The problem with writing a blog like this is that I am somewhat limited to what I’m able to use, or what I’ve experienced. Because my post about accessibility and distance felt incomplete, here are links to round it out a little bit. I also want to talk more about education and training, but that’s a whole other post’s worth. So, I link to things about which I know little or nothing:
Web accessibility for cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties addresses some of the barriers and solutions for browsing with a cognitive disability. John Rochford’s Clear Helper site is an excellent resource as well.
Screen Reader Central is full of news and reviews of screen readers and accessibility. Views from a screen reader user is a developer’s impression of accessibility issues, as told to him by an experienced user. Fortunately, he and his readers realized that one size doesn’t fit all.