Benetech, UCLA WORLD Policy Analysis Center, and Professor Michael Stein have joined forces with the Ford Foundation to ensure people with disabilities can access information on their rights to education and employment. Benetech will also design a software platform in order to document violations of these rights as part of this important project. Benetech believes […]
“Benetech is passionate about the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of life, including decent work and financial independence. We are excited to be a part of the DFID UK Aid Connect program, in partnership with Sightsavers and Leonard Cheshire, to design and build inclusive software solutions that amplify individual voices through data and stories. More than 1 billion people worldwide […]
Today, at the 31st Annual CSUN Conference in San Diego, Benetech is excited to announce the launch of two major efforts in the areas of literacy and disabilities: RNIB Bookshare and the Book Industry Study Group’s Quick Start Guide to Accessible Publishing.
Assistive technology — whether it’s a mobile app or a modified wheelchair — can transform the lives of people with disabilities. The latest in the field of assistive technology will be the focus of the world’s largest gathering of people who develop or use assistive technology, taking place at the 31st Annual International Technology and […]
Have you ever heard of the term Impact Sourcing? Basically, it’s when a company will outsource certain jobs or tasks in a way that makes a positive impact on society. Impact Sourcing especially benefits people who are disadvantaged, like those who live in an area with severely low employment or people with disabilities. At Benetech, […]