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It is not fair to say that many of us do not care about accessibility. We believe that things should be accessible to everyone, but we may not even know something is not accessible, or that we can make a difference by being aware and following standards and guidelines in our work as well as in our daily life.
APH recently started its own journey toward creating a more accessible workplace. The first step was to create an Accessibility Committee to guide our efforts. This group of diverse employees is always looking at ways our co-workers and customers can access the same information. We are learning, creating, implementing and evolving throughout this journey.
As part of our growth, we think it is time for us to share information we have found useful. We will do this via a series of blog articles that will cover the following topics:
* Document accessibility
* Diversity and Inclusion
* Human interest stories
* Leaders in accessibility/Updates from the field
* Tools, resources and product reviews
Our hope is that these articles will inform you of accessibility issues and solutions, and in turn, inspire you to be mindful of accessibility in your daily life. Together we can create a more accessible world. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.