The Covid-19 epidemic has seen the need for quick adaptations and innovation. We've seen great solutions from all over the world to address and we're impressed with efforts to aid people with disability and the elderly through this crisis particularly.
Centre for Inclusive Design's part to play has been two-fold.
Firstly, for our clients we have adapted the delivery of our solutions in light of the Covid-19 situation and social distancing measures.
We now have the ability to deliver our traditionally face to face offerings like training and usability testing through online means.
This has allowed us to continue working to embed Inclusive Design into business solutions.
We have also been committed to advocating for edge communities through the crisis. There is a great need to safeguard the Australian communities we serve who have different needs including the elderly, people living with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, people living with poor mental and physical health, and people living in regional and rural areas.
We produced a COVID-19 Practical Guide as a specific response to the virus epidemic. We've included our latest free resource on Easy and Plain English here too as accessible language is crucial in a crisis. You may also find the crisis communication article originally written in response to the Australian Bushfire Crisis helpful.
EthnoLink Language Services, an Australian translation service company, also has COVID-19 translated resources in 71 languages available.
If we can do anything to help your business through this crisis please don't hesitate to reach out. We are ready to work with you through this.