IBM Accessibility focuses on technology solutions to address the issues associated with disability, aging, and low literacy. An integral part of IBM Research, IBM Accessibility is a worldwide organization that works with governments, collaborates with partners, and delivers solutions to clients around the globe. To learn more, check out our website.
Vision-Aid, a nonprofit serving the visually disadvantaged in under-served regions and a Harvard Pilgrim HealthCare Count Us in Community Partner (2017-18) is proud to sponsor the Boston Accessibility Conference. Vision-Aid’s mission is to enable the visually disadvantaged to live with independence and dignity. Programs include: Skills Training including Computer Education, Spoken English, Programming; Innovation in low cost Assistive Devices, and Technology and Advocacy for the visually impaired.
Perkins Solutions, a division of the nonprofit Perkins School for the Blind, takes an innovative approach to solving the challenges of visual impairment. Whether it’s our Perkins Access team assessing and improving digital accessibility or our mobile app BlindWays empowering those who are visually impaired to travel independently, we believe in the power of technology to expand opportunity and access for people who are blind or have low vision.
Deque Systems is a leading provider of web and mobile accessibility software and services.
Our mission is digital equality, and the Deque team consists of leaders and innovators in accessibility and testing tools development. We strive to provide practical accessibility solutions that reflect real-world development environments, and we work with a broad range of clients to not only fix their inaccessible content but to integrate accessibility into their existing design and development processes through the use of automation and training.
Not sure about your site’s accessibility? Check it with aXe: www.deque.com/aXe
MABVI’s mission is to work with individuals with vision loss to eliminate barriers and create opportunities. Our experience allows us to forge strong community partnerships so that we can meet the pressing need for high quality services and programs for adults with vision loss in Massachusetts, and transform lives.
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INDEX provides information to the public about doctors, dentists, programs, and services for people with disabilities in Massachusetts (See DisabilityInfo.org); offers technical assistance for navigating autism insurance coverage (See our Autism Insurance Resource Center); and develops accessible websites and online courses. See INDEX Technical Services.
Interactive Accessibility are accessibility experts specializing in accessibility for websites, web applications, documents and mobile applications. They provide customized solutions to meet all your accessibility needs including Section 508/WCAG 2.0 audits, accessibility strategy, development, PDF accessibility, training, help desk support, and monitoring services. For more information, please see Interactive Accessibility services.