Our Accessibility Services

Why engage JPC International?

We are strategic communications experts with a thorough understanding of how to make communication accessible to everyone. We have embraced the new legislation of the European Accessibility Act that will affect all companies, ultimately resulting in benefits for all.

Our team is our greatest assest:

We have extensive knowledge of accessibility and have completed highly regarded international courses on making communication accessible to people with disabilities, in particular those with sight and hearing loss.

We differentiate ourselves by having expert advisers on board who themselves live with disabilities. Their impressive trackrecords as board members in global consulting and at the European Blind Union, and their experience-based insights into accessibility hurdles and opportunities are of much value.

Our approach is practical and collaborative – it begins with listening to your needs and understanding your core business. We evaluate the accessibility of your business communications. Our services help you to prioritise and implement the required changes so that you become an accessible organisation of distinction.
This will strengthen your market position and reputation.

The scope of our services

We prioritise making all aspects of your business communication accessible to persons with sight and hearing loss and we take into account the essence of brevity and clarity for persons with neurological challenges. This is our core business.
An optional follow-on service would be our team’s expert assessment of your company’s physical accessibility features.

Assessment of the accessibility of your business communication, including:

  • Websites.
  • Presentations.
  • Advertising.
  • Webinars.
  • Online meetings.
  • Alt text, layout, easy language, captioning, audio description.

Advice and guidance, including:

  • Setting accessibility priorities based on the delivered assessment.
  • Standardising inclusive design in business operations for ongoing accessibility.
  • Training (options include soft training via knowledge updates and formal training).

Quality assurance, including:

  • Consistency in choices and compliance.
  • Effectiveness of implemented changes.
  • Checking that the principles of ‘design for all’ are in place.