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ENTELIS+ Testimonies of Persons with disabilities about accessibility in everyday life

ENTELIS+ animation videos understanding the use of accessibility and Assistive Technology and its meaning for users with disabilities 

Accessibility and assistive technology as well as accessible computers and other information and communication devices and technologies support people with disabilities in their daily life. ENTELIS+ project partner Johannes Kepler University Linz produced the following animation videos to support the development of the ENTELIS+ digital accessibility training modules. The videos are produced with closed captioning and international sign languages to make them accessible to the project target audience. 

Blind and Partially Sighted Persons: Efficient use of an audio voice assistant in public transport

People with motor and manipulation disability: Efficient use of Assistive Technologies in daily life

ENTELIS+ Video testimonies of Persons with disabilities about use of assistive technology and accessibility in everyday life

ENTELIS+ partners AIAS Bologna onlus (Italy), ATEMPO (Austria), Saint John of God Community Services clg.(Ireland), Vocational Training Center MARGARITA (Greece), and FUNKA Nu AB (Sweden) release video testimonies of Persons with disabilities about the use of assistive technology and accessibility in everyday life. The aim of the videos is to enrich the co-creation ENTELIS+ training models and their pilot testing in four partner countries including Italy, Greece, Austria and Ireland and a wider dissemination of the awareness raising campaign #RightToConnectNow. 

In these videos people with different types of disabilities shared their views on the barriers, enablers, and opportunities they have experienced with assistive technologies, accessibility and the advancement of the digitalisation around them. The videos are available in 4 national languages (English, Greek, Italian and German) with International Sign Language (ISL) and closed captions.

In Ireland

In Greece

In German

In Italy

In Sweden


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