Try a symbol-based web browser for free

A comment to my blog about web accessibility for people with autism and other disabilities offered a 30-day trial of Webwide. I wanted to let you know about this offer, in case you missed the comment.

If any readers are interested, you can try Webwide for free for 30 days by sending an email to trialwebwide@widgit.com.

Please include your name, address, phone number, email address, and organization.

I have tried Webwide myself and know individuals with autism who are able to interpret and understand information more successfully using the symbol supports and added visual cues Webwide provides. It’s a fantastic tool — check it out!


 

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  1. Patricia Wright Says:

    Disabled Chat,
    Thanks for taking the time to post. I have a sister-in-law with Bells Palsy. She acquired it during pregnancy which I understand is quite common. Thanks for reading our blog and sharing some positive feedback.


  2. Beth Finke Says:

    Dear Disabled Chat,
    Thank you so much for the compliment to our Easter Seals autism blog — great to hear from you, and hope you will continue to leave comments, always nice — and helpful! — to hear from readers.


  3. Disabled Chat Says:

    I have Bell’s Palsy and enjoy your blog very much. First time I’ve commented, but have been reading here and there.
    Great blog. I enjoy reading it every chance I get and value your opinions!


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