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Pia MD becomes new Vice Chair at Chwarae Teg

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Local leader shortlisted for national leadership awards

Sharon Williams, Managing Director at Pia has been named a finalist in this year’s Leading Wales Awards. Full story

UKAAF Conference: ‘Accessibility is Good Usability’

Congratulations to UKAAF for hosting a brilliant conference on 12th June 2019. The theme for the day was the relatively recent EU directive that requires all public sector websites to be accessible. And the line-up included a great range of speakers. Full story

Has a rush to hold UK European Parliament elections disadvantaged blind voters?

The author, Jeff Mills is Founder at GrackleDocs, a pioneering software company building Add-Ons and applications for Google Apps for Work including Grackle Talks for Accessibility. He is also a Trustee and Board Member of UKAAF. Full story


Which Accessible Format Should You Choose?

There are many accessible formats which can be produced, including braille, large print, Easy Read, audio files (audiotape, digital audio files, for example MP3 format, CD), DAISY and accessible electronic formats. Full story

A Week in the Life of Pia

A diary of work experience at Pia Full story

The Importance of Visual Impairment Awareness Training

Over two million people in the UK have a visual impairment, and employment opportunities for this huge cohort are still woefully inadequate. For many people with disabilities however, finding employment that matches their skills and experience is often not the end of discriminatory employment practice, but the beginning. Full story

Pia reaches Achieving Level of Chwarae Teg’s Exemplar Employer Award

Improved Working Relations during a complete company restructure. Full story

Do Your Accessible Formats Have Style?

Many people who create documents using word processor software have long been aware of the benefits of using styles to format their documents. Full story

Visual Impairment Workplace Risk Assessment

For blind and partially sighted people at work, a risk assessment can make a difference in your approach to work and job satisfaction. Full story

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