways in which the questions don't cover your access requirements or any bugs you've found (we are aware there are some issues in IE 8 or below and hope to fix these soon).

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Access to the venue:
Steps:
Facilities: Which of the following are available?
Film: Does this event include a video showing?
Access to venue:
Facilities:Which of the following are available (if relevant given e.g. a film showing)?

Designed and written by Rowan Thomas for CUSU Disabled Students' Campaign, available on github.