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We've interviewed accessibility experts on what they think about the latest in technology, what drives them to make a difference – and their views on life, the universe and everything.

Pioneering use of wearables helps blind people see

Living with blindness or visual impairment can make the world a very limited place. Whether in or out of home, getting around and doing everyday things may no longer seem possible.

Wayfindr revolutionises travel for blind people

Wayfindr beat off stiff competition to take home the coveted AbilityNet Accessibility Award.

Child engineer scoops top award for asthma monitor

Multi-talented nine-year-old Arnav Sharma has swept the board at this year's prestigious Tech4Good Awards.

One man's mission for autism

Tom talks about autism and why he became a fundraiser in an extreme way for children with autism back in 2013.

DysAdvantage: Empowering dyslexics

Kyle Ram started a crusade to raise a positive message about being dyslexic.

The first NHS hearing aid

Research carried out by Coreen McGuire and Sean McNally at the University of Leeds.

Think Jessica

Marilyn Baldwin OBE, CEO of Think Jessica says: "Scammers are ruthless and very calculating."

Barnsley Deaf Day

Rachel Barden, technical officer at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

PDF accessibility

Ted Page, director of PWS web editorial services

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