In this video series, we speak to the incredible NCBI staff in the many departments that make up our head office on Whitworth road. JP This week the spotlight is on NCBI’s IT and technology department! Here is JP to tell you more about how NCBI can help service users get the most out of …Read More about Ever wondered what kind of staff work at NCBI?
Time to use Social Media to strengthen the voices of the community of individuals with disabilities? This session will provide strategies to assure that your message is accessible and relevant to the community of persons with disabilities. Social Media is providing a huge opportunity for our community including recruiting, employment, advocacy, education and human rights …Read More about Social Media, Accessibility and Disability Inclusion
Access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for people with disabilities, still remains limited around the globe, according to a report jointly written by the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICT (G3ict) and Disabled People’s International (DPI). Due to be released next month, The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) Progress Report on ICT Accessibility, …Read More about Slow global progress on accessible ICTs
Crystal clear screen magnification, that’s perfect for education, employment or at home. Enlarge and enhance text and images up to 64 times! Crystal clear magnified text, even at the highest levels of magnification Zoom in to see the detail, or zoom out for an overview Huge choice of high contrast mouse pointers & text cursors …Read More about New Dolphin Supernova
Disable Inequality Election Campaign With General Election 2016 fast approaching, now is the time for people with disabilities and their families to get active on issues that affect them. Ireland needs to vote to end discrimination for people with disability. As members of the Disability Federation of Ireland, NCBI is encouraging all those who use our services, families, friends, …Read More about Disable Inequality Election Campaign