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              • Creating a more accessible world for deaf children in Ireland

                Sound Advice supports Inclusive Education for deaf children while empowering parents to develop their child’s full potential. The measures include public relations, training and counselling, but also reading promotion and mentoring. One success was that newborns in Ireland are entitled to digital hearing aids.
                Sound Advice, Ireland

              • Ablethrive user surfing the website.

                Creating a Community of People with Paralysis

                AbleThrive has created a website that provides a wealth of information for people with paralysis and their families. Additionally, the organization host events and campaigns. From 2015 to 2018, AbleThrive has built a network of more than 240 partner organizations worldwide called AbleThrive allies to foster collaboration.
                Ablethrive, United States of America

              • English skills for persons with learning difficulties

                The GNW-SupEFL online portal assists persons with specific learning difficulties in acquiring critical language skills in English. People with learning disabilities from six countries and EFL language teachers contribute to the design of the courses. The portal is available free of charge to people with special learning difficulties.
                GNW - Gauges North West, Hungary

              • A man sits at a desk with two computer screens in front of him. He is communicating in sign language. On the screen, a sign language interpreter is visible via a video link.

                Remote sign language interpretation and transcription for professional users

                Tadeo offers automatic instant transcription and video sign language on demand. The service is offered by subscription, and users are guaranteed immediate availability. As of 2020, Tadeo has over 100 employees providing services to nearly 400 private companies and public authorities throughout France.
                Delta Process - Tadeo, Tadeo, France

              • An app reviewing the accessibility of locations by user’s “yes” and “no”

                Access Earth discovered that a simple yes or no answer provides much more clarity than an elaborate three-star rating. One of the main focuses of the website and the app is to create an element of ease in the rating process. This allows users to make a quick, yet valuable, rating of a venue with the option to add any comments.
                Access Earth, Ireland

              • A screenshot of the map indicating accessbility features of the buildings.

                The playful way to create accessibility maps

                The free app features a gamification element called "AXS Mapathons," whereby teams compete against each other in real time while rating venues in their community on their accessibility. Google supports AXS Map through their annual volunteer programme, Google Serve. By mid of 2017, ASX Map had 100,000 users in 200 cities.
                AXS Map, United States of America

              • Several children with visual impairments using the phone application on a trip.

                Audio descriptions-app making movies accessible for the blind

                My Dream Companion was developed by visually impaired YGA graduates and Turkcell, a mobile phone operator. The cost-free app provides audio descriptions of movies without requiring any other equipment or software. From 2015 to 2017 approximately 180,000 persons have benefitted from the app.
                YGA - Young Guru Academy, My Dream Companion, Turkey

              • Accessible websites created ‘automatically’

                To offer solutions that are effective and efficient in terms of both time and cost, User1st has created a way for designers of webpages to make them barrier-free without the need to change existing databases. This is done by adding a single line of code, allowing the User1st Editor to then detect, fixe, and monitor a website.
                User1st, Israel

              • A man sits on a chair next to a boy who is standing. Both are looking at the screen of a tablet in front of them. The boy is touching the screen.

                Teaching sign language with videos, Artificial Intelligence, and gamification

                SignLab uses video, Artificial Intelligence, and gamification to teach sign languages more effectively and affordably. The online and offline platform has quadrupled the number of people learning Norwegian sign language since 2018, and it will introduce Chinese, Indonesian, and Indian sign languages by 2022.
                SignLab AS, SignLab - Toleio, Norway

              • A grey haired man holds up a mobile phone and makes a gesture with his hands. In the background is a shop assistant watching the scene.

                Business service offering video-based live interpretation in sign and other languages

                Vi-Sor links users with interpreters for real-time conversations in different languages, including sign language, and can be accessed in several ways depending on the situation. As of 2020, Vi-Sor is active in more than 1,100 offices offering a range of services and has supported more than 50,000 conversations.
                Red Apis, Vi-Sor, Chile