EASiTEC - Easy Access Solutions for Inclusion, Technology, Education and Communication - has been set up as a non-profit making social enterprise company limited by guarantee with the following objectives:
To enhance public understanding of the social and technological needs of people, young and old, who have disabilities in the UK, with a view to global expansion.
To advance first class training, product awareness, and access to technology for all people with a variety of disabilities, by working with individuals, charities, local authorities, educational establishments, training agencies, mainstream commercial companies and others.
To enable people with disabilities to choose technology according to their personal needs, whether it is in an educational, home or work environment.
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A presentation by Dr Luis Pereira about Digital Literacy, entitled "Literacy in the Digital Age: a key point to prepare our children for the future."
Engaging students with special needs in the creative arts is the aim of the new charity Decibels. At the helm, Ken Carter has been instrumental in forging links with a unique degree course at the University of Reading. An excerpt from BATOD Magazine - March 2013.
A speech by Dr Vinton Cerf at the Stationers Hall, London
How can technology be used to support deaf children's education? Ken Carter takes us on a lifetime's voyage of technological discovery. Originally published in SEN magazine.
To celebrate TAG’s 21st anniversary, Ken Carter recalls the exciting beginings of deaf telecoms from 1970s teletypes to 1980s email.
An Excerpt from the Henley Standard from Friday, November 22nd 2013 about Dr Vinton Cerf - vice president of Google and inventor of the internet - becoming the honorary president of a charity founded by our own Ken Carter