The Internet has become available to almost every person in the world, but people with certain disabilities will invariably find it hard to enjoy online content due to a variety of issues. The needs of people with visual, cognitive, motor or hearing difficulties are all too often overlooked in the creation and management of websites, so what can be done to truly make the World Wide Web accessible for us all? This infographic hopes to find some answers.
I'm a barrister, advocate & sufferer of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).
I am also a bilateral (double) above knee amputee due to aggressive symptoms of CRPS.
However I want to help all those affected by this devastating condition which includes those living with CRPS, their loved ones, families, carers and friends.
Please help spread awareness of this debilitating and life-changing condition - CRPS. We need your support!
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