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Re: [BCAB] AN EXAMPLE OF NOT THINKING ACCESSIBILITY THROUGH Tony 07 Sep 2011 11:12 BST

Hello
While knowing nothing about the test, would it be possible to do by feel?
Are the 3 window areas raised? In that case a solution might be to use
polythene gloves. These should be supplied with the Braille/audio
directions. I think the principle here is that if something is inaccessible
we need to ensure that providing a solution costs the person who provided
the inaccessible original money. Sadly, learning seems to only come through
pain.

Regards
Tony

Tony Dart

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> Hi Steve,
>
> Yes, I agree entirely. There seems to be a view that so long as the
> instructions are available, then that's it and the listening stops there.
>
> Well, I made an issue of this up here and got the district nurse to help.
>
> Yes, I had the indignity of performing into a disposable bed pan and
> offering the result to the nurse who then did the job.
>
> By no means an ideal solution but I at least took part in the trial.
>
> I took the line that we have as much right as everyone else to take part
> in the screening, we start at 50 up here, so they'd better get their
> thinking caps on before a discrimination campaign got underway.
>
> Sadly, my partner, who's now 50, received an identical kit, so progress is
> slow! Fortunately she has enough sight to manage it herself.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Terry
>
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