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Using Audio for Accessibility

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How can your organization or business reach someone who is blind but may not be braille literate? Many Americans who lose their vision don’t learn braille. How do you communicate to the large demographic of aging Americans that may be losing vision if you can’t rely on print?

Say hello to accessible audio! Audio is equal accessibility for people who are blind, physically handicapped, and sighted. Do you have training materials, official documents, or video you need to make accessible? The APH Talking Book Studio has been recording professional quality audio since 1938! Our team of talented voice professionals, skilled researchers, and audio technicians work to make everything we produce accurate and polished. We can narrate books, instructions manual, or do descriptive audio captioning for videos.

The time to be inclusive with in the work place is now. Reach more people by making accessible audio part of your organizations resources. If you don’t know where to start when it comes to making your business accessible look no further. APH has been doing accessibility for over 160 years; we can do accessibility for you. Get a quote!

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